How to get High Quality Candidates to Apply for your Job

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Thousands of jobs are being added everyday in Michigan. With more people looking for work than ever, it seems like everything would work itself out. However, that’s not the case. Candidates seem to be very hesitant to apply these days. For good reason. Since the 2008 recession, candidates have had to take pay cuts and…

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How to Interpret Resume Gaps

Since March of last year, hundreds of thousands of people have been laid off. This means that there will be bigger professional gaps in resumes. How can you quantify time that is not specified on a resume? How do you know what someone did for potentially the last 11 months? The most important thing when…

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Transitioning Back to Reality

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With Michigan slowly reopening, it’s time to design your plan to transition to “back to work.” Things will not return to normal, maybe not ever. It’s a great opportunity to see what you can change for you, your employees, and your customers. Quarterly Plan Plan for disruptions for the next year. Set specific goals for…

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7 Recruiting Faux-Pas

We all know that one guy who thinks hiring is easy. All you need to do is put up a posting on ZipRecruiter or Indeed and voila! Instant hire. Well, newsflash, that may not be the only thing that guy is doing wrong during the hiring process. Here are some hiring faux-pas that we should…

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Are job fairs worth your time?

If you have ever thought about hiring, you’ve probably seen ads for job fairs. It’s important for your small business that you get your name out in the community. Job fairs can help you find your next employees, but is it really lucrative to send out a team to hire for your entry level positions?…

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