Posts Tagged: Hiring Tips and Best Practices

Is Your Best Friend a Good Hire?

We’ve said it over and over again that being referred to a company by a current employee is the quickest way to get your foot in the door.  The percentage of new hires that come through their current employees’ network is increasing at an unprecedented rate.  At Ernst & Young, 45 percent of non-entry placements… Read More »

Should You Hire Someone that is Currently Unemployed?

Recent research by Northeastern University suggests that candidates who lack the right skills are likely to be hired over a more qualified candidate that has been out of work longer than six months.  Hiring managers fall to the bias that if the unemployed candidate was good, someone would have already hired them.  However, this is… Read More »