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5 Reasons You Should Care About Recruiting Veterans

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By Peter Lawson on October 21, 2014

“There are certain character traits many veterans possess, such as perseverance, discipline, stamina, ability to follow orders/instructions, leadership qualities and ability to work on a team. Of course these qualities can vary from person to person but are essentially the …Read More

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How Popular Are The Indemand Startups Among Glassdoor Job...

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By Glassdoor Team on October 1, 2014

Your company’s career site can feel like your front door for job candidates – it offers not only your current job openings but also helps tell candidates what your company is like when it comes to culture, work environment, perks …Read More

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Why Employers Should Offer Telecommuting Perks

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By Rieva Lesonsky on August 20, 2014

Are you trying to recruit new employees? Then you’d better be sure telecommuting is an option for your staff. Employees love benefits like telecommuting so much that they’re not willing to give it up, reports a recent survey by Staples. …Read More

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A Recruiter’s Life Beyond LinkedIn

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By Glassdoor Team on August 14, 2014

With more than 300 million users, LinkedIn is a go-to source for networking, recruiting and communicating with business professionals. The audience, however, is generally limited to the professionals who are at their desks day-in and day-out. What about workers in …Read More

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Retaining Senior Workers with Millennials

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By Rieva Lesonsky on August 11, 2014

Does your small business rely on employees age 55 or even 65 and up? A growing number of workplaces do, as more and more Americans are working longer. According to Gallup, just 26 percent of Americans expect to retire before …Read More

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How to Fix the Culture Problem

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By Jessica Miller-Merrell on August 8, 2014

As great as it is to talk about your company’s culture and to hope to improve it, it can be tricky to actually put your money where your mouth is and really change it. It’s not that most don’t want …Read More

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Millennial Takeover: Like It or Not

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By Danielle Durante on August 1, 2014

The workforce is undergoing a massive corporate reconstruction. Americans are simultaneously experiencing a mass exodus of Baby Boomers and an influx of Millennials. Seventy-five million Baby Boomers are on the verge of retirement and America is experiencing the largest entrance of recent …Read More

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Business Etiquette Tips: Bringing Back Professionalism

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By Rachelle Falls on July 31, 2014

How is your business etiquette? From the missing lunch in the fridge to the over use of speakerphone, we all have things that bother us about our colleagues, but a big part of retention is making sure that seemingly minimal …Read More

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Top 15 Best Cities for Recent Grads

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By Danielle Durante on July 25, 2014

At 18, a student’s biggest decision is selecting a college where he or she can be most successful. Fast-forward four years (or five or six), and this individual’s next big choice is picking a location where he or she has …Read More

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Mobile Is A Must In Any Decent Recruiting Efforts

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By Donna Fuscaldo on July 14, 2014

When it comes to recruiting, mobile can’t be an afterthought. As the number of mobile devices proliferates, so does the uses, requiring companies of all sizes to embrace mobile as a recruiting tool. The Importance of Embracing Mobile “Various studies …Read More

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