You’re hiring under a pandemic time crunch. Here’s how to retain your new workers

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These are the steps to take if you want to hire for talent—and longevity. Hiring decisions are some of the most impactful choices you’ll ever make. A good hire can improve your company’s culture, efficiency, and bottom-line success, but a bad one will ultimately have a negative influence. Couple that with today’s landscape amid the coronavirus, and you have a difficult task ahead if you need to hire fresh talent. Read Full Story

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How to identify and apply for unposted job opportunities

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Reviewing job boards is fine, but many jobs aren’t listed formally. Here’s how to identify potential openings, and effectively find the hiring manager. If you’re looking for a job, your first step may be to peruse job boards. While it’s a tried-and-true method, a growing number of jobs are “hidden,” as more companies move to employee referrals and professional networks for sourcing qualified candidates more quickly, according to a study by Jobvite . If you don’t have an inside connection, you may think finding these leads is a matter of pure luck. However, it’s possible to get into the talent pipeline via the hiring manager’s inbox. Read Full Story

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If you really want the job, show you have these 6 qualities

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In a tough job market, it’s essential to stand out. Even in a recession, companies are still hiring. And, given the competitive market, it’s important to make sure you stand out when interviewing. I spoke with executives at Harqen, a company that helps companies hire talent, to understand the six qualities that companies are looking for today. Read Full Story

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