Category: HR Topics

Why the Fall is My Favorite Time to Work

Why the Fall is My Favorite Time to Work

I woke up feeling chilly this morning, left early to beat the school buses on my route to work and even had time to stop for a coffee. I stood in line at Starbucks behind a fellow patron who ordered a venti pumpkin spice chai latte with soy milk. That’s when it hit me, “Yeah…fall […]

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3 Ways to Improve Your Employer Brand with College Students

3 Ways to Improve Your Employer Brand with College Students

The skills gap is too wide! There are not enough engineering students! College recruiting is hard! Attracting diverse candidates is a challenge! These are all things we’ve heard from our technology clients very recently.  Finding and attracting recent grads or soon-to-be grads is tough. Not every environment is Google or Amazon or Facebook. So how […]

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Engineering Principles Put to Work in Employee Engagement

Engineering Principles Put to Work in Employee Engagement

Just how important is building an engaged and cohesive team? If you were to ask Bill Belichick about the importance of a team which pushes in one direction for a common goal, my money is on this being at the top of his priority list. As a lifelong resident of Greater Boston and die-hard Patriots fan, […]

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The Importance of LinkedIn for Employer Branding

The Importance of LinkedIn for Employer Branding

When people think of employer branding on social media, they first refer to a company’s pages, the content they share, and the tone in which they communicate with followers. While definitely the main communication device for brands, a company’s page is just the surface of its employer branding on LinkedIn.

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How to Find a Genuine Candidate

How to Find a Genuine Candidate

When I say “genuine”, I don’t necessarily mean a kind, charity-giving, family person. Although those qualities are great, what I mean is authentic and honest. Recruiters speak to multiple candidates every day, so finding the ones that truly mean what they say (or what their resumes say) can be a challenge. Often recruiters face the […]

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