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Hiring Process is Getting Longer

A recent article in the Wall Street Journal reports that employers are taking longer to pull the trigger on hiring decisions than in years past. According to the article: the average job in 2014 sat vacant for 27.3 days before filled; this is compared to only 15.3 days five years ago the average interview process

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The 3 Most Important Interview Questions

Preparing for a job interview can be intimidating. What should you wear?  Will you be able to find the place?  How early should you arrive? But probably the most terrifying concern of all is “What questions will they ask?”. 3 Important Interview Questions Bernard Marr wrote a great article on LinkedIn that can help take

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How Not to Get the Interview

When we’re conducting a CFO search for clients, it’s not unusual for me to read through (yes, I actually read them) hundreds of resumes looking for people I’d like to get to know better in an interview.  Through the process, I sometime feel a little like Goldilocks;  some resumes are too long and detailed, some

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The Hiring Process is a Two-Way Street

Reading through resumes, interviewing candidates, and narrowing down to the ideal few candidates are critical aspects of hiring a new employee.  Employers may feel like they are always in full control. But the job candidates have a significant amount of control as well.  The hiring process is a two-way street.  A company creates a concise list

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Choosing a Software Dealer

See Also: How to Evaluate IT Systems Technology Assessment Criteria Technology Strategy for Small to Medium Sized Companies Backup and Disaster Recovery Solutions How to Respond to an Imminent Disaster Threat Choosing a Software Dealer How? Choosing the people to partner with you in software selection and implementation is very similar to getting married –

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Due Diligence

See Also: Due Diligence on Lenders Auditor Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) Audit Committee Loan Agreement Due Diligence Definition The Due Diligence definition is an extensive qualitative and quantitative look at a company. It helps company leaders make the best informed business decision about a company. Furthermore, Due Diligence is often associated with audits, where it

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