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Posted June 24, 2014 by

Help Your Gen-Y Traits Stand Out Among Job Seekers

The things that matter to today’s graduates when it comes to finding workplace happiness are a bit different than that of generations past. In fact, when comparing Gen-X (born during the mid 1960s through the late 1970s) to Gen-Y (born early 80s to early 2000s), there are a number of factors that make them very distinct kinds of employees.

While Generation X is known for its entrepreneurial nature, confidence, and self-motivation, Generation Y is more technologically savvy, can multitask with ease, and isn’t afraid to take risks. As a member of Gen-Y, you’ll want to learn how to play up those attributes to employers so that they are perceived as strengths. For instance, it’s typical for more recent graduates to prefer a workplace that provides staff members with a lot of feedback, has team-building exercises, and gives recognition for a job well done. (more…)

Posted June 09, 2014 by

Need Some Help with College Recruiting? 3 Tips to Find the Best Talent

For employers who need some help with college recruiting, check out three tips in the following post that could help them find the best talent.

Successful college recruiting is as simple as executing concepts that most organizations are already pros at doing. It’s just as simple as applying those techniques within the context of college recruiting. Here are three tips to…

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Posted June 05, 2014 by

The Benefits of Employees Using Social Media on their Entry Level Jobs

While some employers might prefer their employees not using social media on their entry level jobs, there are some benefits to them doing so.  Learn more in the following post.

Use of social networks at workplace – right or wrong or can be assigned to the gray area? Social networks are sometimes seen as platforms where employees lose time in their working hours, to the point that some companies have blocked access to these platforms for being considered a waste of time. In fact, there are studies that

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Posted May 28, 2014 by

Want to Hire Millennials for Entry Level Jobs? 3 Strategies to Recruit Them

In order for employers to recruit millennials for entry level jobs, they may want to try three strategies found in the following post.

If you want your company to thrive, you’re going to need fresh blood. And in this day and age, that means hiring Millennials. But how can you attract the right Millennials to work for you? The hard-working and innovative young minds whom everyone is competing for? You may be thinking of the flashy offices

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Posted May 27, 2014 by

Employers, Are You Training Workers for Entry Level Jobs? Why You May Want to

When hiring for entry level jobs, employers might want to consider training workers for these positions.  Learn why in the following post.

If there is a future area of strength you know the business will need in general, plant the seeds in entry-level training, whether a trainee’s first job requires it or not. By improving the processes for cultivating your newest and…

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Posted May 13, 2014 by

3 Ways College Recruiting Compares with the NFL Draft

Last week, we saw many young men achieve their dreams of being drafted to the NFL.  If you think about it, college recruiting is similar to this annual sports event.  In the following post, learn three ways college recruiting compares with the NFL Draft.

NFL General Managers and CEOs alike are often asked about their top annual objectives. Although exact wording may vary, their answer is always something to the tune of “finding the right young talent to help grow our…

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Posted April 17, 2014 by

Top Interviewing Tips to Make a Killer Sales Hire

Ken Sundheim

Ken Sundheim, Chief Executive Officer at KAS Placement Recruiting

Running a recruitment company, KAS Placement, I’m often asked by business development professionals as to my thoughts on interviewing for a sales, sales management, or account management job.

Frequently, I get variations on three of the same inquiries, the answers to which collectively provide crucial insight into how to approach interviewing from a fresh and original perspective.

Sales Interview Tips

Question #1: ”How many questions should I ask, which ones should I ask and when do I ask them?” Essentially, employers want to make sure they are asking the right questions. (more…)

Posted April 11, 2014 by

Breaking through an HR position: The three most important interview questions you ought to know

 

A job as HR professional is one of most respected and of importance in an organization.  They are in charge of some vital tasks such as identifying and hiring new talent for the company, and coordinating between the management and the employees. If you are studying human resource management and are looking to make a career in this field then you better go through this post which is rich with the things you need to know for your first interview. (more…)

Posted April 03, 2014 by

Internship Finder, Want to Get Really Paid? 25 Highest Paying Companies for Interns

How much money could you make as an internship finder?  It could all depend on your talent and where you work.  In the following post, learn the 25 highest paying companies for interns.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median household income in the United States is $53,046. So it may surprise you to learn that several interns earn much more – $75,000+ assuming they were to work a full year. YouTern partner Glassdoor recently revealed its report of the “25 Highest Paying Companies for Interns.” The report sheds

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Posted March 26, 2014 by

Want to Secure More Candidates When College Recruiting? 5 Mistakes to Avoid

To be more effective in college recruiting or other types of recruiting, the following post has five mistakes recruiters should avoid.

Starting your own business is hard, and recruitment is no different. You have to be certain the recruiting industry is the right choice for you. And you need to be prepared to learn a lot, very quickly. At the beginning, you feel confident because you’ve got the people, the ideas, the contacts and the means

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