Behavioral interviewing, which came into fashion in the 1970s, has long been a trusted tool for hiring managers to use when selecting talent for the organization. By using questions that are structured in such a way so that the candidate can “Tell you about a time when…” and so forth, behavioral interviewing has given leaders […]
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Ten years after the disastrous financial crisis of 2007, we find ourselves back in a job seeker’s market where unemployment is at an all-time low and companies struggle to attract and retain the best candidates. As a business leader, you have so many things on your plate. Sifting through hundreds of resumes and interviewing dozens […]
With the Greatest Generation (or “Traditionalists”), Baby Boomers, Generations X and Y, Millennials, and Linksters (or “Generation Z”) all snuggled up together in the workplace, it’s bound to be anything but boring! For the first time in history, 6 different generations must come together in the workforce. Diversity is strength but with so many different […]
Taking on a supervisory role for the first time is exciting and overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Start off on the right path by taking these steps to ensure a smooth transition into your new role. Start Smart Not just at the beginning, but throughout your career, make it your mission to learn […]