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Soft Skills To Look For During The Hiring Process

Posted by Brian Rudolph on 3/11/19 9:09 AM

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As employers seek to improve the culture fit and success of their new hires, we are seeing a shift away from an emphasis on hard skills in favor of a closer focus on soft skills.

Hard skills are the technical, specific abilities which can be taught. Soft skills, on the other hand, are generally more subjective and elusive, referring to personal and interpersonal qualities and characteristics. The advantage with soft skills is that they give employers a deeper insight into their potential hire.

Below you will find some of the most important soft skills to consider when recruiting for your next vacancy:

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Best Job Search Apps & Websites To Help Your Hunt

Posted by Brian Rudolph on 2/12/19 1:11 PM

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Recruiting has evolved significantly in the last decade, and the ways people search for jobs have changed dramatically. Today, most Americans own smartphones and job searches via mobile device are one of the most popular ways to find your next job. In fact, Global job board Indeed estimates that at least half of all job searches are now carried out via mobile devices.

You might be asking yourself: What Job Search Site Is the Best?

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Bluster Busters: 10 Interview Questions that Cut Through the Big Talk

Posted by Brian Rudolph on 1/14/19 3:16 PM

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Reveal a Job Candidate’s True Capabilities

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7 Easy Ways To Measure Employee Performance

Posted by Brian Rudolph on 5/28/18 11:11 AM

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Productive employees are the lifeblood of every business, but how do you assess their performance levels? Do they understand your goals and expectations? Are they meeting their personal objectives?

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The Grass isn’t Always Greener: 4 Questions to Ask Before Switching Jobs

Posted by Brian Rudolph on 3/29/16 3:00 PM

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You get a call from a headhunter.  Or a friend mentions that their employer is hiring.  Maybe you’ve just been keeping your ear to the ground, daydreaming about a new job. And that new job pays more money.

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So Your Job Didn’t Work Out? Here’s Why

Posted by Brian Rudolph on 3/12/15 3:22 PM

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Starting a new job is a reason for celebration which usually energizes and motivates us. We often prioritize the title, compensation, location and responsibilities. If it ticks those boxes, many professionals don’t give much consideration to the three principal reasons a job doesn’t work out.

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