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Do You Have A Map Of Your Skills?

With skills mapping, it is necessary to first distinguish between two types of competencies, each of which requires different treatment.


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Recruiting Through A Webinar

Gone are job fairs. Now, webinars allow companies to reach potential candidates in the comfort of their homes, and in real time. The practice is still uncommon, but some companies are successfully using webinars to attract and recruit talent. We shine the spotlight on an unconventional recruitment method.


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The Office Design Should Be A Priority For Human Resources

Why should your workspace design be a priority for HR professionals?


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A Professional Resume Written By A Professional

Finding a job requires knowing how to properly communicate your message. People are trained for it. Have you ever thought of paying someone to write your resume? Here are your options.


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Time To End The Impractical Employee Manuals

A boring succession of political and empty phrases about the mission of the company... The employee handbook should reflect the company’s culture and flavour as a way of enticing a new employee to want to be part of the organization. Here's how to do it.


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Companies take too long to hire

The “Time for recruitment” survey from Robert Half reveals what candidates expect and what makes them lose interest in a job: waiting.


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5 Ways of Improving Your Interviewing Skills

With the advent of big data within the hiring process, recruiters are now distinguishing themselves by their ability to gauge the character of an individual during an in-person meeting. Here are some tips for improving interview skills and finding that rare gem.


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The virtues of micromanagement

Micromanagement does not have to be as bad as we make it seem. It may even become a necessary tool in certain situations. Here are 4 examples.


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Before You Get Rid of Your Annual Evaluations, Read This

A new Australian study has shown that annual evaluations still hold value in the workplace and it would be unwise to get rid of them. Here are the study’s highlights.  


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How to Identify Employees with High Potential

When it comes time to invest in training or coaching an employee, what are the steps to identify those who have a high potential for development?  


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Two Reasons Why Meetings End With No Follow-Up

A host of decisions are made at meetings. Yet, we later discover that changes are still not being carried out. Why?


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Have You Considered Surveying Your Employees?

Sites like Surveymonkey.com allow employers to survey their employees to, among others, get a feel for their morale. What are the right questions to ask?


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