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Don’t Be a Turkey When Interviewing Candidates!

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This year, many recent hires may be giving thanks they were able to take interview questions that were staler than last year’s apple pie and knock them out of the park like the Astro’s George Springer.

To avoid looking like a turkey, here are a few questions that savvy recruiters and hiring managers may want to drop from the interview menu.

Reap Benefits Beyond the Call of Duty by Hiring a Veteran

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On Saturday, November 11, America will once again celebrate Veterans Day. Many of us will pay a visit to a nearby veterans hospital, bringing comfort and brightening the day for elderly and injured servicemen and women. And many of us will show our appreciation by laying flowers on the graves of those who bravely sacrificed their very lives to defend our nation.

There’s something else you may also want to do this year: Hire a veteran. Here’s a brief look at the wealth of advantages they can contribute to your organization.

Best Practices for Social Media Use in Recruiting and Hiring [Infographic]

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During the ten years HireRight has conducted its annual Benchmark Reports, social media became not only a communication phenomenon but a useful tool in sourcing talent.

And as we found in our recently-published 2017 Employment Screening Benchmark Report, surveying thousands of HR professionals, it’s become virtually indispensable for recruiters, hiring managers as well as job candidates.

Take a look at HireRight’s “Best Practices Using Social Media in Recruiting and Hiring” for useful tips to use social media properly and effectively.

How Has Hiring Evolved? A Decade of Data [Infographic]

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Psst! Want to know… How many candidates – even at the highest levels – routinely lie on their resume? And what they lie about? The reasons that companies do not rescreen their employees, even though people change over time? Why it is that companies don’t adopt a global screening policy, when doing so is prudent […]

The Surprising Benefits of Hiring Older Talent

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Employers ignoring the many thousands of highly qualified tenured candidate applying for your open requisition may be denying themselves a great opportunity.

Seasoned Baby Boomers seeking to remain or re-enter the workforce offer loyalty, experience, the opportunity to mentor other staff, and numerous other attributes you may not find elsewhere, and probably at a most agreeable price.

Take a look at this article and see if you agree there’s a very savvy, steady and hard-working legion of talent you may want to give a second look to.