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Degree or Not Degree

Written by Michelle Silverstein

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For decades, a college degree has been the metaphorical gateway to a solid career path. But rising education costs and growing student loan debt may be causing a decline in college enrollment in the United States – enrollment numbers have been falling for the last 6 years.

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Why You Should Integrate Your HR Platform with HireSelect

Written by Michelle Silverstein

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Anyone who’s involved in the hiring process knows how challenging it can be to manage all the moving pieces. For every single job you’re hiring for, you first need to create a job description; this job description then gets posted across a variety of different job boards online or throughout your IRL networks; next, applicants start flowing in, each sending in a resume or application, but also often sending in other documents like cover letters, work portfolios, or certifications; and then you have to shuffle all of these candidates through each stage of the hiring process, from phone screening to in-person interview to formal offer and more.

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Should Your HR Department Go Paperless?

Written by Karli Kendall

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One of the biggest ongoing HR trends is a transition from the traditional, paper-heavy human resources work style to a greater reliance on online systems and databases.  By 2015, almost 8 out of 10 Human Resources professionals polled at a Society for Human Resource Management conference claimed that their department had converted to a paperless system.  

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Thinking of Offering Flexible Work Options? Weigh the Pros and Cons.

Written by Michelle Silverstein

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Flexible work schedules are gaining in popularity, and it’s likely that more and more companies will continue to start offering more flexibility in some form or another. Of course, there isn’t just one type of “flexible working” situation – it can take many forms, including remote telecommuting; flexible schedules like four 10-hour shifts per week; or alternative daily schedules with different start and end times than the traditional 9 to 5. Should your organization start accommodating flexible working schedules in some capacity? Weigh the pros and cons for yourself.

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Announcing Universal Integrations with HireLink

Written by Michelle Silverstein

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The benefits of integrating two platforms together is clear – syncing all your information in one place makes it easier for you to work faster and more efficiently without switching between platforms. But full-scale custom integrations between platforms can sometimes be time-consuming, technically complex, and labor-intensive for all parties involved. And sometimes the platforms don’t integrate at all.

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What Are Your New Year’s Resolutions for Hiring?

Written by Michelle Silverstein

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A new year means a new start. And while many of us are resolving to eat healthier or exercise more, hiring professionals are no doubt entering 2019 with some ideas about how to make their hiring processes even better. Here are a couple of resolutions we could all strive for when it comes to hiring great employees this year.

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Why the Order of Your Hiring Process Matters

Written by Michelle Silverstein

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The hiring process is exactly that – a process. It contains certain steps that take you from the initial sourcing stage all the way up to the moment an employee is officially hired. And just as with any process, the order of the steps matter.

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4 Tips for Hiring Remote Workers

Written by Michelle Silverstein

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Remote working, virtually unheard of a couple decades ago, has become increasingly common. One study suggests that more than two-thirds of workers telecommute at least one day per week!

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Finding Diamonds in the Rough Within Your Candidate Pool

Written by Michelle Silverstein

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Finding and hiring the best candidates is highly competitive in today’s hiring landscape. About 73% of employers have been struggling to find the right candidates for their open positions, and this trend shows no signs of stopping – in fact, companies anticipate needing to hire even more people in 2019

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Getting Job Candidates to Accept Your Offer

Written by Michelle Silverstein

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In today’s hiring landscape, finding talented candidates with the right set of skills is harder than ever. After going through all the steps to source candidates, read resumes, administer assessments, interview candidates, and send out the offer letter, you still need your candidate of choice to say yes to your offer of employment. When jobs were scarce, you might have assumed that most offers would be followed up with an enthusiastic “yes,” but with job openings now exceeding the number of job seekers, you may have to put a little more effort into converting that candidate into your next star employee. Here are a few places to start:

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