Monthly Archives: November 2015

Public Seminar: Test and Measurement Design 101

This December 3 to 4 you can learn and understand how to use assessment tools for greater business results. This training on test and measurement design will span two days from 9 a.m. to 5 a.m. along San Miguel Avenue. Participants will learn the knowledge, abilities and skills needed to carry out an in-depth evaluation

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How to Review Resumes

A resume reveals more than a candidate may think. Learning how to review resumes beyond past experience is a valuable skill that will help HR professionals weed out sub-par candidates and hire the best. Meticulous Presentation Examine the details of the resume. Is it presented well, in an easy-to-read layout that guides the eye? Are

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The basics of writing a job description

Writing a job description is complicated, which is why there are so many resources on it. However, if you just want the basics and a quick overview, here are 3 things to keep in mind. First impressions A job description is the first thing a potential candidate will see, so it’s important to make a

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Public Seminar: Overcoming Objections to Nail the Sale

Please join us on November 20, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the latest training workshop in our Sales Optimizer Series. Most sales professionals are always looking for ways to overcome customer objections and close the sale. This one day workshop will help plan, prepare, and execute proposals and presentations that address customer concerns, reduce the

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Structured Interviewing

Interviewers may think that they don’t need any process improvement, but structured interviewing ensures that each candidate is measured on an objective scale with little or no bias. Using structured interviews could predict candidate success, whereas unstructured interviews are unfair for many candidates and may lead to a less than perfect fit. Interviewers are susceptible

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Questions to Ask on an Employee Engagement Survey

Having happy, fulfilled employees leads to better productivity, higher retention rates and increased engagement. An employee engagement survey can give you insight into what areas the company is failing at when it comes to engaging employees and which areas are doing well. Below are a few questions you can ask in the survey to learn

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The Holacracy Case: How to Recruit for These Radical New Organizations

Imagine a workplace with no managers or titles, an office without seniority or hierarchy. All employees are considered equal there, and without the presence of any supervisors, everyone works together and individually to reach their goals. You may be surprised to find out that this model actually exists. It’s a new business trend that’s making

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The Cost of a Lengthy Hiring Process

The cost of a lengthy hiring process boils down into three vital resources; time, money and talent. Understanding all the resources you could lose due to an inefficient hiring process will help you identify the areas in your business and HR department that could use some fine tuning. Time A long hiring process takes up

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