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experience

The case for applicants with too much experience

In the current job market, it’s not uncommon to come across an applicant who seems to have too much experience for your open position. An employer might think this applicant could get restless on the job or have trouble taking direction from management. Assumptions like these shouldn’t get in the way of you finding someone…

causework

Hire Millennials with a cause in mind

People are constantly trying to figure out how Millennials make decisions regarding purchase habits, eating habits and more. When it comes to knowing how this generation determines which job is a good fit for them, that’s something folks, especially employers, wish they had a grasp on. By 2020, 80 percent of the hourly workforce will…

Peter

Peter’s Take: Connecting people to people

I talk to employers about recruiting almost every day and one of the things I often hear is how they know within the first 30 seconds if someone is likely not a fit. The CEO of a major US bank once shared, “I won’t hire someone who has not smiled in the first 30 seconds.”…

technology

Technology should change the way you hire…

It goes without saying, but technology is playing a huge role in the future of hourly. Tablets at tables and counters, the ability to order online beforehand, even electric tipping – this is the new direction of customer service for restaurants and retailers. But as with all technology, people are a key part of success…

back2skool

Back-to-school roundup

The students are coming! The students are coming! Actually, they’re probably already here. And if you’re trying to do some recruiting while school is in session, there are a few steps you can take to grab students’ attention. Luckily, we have a collection of blog posts devoted to just that topic so we decided to…

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