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These days finding high quality employees is harder than ever. There seems to be a constant battle to encourage folks to apply, then get them to stay engaged through the application process. This is why it’s so important that every employer does their best to create a positive applicant experience. Creating a positive applicant experience will help get more applicants into your pipeline and keep them there throughout your hiring...
The interview process for seasonal employees is just as important as for permanent workers. Seasonal employees will serve your clients, make your products and otherwise represent your company brand. So even though they may only be employed by your organization for a short period of time, they will have a lasting impact. So of course, you want to make sure that you’re bringing on the best talent that will be a positive asset to your...
If you’re preparing to hire seasonal employees, give these interview questions a try. These interview questions are a good starting point to develop your interview guide for seasonal jobs.     Sample Interview Questions to Ask Seasonal Job Candidates Why did you apply for a seasonal job? What attracted you to the position? This job requires that you work on __________ days during _________ hours. Are you...
A steady flow of applications is important for any business to be able to hire quickly when job vacancies need to be filled. There is nothing more stressful than needing to hire urgently and finding zero applicants at your fingertips. Not being able to meet your staffing needs could result in disruption to your business or missing out on an opportunity for your business to grow. Avoiding this stress requires a consistent recruiting...
The content of a job posting has a huge job. Those words can either make job seekers become eager to apply for the job or click on to the next job posting. But writing an engaging job posting can be challenging. Which makes simply copying and pasting the position’s job description very tempting.    However, with a little planning and rethinking about the purpose of the job posting you can easily write a job posting that...
What does the fourth quarter look like in your small business? For a good number of  businesses, the last three months of the year are super busy. The end of the year brings in a surge of clients, customers and events which may overwhelm your normal staff. Often times this influx of business, while a good thing for the bottom line of your business may be impossible to meet without bringing on some additional resources. If you know...
As the 2020 election draws near, many employers are committing to help get out the vote. Your company may also be involved in various civic participation campaigns to encourage your employees to vote. With all of the activity around boosting participation and getting employees engaged, we can’t overlook the very real need to support employees as they try to actually show up at the polls.    It is anticipated that this...