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As a manager, you have serious sway over your employees. A great boss creates a second-to-none culture that’s fun, engaging and rewarding, while a subpar manager only inspires people to find a new job. Clearly, you want to model your behavior after the former, but knowing how to do this isn’t always easy. Being the… Read more »

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How can you tell if a job candidate has the ability to work under stress? To best gauge this skill in an interview, you need to ask questions that reveal not only whether a person has the right qualifications for the job, but also how well they function under pressure. An individual’s demeanor during an… Read more »

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Onboarding an experienced professional – or any employee, for that matter – is far too important to leave to chance. However, it takes more time and a greater investment to onboard a veteran than it does an entry-level worker. The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has reported that the time to onboard an executive… Read more »

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At the end of an interview, hiring managers typically ask candidates if they have any additional questions before wrapping things up. There are plenty of appropriate, intelligent inquiries to choose from that may improve your chances of getting an offer, but “Did I get the job?” is not one of them. You can inquire on… Read more »