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The hiring process can stress out anyone, whether they’re in the interview chair or lining up possible candidates. As the person doing the hiring, it stands to reason that you want the right person for the position; you certainly don’t want to bring on the wrong person and have to go through the time-consuming process… Read more »

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As employees move on through retirement, relocation, or other means, you have a decision to make as to whether or not their positions should be filled. Leaving them to attrition may seem like a viable option at first, but down the line it means more work for employees who already have a lot on their… Read more »

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In terms of administration, can a manager lead well? Can a leader manage others competently? Some professionals look at managers and leaders as mutually exclusive terms, thinking of them as having different qualities and duties. But some claim they overlap — in other words, it’s entirely possible to be both a manager and a leader…and… Read more »

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Now that the list has narrowed down, the resumes vetted, the questions asked, the pertinent documents signed, and the hands shaken, it’s time to begin the extremely important process of onboarding the newest hire. What can HR do to best acclimate a worker and get him socialized to the inner workings and performance requirements of… Read more »

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Many of us fear the common job interview questions, “What are your greatest strengths? What are your greatest weaknesses?” While you can prepare for this sort of question, the approach can change: Do I focus on my strengths, or will that make me look too arrogant? Do I talk about my weakness as a strength,… Read more »

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