Category: TalentBridge News

Featured Image: How Can You Help Overcome a Company’s Biggest Challenges?

How Can You Help Overcome a Company’s Biggest Challenges?

July 31, 2015 | TalentBridge News

When you vie for a desired position, it’s critical to emphasize the importance of the role you will play in solving a company’s problems and helping them meet their business-critical goals and objectives. It’s about finding their pain points and making them go away – and communicating the return they will realize on the investment […]

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Featured Image: Do Employees Value Compensation or Professional Growth?

Do Employees Value Compensation or Professional Growth?

July 24, 2015 | TalentBridge News

One of your greatest challenges as an employer is finding and keeping top talent. What can you do to attract the best employees, and then entice them to stay? Does the secret to success lie in topping your competitors when it comes to your salary package – or is professional growth the deal breaker? The […]

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Featured Image: How to Recruit Top Tech Talent in Charlotte

How to Recruit Top Tech Talent in Charlotte

July 17, 2015 | TalentBridge News

Finding the best tech talent can be a challenge. Traditional recruiting methods don’t always apply. The candidates you want and need are out there, but how do you best source, hire and retain them for the benefit of your company? Think Outside the Box Rethink your candidate selection process to find the most game-changing IT […]

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Featured Image: Don’t Lose Top Employees

Don’t Lose Top Employees

July 10, 2015 | TalentBridge News

Your business is only as good as your people. Great products and competitive service will only take you so far. Happy employees translate into happy customers, and happy customers likewise translate into higher profits. Employee satisfaction is a reliable predictor of employee retention. While many employees leave in search of fatter paychecks, the underlying reason […]

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Featured Image: Questions Top Candidates Will Ask You during an Interview

Questions Top Candidates Will Ask You during an Interview

You can tell a lot about a candidate based on the types of questions they ask. Remember: It’s not just your interview; it’s theirs, too. By being prepared to answer these questions, you’ll be better positioned to attract and close the best talent. At the same time, you’ll gain valuable insight into a candidate’s personality, […]

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Featured Image: How to Investigate a Candidate’s Employment History

How to Investigate a Candidate’s Employment History

“Why did you leave your last job, and what have you been doing since then?” This is the first question you need answered as you verify a candidate’s employment history. You may need to probe more deeply into their professional past as well, but this is where you “hit start” in the process. Get the […]

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Featured Image: Maybe Consider that Job Hopper?

Maybe Consider that Job Hopper?

May 22, 2015 | TalentBridge News

Many employers  look for a history of longevity in service when considering  candidates for a position. But could you be missing out on excellent people by judging them on the length of time on the job? The economic climate has changed over the last few years, and frequent job changes don’t always bear the stigma […]

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Featured Image: Your Workforce Needs Millennials

Your Workforce Needs Millennials

Also known as Generation Y, millennials are the 80 million young adults born between 1976 and 2001. This highly ambitious population group places top importance on jobs with good chances for career progression and personal growth. By 2020, millennials will make up 46 percent of the global workforce, as older baby boomers continue to retire. […]

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Featured Image: Interviewing a Candidate with an Employment Gap

Interviewing a Candidate with an Employment Gap

April 24, 2015 | TalentBridge News

Many good candidates have resume gaps. It doesn’t mean they don’t deserve consideration. In fact, if you eliminate them based solely on this factor, you may inadvertently reject top talent. Be sure you have all the facts so you can make an informed decision. “Unemployed” doesn’t equate to “uneducated, inexperienced” or “unqualified.” In the aftermath […]

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Featured Image: Rebranding Yourself Mid-Career

Rebranding Yourself Mid-Career

April 17, 2015 | Resume Tips, TalentBridge News

When you introduce yourself to a new company as a prospective employee, you’re in a unique position to reinvent yourself for the future. There are numerous ways you can frame your past, assert your capabilities and emphasize the unique contribution you could make if hired. Consider these tips as you seek to put a new […]

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