These three qualities are essentially what every hiring manager, every search firm, and every company looks for in a qualified candidate, though they may not describe it in those exact words.
The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal held a panel discussion recently, featuring three experts to talk about the changing needs across industries for workforce planning.
Hiring in this new age of technology, where just about anything can be found with a simple Google search or a few clicks of the mouse, should be just as easy as ordering your groceries on Amazon or hailing an Uber. Right?
The fastest growing demographic of job applicants are passive candidates. These candidates are gainfully employed, but their skills and experience make them attractive to other potential employers.
The best of hiring managers and human resource professionals will admit they have made a bad hire at one point in their careers. These bad hires can cost thousands of dollars. In recent study by Careerbuilder,