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Should you personality test potential new hires?

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First, the good news. The unemployment rate is at an all-time low and while the fluctuating labor force may be a driver of the current stats, the fact is, companies are hiring. The not-so-good news is that you, as a business owner or executive, have new positions to fill and stacks of resumes. How do… Read More →

Six Tips for Hiring Right

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by in Blogs | Featured | Workforce

I think the hiring process is broken. Over the last few years, we’ve let resume scrapers, personality tests, and other technology take too big a role in how we process resumes, interview candidates, and hire new people. Successful candidates today write their resume and cover letters to keywords and search terms to hopefully help them… Read More →

Social Media And The Hiring Process: Your Profile Can Sink Or Save You

Social media sites are no longer just places to reconnect with childhood friends or college roommates.
by in Tech | Workforce

Social media has set up camp in the professional world and is there to stay. Social media sites are no longer just places to reconnect with childhood friends or college roommates. Companies now use social media websites to do unofficial background checks on potential employees. A Cross-Tab Marketing Service study, released earlier this year, reveals… Read More →

AzHHA Expands Its Online Job Board To Encompass The Full Spectrum Of Health Care Jobs

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At a time when economic news is dominated by downsizing and layoffs, the Arizona Hospital and Healthcare Association (AzHHA) is expanding its efforts to recruit new employees for positions ranging from janitor to physician. Although the state’s unemployment rate hovers at just under 10 percent, Arizona health care facilities added 1,700 jobs in January alone.… Read More →