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Is job experience the best predictor of future performance?

Is job experience the best predictor of future performance?

By on Nov 16, 2012 in Recruiting Tips

When you’re hiring an IT specialist for a critical project, you need someone who will hit the ground running. You don’t have time to train them. You’re looking someone who’s proven themselves with years of on-the-job experience. Extra bonus points if their experience is with a competitor. Right? You might want to rethink that. I’ve been placing people in IT...

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Questions to Ask at the End of Your Job Interview

Questions to Ask at the End of Your Job Interview

By on Feb 3, 2012 in Job Search Tips

A lot of people do really well in an interview and then right before it’s about to end, the hiring manager asks the question that you are anticipating: “Do you have any questions for us?” The easy response is to say, “No. You have explained everything very thoroughly throughout the interview.” But this is not the response that is going to land you the job. Research...

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How to Hire an Online Marketing Specialist

How to Hire an Online Marketing Specialist

By on Jan 24, 2012 in Recruiting Tips, Stafflink 101, Technology Trends

Nearly every business is involved with some kind of online marketing. The opportunities for building an online community around your brand are endless: Facebook pages, blogging, Twitter, YouTube, and Google+ company pages are just a few. Where do you find people to help navigate the brave new world of social media marketing and carve out a niche for your brand. You...

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What to Wear to an Interview

What to Wear to an Interview

By on Sep 27, 2011 in Job Search Tips

Working at an IT staffing agency, I can tell you that presentation is everything, especially in an interview. What you wear and how you present yourself can have a real impact on how you are perceived in those first few moments of meeting a potential employer. Why not put your best face forward? If you have made it to the interview stage, chances are that the...

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