• Hire Minds- Is this event for me? - Susan Stavitzski

    Have you ever thought how amazing it would be to get a bunch of hourly hiring managers from all levels of different organizations together to discuss their biggest challenges and share best practices? We had the same thought! Which is why we are getting ready to celebrate the fifth year of Hire Minds. Hire Minds…
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  • Hire Minds highlights: old school vs. new school - Imani Holmes

    The  2013 Hire Minds summit is the only event held annually that specifically addresses the general practices and challenges of hiring for the hourly workplace. Leaders from different parts of the hourly industry, including restaurants and retail, come together to share and explore the best practices for maximizing the potential of hourly workers and those who employ…
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  • Are you ready for Hire Minds 2013? - Imani Holmes

    This year marks Snagajob’s fourth year hosting the Hire Minds Hourly Hiring Summit, which gives enthusiastic members of the hourly hiring industry the chance to share expertise on attracting, hiring and retaining the best employees. Held April 21-23 at the Lansdowne Resort in Leesburg, Va., this year’s Hire Minds will be headlined by keynote presenters…
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  • QSR Magazine: Snagajob’s ‘Hire Minds Summit’ to deliver hiring expertise - Imani Holmes

    The HR executives and operations professionals who lead America’s hourly workforce will gather to share best practices focused on attracting, hiring, and retaining the best employees during Snagajob’s fourth annual Hire Minds Hourly Hiring Summit, which will be held April 21-23 at the Lansdowne Resort in Leesburg, Virginia. Read more.

  • SATISFACTION, GUARANTEED - Susan Stavitzski

    Shortly after the remarkably accomplished Steve Jobs died, someone tweeted simply: “iSad.” (And probably from an iPhone, according to a study). Yep. Me, too. When he gave Stanford University’s commencement address on June 12, 2005, Jobs said, “the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the…
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  • HIRE MINDS WRAP: DAY TWO TAKEAWAYS - Imani Holmes

    Day Two of Snagajob’s Hire Minds Hiring Summit wrapped up last Friday afternoon, dropping the closing curtain on the third-annual conference. I’d like to take the chance to summarize the best of the best practices brought forth by our esteemed speakers during Day Two. (Be sure to check out the highlights of Hire Minds Day…
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  • HIRE MINDS DAY ONE: TOP 5 TAKEAWAYS - Susan Stavitzski

    As we kick off Day Two of the Hire Minds Hiring Summit, let’s quickly rewind and rehash some of Thursday’s best takeaways: 5. “It’s all about individuals.” – Snagajob Founder and CEO Shawn Boyer You can categorize members of the hourly workforce into a zillion buckets and offer benefits superior to even the sweetest salaried…
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  • JOIN THE HIRE MINDS MOVEMENT - Susan Stavitzski

    Want to know what’s working for the savviest of HR practitioners on the social media front? (Or at least want to avoid starring in a future anecdote about something gone terribly awry?) Want to learn surefire (and bestselling) motivational tactics for engaging employees at all levels? (Something with more science baked into it than your…
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  • Hourly Recruitment Reaches Innovation Summit - Imani Holmes

    We won’t pretend it’s a secret: In many HR circles, hourly hiring has lagged behind salaried recruitment ever since the first “Help Wanted” sign was taped to the door. As the Second Annual Hire Minds conference wrapped up last Friday afternoon, it was clear that the gap between people processes had been bridged. And this…
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  • Hire Minds Takes Flight - Susan Stavitzski

    Hire Minds is the second annual gathering of experts in the hourly recruitment and retention space. The two-day event is a comprehensive dialogue on industry innovation and best practices. But it’s so much more than a conference aimed at improving the hourly industry’s hiring metrics and bottom line. Hire Minds is also an altruistic experiment aimed at enhancing the lives of the 70 million Americans powering our economy. America’s companies don’t just want the best employees – they recognize the value of bettering their lives.