Freelancers will provide the talent you need, at the price you can afford. Or, at least they will after you're sure of their talents and what they charge.
Employees with bad attitudes can cripple a company's culture.
If you can avoid these hiring delusions, you can set more realistic expectations and make more objective decisions.
Quality of hire represents what new hires bring to your company in terms of alignment with company values.
If your buddy is a loser, your boss will blame you. If your buddy is a star, you won't look so bright in comparison.
Internships are a big opportunity. Take the time to land where you will thrive.
Firing an employee is among the most unpleasant responsibilities of being boss, in part because their failure is also your failure.
New research from Tufts University, Stony Brook University and Facebook shows how social networking affects professional networking.
First off, don't be a pack animal at work: Don't hire people just like you.
Who you hire casts the foundation for your company's success, so make sure you're asking questions that reveal a candidate's emotional intelligence.
Make a list of what job-seekers may be looking for from your company. Then make darned sure you provide it.
Hire 'behaviors,' not just skills, experience and education.
What are you doing to nab that 'purple squirrel'?
Knowing that the biggest and most important decision you can make is hiring the right people means that all CEOs should be prioritizing their time to make the right hires.