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Hiring lessons from the 2012 NFL draft

If you’re a big NFL fan like me, the only thing that saves you from the Super Bowl blues (that sad feeling in the pit of your stomach driven by the long wait before next year’s season) is the mid-spring reminder of our pigskin pastime: the NFL draft. The first round is the most exciting…

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Get your E-Verify ducks in a row

If you search for news on E-Verify – the federal government’s system that verifies information provided in the Form I-9 and determines an employee’s eligibility to work in the United States – you won’t be short on results. U.S. law requires that employers only employ those who may legally work in the United States, and…

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Snagajob summer jobs survey shows earlier hiring

For the fifth straight year, Snagajob polled hiring managers charged with summer hiring to get a lay of the land and set expectations for the summer hiring season. While the results showed that summer hiring levels are expected to remain close to last year, we uncovered some notable differences for this year’s hiring season. First…


Must-reads from Mel: bigger payrolls, hardware stores and bad apples

Odds are that you don’t have the time you’d like to read all the blogs, articles or books that offer insight into the hourly hiring industry. So Snagajob asked our friend, Mel Kleiman – CSP, president of Humetrics, and a strategist for hiring and retaining the best hourly employees – to give us a rundown…

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Tread lightly when going social

We’ve heard a lot in the past few days about employers looking at applicants’ social media accounts as a way to gather additional information during the hiring process. The latest news in social media screening is that some employers are asking for applicants’ Facebook and other social media account passwords or are asking them to…


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