Tagged: Recruitment

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Taking the Untraditional Career Path

Recently, I was asked if I would like to be on a panel to speak to a group of parents and students at Marlborough High who would be looking for job opportunities potentially right out of school. Reflecting on my own experience and my ‘untraditional’ career path in to Recruiting, I thought this would be […]

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Should I Disclose My Salary To a Recruiter?

With the Pay Equity Act and other similar regulations coming into play, there has been a lot of debate on relaying current or past salary information to recruiters. In a short amount of time, many states will ban the question of current or past salary ranges being asked to candidates entirely. However, it is extremely […]

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Using Branding Integrity To Fuel Your Recruitment Strategy

Brand Integrity is no longer a nice-to-have, it’s a must-have. In fact, according to Glassdoor, 69% of jobseekers would not take a job with a company that had a bad reputation, even if they were unemployed. The strength of your organization depends on your ability to hire and retain not only top talent but also […]

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IT Staffing Solutions for Healthcare Security

IT Staffing Solutions for Healthcare Security

From HIPAA and data breaches to the patient perspective and EHRs, healthcare has never faced so many critical challenges at once. The need to comply with new regulations and requirements for protecting patient health information will not only require a robust security strategy but will also demand sufficient IT resources to implement it. We understand […]

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Do You Know Your Company’s Cost-Per-Hire

Do You Know Your Company’s Cost-Per-Hire ?

Most businesses know what it costs them to turn the lights on each month or have enough printer paper. They know what it costs to ship their goods and cover payroll, but it’s surprising to hear that the majority of companies and hiring managers are unaware of their cost-per-hire. 

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