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How to Use Emotional Intelligence to Conduct Solid Interviews

Filling a key vacancy at a company or organization is a high-stakes decision, often influencing how well a company or division will perform in achieving the organization’s goals and objectives. This is why interviewers should consider emotional intelligence in evaluating potential employees.

10 Tips to Find and Land Your Dream Job

Finding any job can be a daunting task in any competitive field. However, when you narrow your focus to landing your dream job, this process becomes…

3 Key Stages of a Successful Job Search

The new year inspires all of us to make changes in our lives. And, for many of us, this means a career move. A Monster.com survey…

Top 5 Job Skills to Look for in Candidates

Finding the right candidate for an open position often proves difficult and time consuming with employers interviewing about 20 percent of the average 118 applicants they…

Job Descriptions Are Critical to Your Business and Bottom Line

Accuracy is critical. Writing better job descriptions protects the employer in the event of a claim down the road. The life of a job description goes…

5 Interview Tips for the Hiring Process

Turnover costs companies between 10 to 30 percent of an employee’s annual salary. Spotting the best candidate before hiring the wrong one can be challenging for…

How to Spot Narcissistic Employees

Contrary to popular belief, narcissism isn’t necessarily a negative quality in the workplace. Like any other characteristic, it has its strengths and weaknesses. Narcissistic employees are…

Landing That First Job After College

More than 6 million people in the United States are out of work. That’s a lot of competition for any job seeker, but especially for unemployed…

Using Automated Recruiting to Improve the Hiring Process

Long gone are the days when actual recruiters are reading resumes, line by line. Instead, automated recruiting is taking over the initial screening of applicants, if…