It’s not uncommon to see job postings requiring a plethora of information, such as cover letters, salary histories, writing samples, references, and responses to essay questions. Assuming these requests are not made in a discriminatory manner, hey – it’s a recruiter’s or hiring manager’s prerogative, right?
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You referred a rock star for the open position at your company and you’re due a referral bonus. Awesome, right? But, don’t forget – the taxman usually cometh.
In a world where wearing hoodies and t-shirts to work is becoming more and more common, how should job seekers dress for interviews?
Team decision-making often yields better results than when a choice is made solely by one individual. And in hiring, it’s no different!
While you can't "unsee" the job seeker's photo, follow these tips to ensure you do the right thing AND find the right person for the job.