Each week Blogging4Jobs brings you the Top 5 Blogs in the #Workplace. These blogs come from all across the internet and highlight important topics being discussed in the space. We serve as your weekly recap of top blogs that we’ve read throughout the week. If we’ve missed any, let us know.
TOP BLOGS OF THE WEEK
Flex Work- Are You All-In or Being Trendy?: Just like skinny jeans and boat shoes flex work seems to be a growing trend. Trendy as it may be, problems can arise when organizations try to jump on the bandwagon without thinking through policy and procedures. Read More.
More Resumes VS. Enough Resumes: Finding a good candidate becomes a herculean task when a resumes screening process is antiquated and full of barriers. More often than not it’s not an issue of a lack of candidates, but rather having a flawed system. After all , it only takes one good candidate to fill a position. Read More.
Are We Disqualifying Great Talent Because They Don’t Have College Degrees?: It is extremely common for people to pursue careers in fields not at all related to their degree of study. That being said, what is the true value of having a 4-year degree, and is it truly an indicator for higher level performance? Read More.
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The Recruiter: In honor of the great Dr. Seuss our friends at WePow reflect on his impact on generations as well as channel his legendary style into a poem sure to resonate with any recruiter. Read More.
3 Ways to Better Outplacement Services: Outplacement services can be a critical tool when performing any sort of company lay offs and can help preserve good relations with former employees. There are a few area’s though that most services could use improvement in. Read More.
TOP BLOGGING4JOBS BLOG OF THE WEEK
Leaving a Job: 5 Tips for Doing it With Class: With a change of season in the air you may thinking about changing your employment as well. There are a lot of reasons people quit jobs and not all of them are negative. Regardless of the circumstances, be sure to leave with class. Read More.
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