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by IESE Business School, SmartRecruiters The American Staffing Association released an article addressing the Affordable Care Act. The ACA requires health care exchanges established under the law to notify employers when employees have been certified as eligible to receive tax subsidies in the form of advance premium tax credits or cost-sharing reductions, and advise employers… Read more »

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by Sophie Deering, UndercoverRecruiter Your resume may land you an interview, but it’s how you come across in the interview process that will really determine whether you land the role or not. The interview is your chance to really sell yourself and let your personality shine through. It’s important to be memorable, so be sure to… Read more »

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by IESE Business School, SmartRecruiters Think you have incompetent employees? Time to ask yourself how they ended up working for you in the first place. The best way to avoid finding yourself surrounded by ineffective employees is not to make the following 10 mistakes during the recruitment and remuneration process: Focusing solely on money. Many… Read more »

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by Recruiter.com Welcome to Recruiter Q&A, where we pose employment-related questions to the experts and share their answers! This Week’s Question: How do you engage employees at work? These answers come from the members of BusinessCollective, a virtual mentorship program powered by America’s most ambitious young thought leaders, entrepreneurs, executives, and small business owners, including the members of FounderSociety. Give Them Ownership… Read more »

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by Lia, Everyday Interview Tips  There are some job interview questions, which if you answer too honestly, can actually hurt your chances of getting the job. Many stress management interview questions are like that, and some – like the following question – can really work against you if you provide an answer that indicates in… Read more »

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by Lia, Everyday Interview Tips “My life is an open book” Yes it is, and you can bet potential employers will at least skim read it, if not read at length before they consider hiring you for any job. Your social profile spells out your likes and dislikes, beliefs and prejudices, key personality traits and… Read more »

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by Jason Buss, SmartRecruiters The competition for talent continues to heat up. According to Manpower’s 2014 Talent Shortage Survey, 40% of US employers experience difficulty filling jobs. As the power in the job market shifts from employer to candidate, understanding job seeker trends enables organizations to fine tune recruitment strategies and provides leverage for prospective… Read more »

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by Liz Kislik, SmartRecruiters Clients and other business people often ask me for interview questions that will reveal which candidates are most likely to succeed in a particular job. But there’s no standard set of questions, because it’s all about the fit. And only someone inside the organization can know what that needs to be…. Read more »

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by Sophie Deering, UndercoverRecruiter You may find writing the cover letter for your first job very difficult. However, a well-written cover letter can very well be the key factor that distinguishes you from other entry-level job seekers. Despite not having much work experience, it is still possible for you to impress your potential employers. A quality… Read more »