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How to Reject a Job Candidate and Have Them Thank You For It

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How to Reject a Job Candidate and Have Them Thank You For It

As an employer, do you stand apart from the crowd? Do you have potential new employees beating down your door to work for you? If not, why not?

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The 6 Best Ways to Utilize Social Media to Connect with Potential Employers

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The 6 Best Ways to Utilize Social Media to Connect with Potential Employers

The social recruiting trend has gone through the roof in the last couple of years, so much so that minding your social profiles and protecting your online reputation has become not so much an "extra" but a necessity. The majority of companies, large and small, are checking Facebook and Twitter at a minimum to gauge their potential new hires as a "social background check".

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How to Start Using Social Media to get Your Dream Job

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How to Start Using Social Media to get Your Dream Job

No matter how good you think you are at something, someday someone will prove you wrong. This is particularly true when it comes to finding a job.

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The Insider's Guide to Attract and Keep Millennials

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The Insider's Guide to Attract and Keep Millennials

Yes, You Can Attract And Keep Millennials

Today, millennials make up 34% of the workforce, and, by 2020, they will make up nearly half. But this isn’t nearly as scary as it sounds. While millennials appear impetuous, they are merely being under-stimulated and mishandled. They want to work, but they are hungry for meaningful work. You can bring that hunger to work in your business.

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How to Win at Social: 5 Things Your Small Business Should Do On Social Media

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How to Win at Social: 5 Things Your Small Business Should Do On Social Media

Your Facebook profile is a thing of beauty. You’re following all the right people on Twitter (and they’re following you back!). Your LinkedIn company profile is complete and you’ve posted quality content that got you noticed. Congratulations! You are winning at social media, sort of.

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