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Hiring executives: How to move beyond 1st impressions
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What are they really like? Little things can be revealing in an interview and a skilled interviewer can look beneath the surface to discover the real candidate. Selecting the right people to lead and build effective executive teams is critical to developing successful organizations, and the interviewing process can be the most important step. Hiring ineffective leaders can lead to a variety of negative outcomes for an organization including diminished morale business performance. More

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Start the new year with progress
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To get yourself and your team off to a good start for the new year, focus on progress. Research discovered that fostering progress in meaningful work is the most important way to keep people highly engaged at work — even if that progress is a "small win." This phenomenon is called the progress principle; it works because people want to feel that they are contributing to something that matters. The new year presents a great opportunity for managers to put the progress principle into action. More

'American Idol' meets career fair in New Orleans
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VideoBriefIt's not often that a hiring process is described as "exhilarating" — a mystery with no clues is how candidates are more apt to feel about most such processes — but exhilarating is how one company is describing its selection for a health care technology trainer. The crux of this "Big Break" as it's called is a reality-TV-style day of speed interviews, a videotaped Q&A session and a presentation. More

10 top HR tips of 2012
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As the human resource sector evolves, it's important to be aware of new employee trends and technology advances to ensure your HR leaders stay ahead of the curve. Here are 10 tips to help ensure HR managers are prepared for the new year.



What the Iowa caucus tells us about job hunting
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Mitt Romney won the Iowa caucus by eight votes. But eight votes or 8 million votes, it doesn't matter — he's still the winner. Of course, this isn't the final prize (if you can call being president of the United States a "prize.") However, looking at the Iowa caucus results can tell you a bit about how the job hunt works. More

Must-have skills for job seekers in 2012
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In 2012, creativity and adaptability are among the key skills needed to land and keep a job, as staff levels remain lean and employers expect workers to respond to a wide variety of demands. More

Talent vendors and clients: A happy marriage?
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Most marriages — and most client-vendor relationships — start well, with high expectations for success. But data in a 2010 Bersin & Associates report on client satisfaction with talent management vendors shows that in a 900-plus sample, most clients are slightly less than somewhat satisfied with their talent management systems. Even worse: They are not sure they want to renew their contracts. More

US jobs data likely to confirm momentum
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The first week of the new year will reveal a lot about U.S. economy in the final month of 2011. A string of economic reports is likely to reveal that manufacturing and service-oriented companies continue to expand and that businesses are adding jobs at a faster clip. Yet what the data cannot reveal is whether the recent momentum is sustainable in the early months of 2012. Afterall, the economy entered 2011 with a head of steam only to falter later on. More

Sounding the alarm: Succession planning in financial adviser jobs
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Lately an adviser rarely can open a trade publication without coming across at least one article focusing on succession planning. Most of these columns center on the acute crisis of the situation, with the hope that couching lack of preparedness in such alarming terms will inspire advisers to action. Outside of recommendations to begin succession planning sooner, specific solutions often are in short supply. More

Accelerating talent retention in 2012
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Yvonne Pilon, director of programs and communication at WEtech Alliance, writes, "In my role with WEtech Alliance, I see firsthand how the challenge of talent retention is affecting business and industry. We are seeing industries such as digital media and IT flourishing, but they potentially could be stalled by the lack of available talent." More
 
 
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