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5 Sure-Fire Ways to Attract Candidates to your Company

According to a Willis Towers Watson Study, 65% of companies are experiencing problems attracting top performers. There are ways in today’s highly competitive market to ensure that you are attracting the right talent.

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Management Succession Planning: Why You Should Start Today

It is easy to put management succession planning off until people near retirement, but Randall Beck, managing partner at Gallup, pointed out in a 2012 interview that succession plans need to be about more than putting a name behind a title and they should be reviewed often.

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Compensation Consulting to Retain Your Workforce

Top organizations, such as GE Company, are moving away from annual reviews and raises in favor of creating compensation systems that are more effective at improving employee performance and commitment to the company.

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The Overture Group Named One of the Coolest Places to Work

The Coolest Places to Work identifies and honors local companies that have created the most engaging and rewarding work environments. Premiering for 2016, The Overture Group (TOG) finished second in the small business (less than 20 employees) category.

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Millennials Are Changing the Way We Do Performance Reviews

As more companies are hiring Millennials, the traditional performance review will no longer seem beneficial to the younger workforce. According to a survey conducted by TriNet, a provider of HR services found that 1,000 U.S. full-time employees born after 1980 were not accepting of performance reviews.

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Why Candidates Are Not Interested In Your Company

Finding the right executive talent to ensure your company’s success is challenging, especially when you’re in a time crunch. All it takes is a more thorough understanding of what the candidate is looking for in a company, in order to present the most effective job and company description.

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Why CFOs & Senior Finance Executives Should Adopt Analytics

As we enter into the New Year, new statistics and trends show the adoption of analytics will double for CFOs and Senior Finance Executives.

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New Year, New Hiring Problems and Solutions

It’s time to reevaluate your current recruiting/hiring strategy because 2016 is quickly approaching and chances are you’re faced with the same hiring problems.

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5 Futuristic HR Jobs to Consider

The world of human resource management is evolving into a more complex and global development. HR departments will not look the same 10 years from now and leaders in the field will need skills in marketing and brand management, information technology, finance, corporate relations and community activism.

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New Proposed Rules Faults All Executives for Bad Accounting

According to an article in the WSJ, CFO Journal, the Securities and Exchange Commission is looking to issue new rules in which the blame falls on more than one executive. The SEC’s new rules would require companies to punish a wider range of top executives.

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