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The Better Hire? The 50-year-old IT Veteran or the Fresh Grad?

Via Networkworld: Does the new grad have the edge or are you betting on the vet? http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/81562

Started by Terry Starr in Link Exchange

8 Oct 19, 2012
Reply by Raphael Fang

Weekend Watch: Social Media Issues at Work

The way we engage professionally via social media is offering new opportunities in the world of work. However, it’s also limiting the overa…

Started by Terry Starr in Link Exchange

0 Sep 28, 2012

Hit the Mark with Customized Incentives

Unless you work on Wall Street, you probably didn’t get a year-end bonus checks last year. Forty-three percent of companies don’t give out…

Started by Terry Starr in Link Exchange

0 Feb 2, 2012

Use Your Imagination to Hire Positive Thinkers

Wouldn’t it be great if every new hire had a positive attitude? Studies show that positive thinkers are more productive and resilient, in f…

Started by Terry Starr in Link Exchange

0 Jan 31, 2012

Tech Recruiting: Nine Ways to Rock Your Next Interview

The competition for IT talent gets tougher every day, so hiring managers have to be in top form to land the best candidates. Walking into a…

Started by Terry Starr in Link Exchange

0 Jan 29, 2012

Make Sure Telecommuters Get Off on the Right Foot

With budgets tight and the residential real estate marketing still in a funk, both candidates and employers are reluctant to incur relocati…

Started by Terry Starr in Link Exchange

0 Jan 26, 2012

It’s Time for Painless Performance Reviews

Performance reviews are like the weather, everyone talks about them, but until recently, it seemed that HR didn’t want to do anything about…

Started by Terry Starr in Link Exchange

0 Jan 26, 2012

Cost Per Hire: How Do You Stack Up?

Companies are directing more of their time and recruiting budgets toward social media, but are those investments paying off? Read results o…

Started by Terry Starr in Link Exchange

0 Jan 26, 2012

Dice Survey: Silicon Valley Average Tech Salary Tops $100,000

Salaries for Silicon Valley tech pros topped an average of $100,000 for the first time last year, according to a Dice salary survey.

Started by Terry Starr in Link Exchange

0 Jan 26, 2012

Risk Mitigation Techniques for Talent Management

Any investment you put into your talent could go to your competitor when people move on. That fear of lost investment often creates a relu…

Started by Terry Starr in Link Exchange

0 Dec 30, 2011

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