How to Hire for Temporary Positions (And 3 Things to Avoid)
Hiring someone for a temporary position has many benefits for your company. It allows you to save money on taxes & benefits for a position that you might only need part of the year. More importantly It gives you the opportunity to evaluate someone in the position before committing to the hire.
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Four Tips To Set Yourself Apart in Group Interviews
Group interviews are a popular option for many companies, and for good reason. Interviewing many candidates at once offers a host of benefits for the hiring company. Interviewing potential candidates in a group saves a significant amount of time in the resource search.
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7 Questions to Ask in an Interview
It can certainly be easy, when preparing for an interview, to focus on what potential questions the interviewer may ask of you and plan your answers accordingly. While this is clearly a great way to mentally prep for your interview, preparing some of your own questions is a vital step that, many times, interviewees forget.
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How to Prepare for Your Video Interview
In theory, all you need to prepare for a video interview is an internet connection and a webcam. In reality, the ability to shine on-camera takes a bit of skill and planning. You do not need broadcast journalism experience to perform well in a video interview, but knowing a few video interviewing basics can help set you apart from the competition.
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How to Write a Job Description
Your job description is your ticket to determining whether or not candidates are going to pay attention to your open position. You need to provide enough information to catch the attention of interested candidates: something that will set your open position apart from the crowd of other, similar positions in your industry. Stuck on how to write a great job description? Make sure you keep some of these tips in mind.
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How To Create Greater Transparency in Private Equity Investing
Private Equity Fund managers anticipated a rollback in compliance regulations with the Trump administration, and in fact the House passed a bill early this year that would repeal the Dodd-Frank Act. The Senate, however, did not take a vote on the bill and chances are that it has little chance for passage in the upcoming 2019 Congressional session. This means that the move towards more transparency in Private Equity investing continues, as investors and fund managers alike see the benefits in cle
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How To Create The Perfect LinkedIn Headline
With over 20,000 companies using LinkedIn for recruiting and 3 million jobs posted per month in the U.S. alone, candidates have a great opportunity to use their profile to land a great position. One of the most powerful ways to do this is with a purposeful LinkedIn headline.
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Bloomberg: Quants Are Facing a Crisis of Confidence
Wall Street’s quant wizards often argue that many of their math-driven strategies are designed for the long-term. But they’ve rarely had to shout this loud.
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Tips For Following Up After A Job Interview
You did it! After sending in your resume and receiving that welcome call from human resources, you went through your job interview with flying colors! But what do you do while you wait to hear back? Should you call or email to follow up?
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How to Answer the Question “What Is Your Greatest Weakness?” in a Job Interview
Practicing your answers to key interview questions ahead of time is a great way to improve your confidence and help your interview flow smoothly. There’s one question, however, that many candidates simply dread: “What is your greatest weakness?” Planning for this question and preparing an answer could change the way the interviewer views your eligibility for the position. If you’re faced with this dreaded interview question, try some of these strategies.
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