Posts Categorized: Hiring Advice

How to Stand Out at Job Fairs and Meet the Best Candidates

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Sourcing quality candidates for an open position is often a time consuming process. Finding one outstanding candidate can take weeks or even months. Job fairs can be a great way to meet a variety of contenders at once. Many of these events draw in hundreds, sometimes even thousands, of professionals. Of course, job seekers are not Read more »

Three Considerations to Keep in Mind When Candidates have Been Out of Work

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Adding a new worker to the team is always an important decision. Ideally, they meet the position’s requirements and fit within with the culture. The intent is to pick the best person for the job and the hope is that they will succeed, but there is always some level of uncertainty. Overtime, hiring managers can become Read more »

Help Disengaged Employees Find Their Passion!

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For your company to achieve its goals, you need the full support of each individual on your team. If even a few employees are disengaged, it can cause a ripple effect that reaches out to your entire group.  Disengagement leads to decreased productivity, lower morale and a decline in the quality of your products and Read more »

Five Essentials for Managing a Dynamic Team (and their Personalities)

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It is great when you have a team filled with motivated, passionate individuals! Unfortunately, managing a team of high-performers comes with its own set of challenges, such as competitiveness and conflicting work styles. Learn how to become the type of manager that engages and inspires their entire team, while helping to pave the way for Read more »

The Importance of Choosing the Right Architect

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When faced with the challenge of filling an open architecture position, it can be overwhelming. Simply put, there are a multitude of gifted architects in the workforce. While having a tough time choosing between a stack of impressive resumes, is a good problem to have, it’s important to remember the bigger picture. If you want the finished Read more »

Your Unfilled Position is Draining Your Company’s Resources: Plug It!

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Hiring decisions require a great deal of time and attention because they have a significant impact on the company. Unfortunately, managers already have a plethora of responsibilities and often juggle packed schedules, even on good days. When businesses are understaffed, employees and managers often find themselves filling in the gaps, making the challenge of filling an open position Read more »

Three Challenges to Hiring the Best Candidates

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Experienced leaders understand the importance of hiring ideal candidates for each position within their company. Unfortunately, all employers share this goal. With increasing demand, limited supply and a growing skills gap in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) communities, the sourcing process can be especially difficult. A successful placement is well worth the effort as a completely Read more »

The 2016 Checkpoint | Are You On Pace to Hit Your 2016 Goals?

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While it might seem like New Year’s was just a few weeks ago, we are already halfway through the year! It is officially Summer! Use the recent seasonal change as an opportunity to review your team’s progress towards goals set at the beginning of 2016. Four Steps to Conduct a 2016 Checkpoint Audit Avoid falling short of any Read more »

Getting Past the Resume to Better Understand a Candidate

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Finding the right person for a job is a complex process. In addition to selecting a candidate with the skills needed to properly function in the role, you must also choose someone who seamlessly blends into the company culture. Consequently, a multi-faceted process is often required to effectively screen candidates. A resume is an incredibly Read more »

Onboarding New Hires Enables Success!

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Until recently, many companies limited their onboarding activities to the first few hours of new hire orientation. A new employee might have spent their first hour or two getting introduced around the office before spending the better part of the day filling out a pile of paperwork out at their desk and reviewing an employee handbook. Read more »

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