REPORT: Chicago Job Growth Reaches 25-Year High

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Chicago is one of the most prominent cities that is leaving their recession woes behind. Since the late 2000s, many regions have struggled with the consequences of the Great Recession. But our city is bouncing back in a big way. Although some metropolitan areas are still in recovery, Chicago is seeing a job growth high […]

Is the Boomerang Employee Right for Your Company?

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Employees leave for a variety of reasons, and not always on poor terms. The surge of boomerang employees, workers that return to companies where they were previously employed, shows ways supervisors can take advantage of trends in the industry. Someone with ready knowledge about the company’s inner workings can be an asset, or a detriment, […]

Boring Job Descriptions Lead to Boring Job Candidates

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Company culture can be a mark of pride for an organization that strives to be different and meet the expectations of the staff and their clients. If you’ve got a corporate environment you’re proud of and are vying to cultivate a certain image, you want to make sure you’re drawing in people that fit the […]

Red Flags to Avoid in the Hiring Process

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Often when you’re interviewing candidates for a position, it can be difficult to tell which worker will be the best fit. From reviewing resumes to sending out an offer, the process can be difficult to manage. How do you know who is going to work smart and be a valuable asset to your company all […]

You Made a Bad Hire (It Happens) – Now What?

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When you’re in a rush to acquire talent for your company, it can be easy to overlook a candidate’s shortcomings during the interview. Sometimes professionals make a mistake – when you’re in a rush or even when you go through a thorough hiring process). What happens when your newest employee just won’t cut it? What’s […]