Maintaining Strong Company Culture in a Remote Workplace

Remote work has taken over business worldwide. We know that this shift impacts the way workers communicate with one another which has a big impact on company culture. How do we maintain company culture in a remote work environment? Remote work has been growing in popularity for years, so this isn’t a new challenge. You… Read more »

How to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile in an Afternoon

LinkedIn

When you apply to a job, you know that you need a good resume to get your foot in the door. You’ve probably put a lot of time and care into writing a great resume that truly demonstrates your skills and experience. But, have you put that same attention into crafting an excellent virtual resume?… Read more »

Where are all the Good Candidates?

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Mike Smith – President/CEO, Ag 1 Source / Career 1 Source Employers in the past three months have really been taking a serious look at their hiring plans. While many have put off or delayed their interviewing until a clearer picture can be seen for how we operate out of this pandemic, others have been… Read more »

Know When to Stop Filling the Candidate Pool

Candidate Pool

By Rhonda Werner When hiring, it’s common nature to want to review as many candidates as possible, right? You want a POOL of candidates and with all pools, the more people the merrier. Not exactly. If a pool sits for too long, without any viable action, it becomes stagnant. Candidate pools are the same way.… Read more »

It’s Time to be the CEO of Your Career

CEO of your career

By Alexis Stiebe Have you evaluated your career goals lately? How far are you along your career path? Career change is the new normal so be sure that the moves you make get you closer to your main goal.  It is up to you to be the CEO of your career. Some recent trends show… Read more »

Hottest Topics of 2020: Remote Work and Improving the Hiring Process

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By Alexis Stiebe As we head into the long weekend, let’s review the topics our readers found most interesting so far in 2020. This year has certainly been a roller-coaster. Business leaders and their employees have faced the challenge of working from home without sacrificing productivity or service to their customers. This worldwide shift has… Read more »

Staying Connected to a Remote Workforce

Remote Worker

By Alexis Stiebe It is likely that your workforce recently made a sudden shift to working from home. This shift brings many new challenges and changes. It has surely brought new challenges to your leadership strategy. What worked in the office may not work from your home. In this article I share some tips for… Read more »

Interview Response Time Affects Your Reputation

We know that response time after the interview has a big impact on the entire hiring process. The extent of that impact is even larger than we thought. Last year we surveyed job seekers on the length of the hiring process and received interesting results. We’ve talked about how time matters based on results from… Read more »

The Start of the Remote Work Revolution

Remote Work

By Rhonda Werner, Recruiting Consultant – Partner Not sure that anyone saw the revolution of working from home starting as abruptly as it did, but as states are slowing talking about easing people back into the work force, where does this take the future of remote working? Many industries had embraced remote working well before… Read more »

NOW is the time to Interview – Tips for Conducting a Seamless Video Job Interview

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By Rhonda Werner, Recruiting Consultant – Partner Think about it. You, as a hiring manager, more than likely have more time on your hands than normal.  So do many of the most talented people in your field right now.  There’s probably never been a better time to access top talent than right now and most… Read more »