hiring

OPINION: When “just enough” is just right

By Synergis / September 7, 2022
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I recently read an article about a Swedish philosophy – Lagom – that changed my view on life. It translates as “just the right amount.” The concept is not new, but applicable to many things in our lives, especially how we look at work and making money.   Lagom means knowing when enough is enough…

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What job seekers truly care about

By Synergis / August 3, 2022
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Some have said that the “Great Rehire” is akin to throwing a pack of cards in the air. Eventually, you can put the deck back together, but not everyone will end up in the same spot.   In this job market, we’re in the “putting-the-deck-back-together” stage. I attended a webinar recently that I’m hoping has…

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Thinking beyond the traditional four-year degree

By Ashley Harwell, Director, Learning & Development / July 27, 2022
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Back-to-school season always makes me a bit nostalgic. It transports me back to the end of summer days I spent eagerly anticipating the start of a new school year. Sadly, my kids don’t always share my enthusiasm for heading back to school.   Last week, talk of the new school year prompted my youngest to…

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What job seekers truly care about

By Team Synergis / July 20, 2022
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CareerBuilder, ClearlyRated and the American Staffing Association partnered to publish the 2022 Job Candidate Study. They surveyed 1,394 job candidates, with a good mix of full-time employed, unemployed and those actively looking for a job. And put it all together in an informative webinar called “The Great Rehire and What Job Seekers Truly Care About.”…

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Hot trends in tech hiring

By Team Synergis / June 22, 2022
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Dice analyzed 1+ billion current and historical job postings worldwide for its annual Tech Salary Report: 2022 Edition. They also surveyed registered job seekers and site visitors between August 2021 and October 2021 to gather the trends in tech hiring. We compiled some of the highlights for you.  

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How to Include LGBTQ allyship into your DE&I efforts

By Lindsey Carbo, Technical Recruiter / June 1, 2022
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“Don’t ask, don’t tell” was implemented in the military as a way to reduce any prejudice by forcing those in the LGBTQ community to keep their sexuality a secret. For some reason, that mindset translated to the corporate workforce. However, the amended version I’ve experienced is “Don’t ask, but let me tell you about my…

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Are you really ready to hire?

By Jenna Carpenter, Account Manager / May 18, 2022
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Have you ever bought a shiny new car (dress, watch, phone, etc.) and regretted it almost immediately? You’re not alone. It’s only human to have this innate FOMO (fear of missing out) and jump into things before you’re ready.   The same can be true when hiring for an open position. You may not completely…

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Manage an efficient hiring process in the hottest market in decades

By Anna Geyer, Account Delivery Manager / April 27, 2022
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Last week, a colleague of mine in our Atlanta office had a candidate going on their seventh interview – yes, I said seventh – for a contract position. That’s just too many, especially in this competitive job market where you need to act fast.   In this scenario, the company offered the candidate the job…

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The challenge (and potential solution) to attract top talent

By Hunter Smith, Account Executive / April 20, 2022
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Good businesses depend on good people. Leaders across all business sectors know the importance of hiring top talent; but as the world continues to change, so do the requirements for companies to attract this talent. These changes are especially notable in the technology field.

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Let’s get connected: the power of networking

By Tracey Klein, Executive Vice President, Strategy / April 13, 2022
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I am a firm believer in the power of networking, for yourself and the community around you. Every significant role in the progression of my career has been through networking. Even changes in my husband’s career point directly back to one person who gave a personal referral. We are not unique, there are thousands and thousands of stories like ours. 

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