Posts Tagged ‘Interview’

How to use interviews to brand

Have you ever asked why your employees like your brand? Is it your mission statement, your procedures, your company morals, or is because you were hiring? Who’s going to be honest with you? Employees can be an important part of your brand. Newsflash: When you own a company, you cannot be around for every decision,…

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Implement an Internship

As some of you may know, I started off my job as a marketing coordinator as an intern. I’m here to explain how to successfully start up an internship program at your company. You can read here to find out why you should even bother taking on some interns. Step 1: Research You need to…

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How to be a better Interviewer

There are only a few types of interviews out there: The good, the bad, and the mediocre. The interviewer has many responsibilities during this critical first—or second—meeting. Here’s a list of what separates a great interview from a not-so-great one Interviewer Tactics 1. Open ended questions: If you ask these kinds of questions, the person…

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How to Interview in Today’s World

Interviews have changed drastically even over the last few years. Between technological advances and tougher screening norms, it’s important to know how to interview in today’s world. Technology At SRS we employ a few rounds of basic interviews, all of which involve a different team member or technology. We rely on phone screening and Skype…

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How does technology affect HR? Glad you asked

The Society of Human Resource Management or SHRM is a great resource for all the HR gurus out there. It is also a good resource for anyone who uses HR. You shouldn’t use something you don’t understand, which is the same for technology. Trends right now SHRM predicted 9 tech trends for 2017. The first…

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