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January 28, 2014

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What employers will be asking in interviews this year; Glassdoor compiles list of strange interview questions

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What employers will be asking in interviews this year; Glassdoor compiles list of strange interview questions

Here are the top HR news stories as selected by SmartBrief on Workforce readers last week.

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December 3, 2012

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In Case You Missed It

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In Case You Missed It

SmartBrief on Workforce is a daily e-newsletter for HR professionals, curating essential articles on finding the best talent, motivating top performers and increasing team productivity. Here are the top HR news stories as selected by SmartBrief on Workforce readers last week. Why don’t companies hire more military veterans? (Fistful of Talent) Dunkin’ looks for the sweet [...]

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October 2, 2012

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Has Social Recruiting Killed the Help Wanted Sign?

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Is the Help Wanted a complete waste of time when the rest of the world seems to be on the Internet tweeting jobs and posting video job ads? That little Help Wanted sign is just step one in the evolution that brought us all to the social recruiting conversation. We’ve moved from Help Wanted signs, [...]

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August 1, 2012

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6 Ways to Reduce Recruiting Costs for Your Company

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This guest post is by David Bakke, who runs an online reselling business and contributes tips and insights related to money management and small business on Money Crashers Personal Finance. Job numbers recently released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that hiring is on the rise in the United States in some sectors. However, [...]

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June 11, 2012

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In Case You Missed It

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SmartBrief on Workforce is a daily e-newsletter for HR professionals, curating essential articles on finding the best talent, motivating top performers and increasing team productivity. Here are the top HR news stories as selected by SmartBrief on Workforce readers last week. 5 secrets of “lucky” hiring managers (SourceCon) 9 emotional triggers that will light a fire [...]

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May 24, 2012

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Interview Tips: Why You Need to Pay Attention to Every Candidate

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When you’re interviewing a job candidate, you’re not just talking to a prospective employee, you’re making an impression on the public, says Jon Picoult, founder and principal of Watermark Consulting, who shares his interview tips in this video from the Monster Resource Center. People broadcast their experiences, so even if you don’t hire the candidate [...]

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May 18, 2012

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Monster 5 for Friday: Talent War Edition

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Are you able to recruit the employees your business needs to succeed? This week’s 5 for Friday rounds up some of our favorite links that address the driving forces behind the new war for talent. 5. In War for Talent, “Brogrammers” Will Be Losers. Gina Trapani: “The tech industry’s testosterone level can make the thickest-skinned [...]

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April 30, 2012

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In Case You Missed It

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In Case You Missed It

SmartBrief on Workforce is a daily e-newsletter for HR professionals, curating essential articles on finding the best talent, motivating top performers and increasing team productivity. Here are the top HR news stories as selected by SmartBrief on Workforce readers last week. 4 reasons companies make bad hires (Portfolio.com) 4 ways to become the company where everyone [...]

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April 2, 2012

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Bridge the Gaps Between Generations in the Workplace

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Bridge the Gaps Between Generations in the Workplace

In 1968, a blizzard dumped two feet of snow and six foot drifts on our small farm. After exiting our house through a second-story window, my father made his way to the barn where he discovered the shed door partly cleared away and open. Inside he found our elderly farm hand, Leo, feeding and watering [...]

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