Why Company Culture is Essential for a Successful Business

Every company has it’s own unique culture, made up of the working environment, the special ways that things are done and the people who make up the team. The culture of a company can affect lots of aspects of the business, from talent attraction and the retention of existing staff, to the brand’s reputation among the […]

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10 Tips For Keeping Your Best Employees Happy

By Karlyn Borysenko Your best employees are the people who drive your organization forward – they are more creative, more productive, and bring more value to your organization. So, keeping them happy must be a priority, because these are the employees that are typically not replaceable. Here are 10 tips on how you can do […]

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5 Tips To Attract Talented (but Passive) Sales Reps in 2016

It’s no surprise that many employers find themselves “underwhelmed” by the potential pool of candidates they attract after posting an ad to fill a sales position. The reason is simple. Top-performing sales professionals are typically employed, busy selling, networking and creating new contacts, leaving relatively no time to search job boards. So how are companies […]

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Your Plan For Success In 2016 Needs These Ingredients

By Deborah J. Millhouse As the great Benjamin Franklin once said, “If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” Despite his many talents, I don’t believe this Founding Father ever worked for a staffing firm. However, this famous quote is very applicable to our industry. As we enter each new year, it’s critical […]

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Here’s What It Means to Be Strategic

By Patty Azzarello December 1, 2015 TLNT I often talk about my leadership workshops as helping leaders think and work more strategically. I was recently talking to a group of middle managers who were eager for development and one brave soul asked me, “Can you define what you mean by ‘strategic’.” I created this table […]

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How to Stay Motivated During the Festive Season

By Ruby Lowe As well as being one of the most wonderful times of the year, the holiday season can also be a major productivity killer. It’s a time to celebrate and have fun – but what are some ways that you can do this, as well as keeping productivity high? Take a look at […]

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3 Ways to Establish an Enviable Diversity Program

By: Brendan O’Neill on November 23, 2015. There’s no denying that over the last few years, diversity initiatives have been thrust into the spotlight. Although organizations have touted their commitment to diversity for years, it was Intel CEO Brian Krazanich who, at this year’s CES event, put it most emphatically: It is not good enough […]

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5 Tried and True Tips to Help HR Managers or Business Owners Succeed in Negotiations with a Sales Superstar

By: Courtney Keene Dale Carnegie, famous author of How to Win Friends and Influence People, once said: “By fighting you never get enough, but by yielding you get more than you expected.” HR Managers and business owners who have their sights set on securing a talented sales rep or sales manager for their company will […]

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CareerBuilder Hiring Forecast: Big Finish to Year

By John Zappe Job growth may have slowed in August and September, and staffing’s outlook is less robust than it has been, but CareerBuilder says this fourth quarter could see some of the strongest hiring since 2006. Its quarterly hiring forecast says 34 percent of U.S. employers plan to add full-time, permanent workers before the […]

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Is Your Company Resisting the Future of Hiring?

By Scott Wintrip The CEO of Uber recently posed one of the most important questions talent acquisition leaders can ask about their own organizations. Appearing during the first week of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Travis Kalanick was asked about the future of Uber. He focused on Uber Eats, an on-demand food delivery service […]

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