Why HR Should Consider Asking Oddball Interview Questions

By Donna Fuscaldo


Ask a job seeker what his or her weaknesses are and chances are they will say they work too hard. Ask that same candidate what they would do if they won $20 million in the lottery and you’re not likely …

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Why Caring For Employees’ Personal Lives Positively Impacts Your Company

By Donna Fuscaldo


‘Leave your problems at home’ may be the mantra of older CEOs, but the new generation of leaders know the personal lives of employees have a direct bearing on their work life and thus their  productivity.

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Why Government Workers Stay In Their Jobs Longer

By Donna Fuscaldo


When it comes to retention, the government has something over the private sector: loyalty. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employees for government agencies typically stay in their job for an average of 7.8 years, compared to 4.6 years for …

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A Guide To Social Recruiting

By Donna Fuscaldo


Whether you are looking to hire a college graduate or a veteran worker, social media is increasingly becoming an important recruiting tool. From LinkedIn to Twitter to Glassdoor, companies who don’t embrace social media risk missing out on what could be a great …

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Five Ways It’s Your Fault When Employees Slack Off

By Donna Fuscaldo


A happy employee equals a productive one. Every company wants their employees working optimally but often they unwittingly undermine their productivity. From embracing a culture of order-givers to communicating ineffectively, here’s a look at five ways companies are sapping the drive out …

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