Tagged: Hiring

Prove it! Your first 90 days

90 days. If you are about to start a new job the first 90 days on the job are critical. This is the time you are expected to learn, ask questions, and begin to perform.  These first 3 months are also the time you are being closely monitored, observed, judged, and questioned.

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A Business’ Secret Weapon: Introverts as Leaders

In a world filled with outgoing, sociable, and charismatic leaders lies a large population of people whose secret weapons have the power to change organizations for the better. Introverts can be highly effective influencers when they use their natural strengths in the workplace rather than always forcing themselves to take on extroverted personality traits; however, […]

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National Time to Fill Job Vacancies at a 15-Year High

DiceHiring Indicators just recently released a report that measures the average time it takes to fill vacant positions. Their study found that the national average is 27 working days to fill an open job, a 15-year high. A job being filled is defined as an offer being accepted, and there usually is additional time until […]

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