Archive for October 2016

The Right Way to Ask About an MBA

The Right Way to Ask About an MBA – contributed by Tiffany Rowe As a recruiter, when you see those three amazing letters on your applicant’s resume, you might be tempted to hire that candidate then and there. An MBA is certainly an outstanding qualification for many jobs: It shows interest, perseverance, and stability, at…

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Job Description – Five Winning Rules to Follow

Do You Follow These Five Rules to Create a Winning Job Description? When you need to find a great candidate to fill a crucial position, the first step is to write a compelling job description. The question is – how? Job description best practices:  What are we here for? Too often, team leaders or hiring…

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Planning – Future Proof Your Recruiting Strategy

Planning – Future Proof Your Recruiting Strategy Start planning today for the workforce you need tomorrow. The long view is important in any industry.  We talked earlier about a report from the World Economic Forum (WEF) that discussed industries likely to be impacted for the better—and the worse—in the next three to five years. While…

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Graduate Certificates That Boost Your Business Resume

5 Graduate Certificates That Boost Your Business Resume Contributed by Tiffany Rowe You already know that returning to school could help you on your career path, but committing two (or more!) years of your life as well as thousands of dollars on tuition probably does not fit into your 10-year plan. Fortunately, there is a…

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Terminating Employees: When Retention is Not the Problem

When Retention is Not the Problem: Terminating Employees Not all hiring decisions are good ones.  Even though you have checks, balances, and interview protocols in place, sometimes a hire just does not work out.  When you need to separate from an employee, make sure you do it the right way. As former recruiters, we understand…

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