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We took a look at the articles staffing and corporate recruiters shared, liked, and commented on the most on LinkedIn during the last 7 days and posted them below. Here are the top posts for this week:
Paul Lyons explains the characteristics of Mentally Tough people and five reasons why they are great for your company’s culture. When I was CEO for Ambition it was well known that we had a “No Dickheads No Passengers” hiring policy. We didn’t want to recruit egos or people just along for the ride and consequently …
For most of my life the point of a job interview has been to get the job offer. That's what we have all been taught -- that you go on a job interview to get the job, no matter what! All this time we've thought we were auditioning for a job, and that the grand prize was to get the job offer by beating out the other candidates.That's all changed now. Your goal on a job interview is not to beat everyone else out to get the job, any more than you go on a date to convince the man or woman you're meet
Recently, I read an article showcasing something called the “Passive Candidate Spectrum.” It discusses why some recruiters are so much better at getting those top passive candidates to take jobs with their employers. In particular, it outlines what stage a passive candidate needs to be at to increase the
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