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Be Thankful: How To Show Your Employees Appreciation

It’s the season to give thanks for all things, especially your employees. Many employers overlook employee appreciation because they believe that in order to make an impact, employee appreciation has to be grandiose.  They think the only way their employees will feel appreciated is with a tropical vacation, cash bonus,

How to Decrease the Number of Candidates You Have to Screen

One of the best ways to cut down on the number of people you have to screen for a job is to be specific about what you want. In the job description, you can also require candidates to answer specific questions about how they would handle a specific situation on

Ever Consider Freelancing? Take a Look at the Pros and Cons

This year, Upwork , a popular platform for freelance workers, and the Freelancers Union conducted a study regarding the popularity of freelance work and how it is changing the workforce.  The findings of their study were astonishing. Over the last five years alone the number of freelance workers in the

How to Handle Sensitive Job Interview Topics

While there are many types of questions that are against the law for an interviewer to ask, it can be difficult for a job applicant to identify them and to professionally respond. Improper and illegal questions may pertain to your life choices, such as having children or getting married, age,

Video Assessments at Interviews: What You Need to Know to Make and Use a Successful Video Assessment

Thanks to advances in technology, more and more people are getting comfortable with using virtual tools, especially ones that are used for communication and conversation – like Skype, WhatsApp and Zoom. Of course, there are still reservations about whether or not this type of virtual communication is as personal as