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Keep Your “A” Talent in IT from Leaving

Top talent is an important part of any successful information technology department. So what happens when your star employee wants to leave? How can you prevent it? The truth is, IT professionals will leave even the most stable jobs for a variety of reasons, so it is important to understand what can keep them engaged,… Read more »

Why It’s Important to Set the Tone Early in the Job Search

Job seekers are eager to start work. They may have been on the hunt for the perfect opportunity for a while, even if they are highly skilled, so they want the process to go quickly. But from the hiring manager’s perspective, that isn’t always possible. It is critical that you manage the expectations of your… Read more »

Hot Job in Fort Worth: Mail Clerks

Our company is dedicated to providing the best possible partnerships between our candidates and our clients. This summer, we are working with a client in Fort Worth to source and hire the best representative for their organization in the mail room. A premier automotive finance company located in North Fort Worth is looking for mail… Read more »

Should Your Company Consider Counter Offers?

It is a conversation that every manager dreads. Your star employee has approached you with their resignation. They have been offered another job and will be leaving in two weeks. Your mind races with the next steps. Do you find a replacement? Do you promote someone else? Or do you make the employee a counter… Read more »

Do You Know How to Answer Behavioral Interview Questions?

Interviews are stressful enough, but when you add behavioral questions to the mix it is bound to make you more nervous. Behavioral questions are based on psychology and designed to determine how you might act in a specific situation. These types of questions often start with the phrase, “Tell me about a time when.” Before… Read more »

Are You Turning Away Potential Job Candidates?

One of the biggest complaints that recruiters hear from client companies is that there just aren’t any good candidates available. The truth is, they may be turning away, or turning off, potential candidates with their application and hiring process alone. Here are some things you can do to improve your processes and attract the best… Read more »

4 Networking Tips for Introverts

For introverts, face-to-face networking is anxiety-inducing at best. The need to feel outgoing is overwhelming. Stress is triggered, the heart races, and palms sweat. Being introverted isn’t a personality flaw, it just means that you have to be creative about how you tackle the same issues that seem to come so easily to your extroverted counterparts.… Read more »

Your Company’s Social Presence Has an Impact on Recruiting

Social media has completely altered the way we communicate with candidates applying for open positions. Job candidates are constantly reviewing company websites and social media accounts to inquire about jobs available, or just connect in general. Your company brand, and what your employees say about your company, are integral to landing, or pushing away, top… Read more »

What Skills Do Employers Really Want to See When Hiring New Grads?

With graduation season approaching, many graduates are wondering what is in store for them in the job market. You’ve learned a lot of things in your collegiate years, but often colleges and universities neglect to prepare students for the job search. If you’re applying for your first professional job out of college, what are employers… Read more »

Turn that Bad Hire Around

It can be very frustrating when you realize your newest hire isn’t living up to your expectations. There are a number of reasons the seemingly perfect employee crashes and burns once they start working with you. But that doesn’t mean your first resort needs to be termination. There may be ways to rescue that bad… Read more »