Posts Tagged: Employment Pittsburgh

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There is no “right way” to write a resume. Since you are unique so is your resume.  Make sure your resume is a reflection of what you bring to the position. Use your resume to obtain an interview, not to get the job. Be clear and concise but there is no need to go into… Read more »

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Recruiting candidates changes widely from one open position to the next. Sometimes a position needs to be filled fast, and candidate qualifications are flexible. Sometimes only one qualification matters, and the identification of a candidate with this unique skill set can be considered a home run, even if the process takes six months. Sometimes strong recruiting requires… Read more »

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In this extended period of economic growth, the unemployment rate has continued to steadily drop. There are a number of ways to look at the amount of people who are unemployed as it gets classified into a number of categories. In August 2015, high school graduates with no college experience have a 5.5 percent unemployment… Read more »

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It’s standard practice these days for any employer to run a background check on any candidate they are thinking of hiring. Effectively vetting a candidate is often a process of peeling back layers of obscurity, and a background check reveals important information you won’t get anywhere else. We’ve collected some strategies to help you conduct… Read more »

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Conflict on teams is inevitable and unavoidable. That’s why you should worry less about putting a stop to conflict entirely and worry more about managing it effectively. That typically requires you to directly confront difficult people who create friction because of their performance or personality. It’s never easy, but if you don’t address the cause… Read more »