Category: Millennials

Do Shock Value Ads Really Have Value In Job Postings?

A recent job posting appeared on Craigslist in San Diego. It has caused a deep discussion among HR professionals who are attempting to make sense of the nameless tech company’s tactics. The ad, which is titled “Two ******* Great Developers,” uses crude wording and expletives to seek candidates for a very real job. While it’s
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8 Reasons Why Working from Home is a Win-Win

This post has been contributed by Kevin Sheridan, keynote speaker and author. If you’d like to be a contributor, please contact us. Is your management team wrestling with the decision to let people work from home (WFH)? It can be a big change, but a positive and necessary one. Increasingly, people are viewing “work” as something
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Why Your Satisfied Workers May Be Looking For a New Job

You’re doing everything you can to create an environment in which your employees are engaged and happy. Despite your best efforts, some of your workers may be looking for a new job this year. According to an online CreditDonkey survey of 905 American workers, 66% of employees are satisfied with their current job, yet 44%
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When Hiring Entry-Level Employees, Attitude Trumps Skills and Education

  An applicant’s education and trade skills used to weigh more heavily than any other factor, but that trend appears to be changing. Attitude and other soft skills are now just as – if not more – important to employers. A survey by Instructure, a Salt Lake City, UT-based information technology company, reveals that many managers
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