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9 Tools You Need to Use to Better Manage Your Freelancers

02 February 2017
As more companies move to a mobile workforce, it can be a challenge for managers to adapt to the dynamics of managing a team that includes workers scattered across different time zones and geographic locations.   Luckily, as teams have become more location-independent, many companies have developed tools that make managing freelancers almost as simple … Continue reading “9 Tools You Need to Use to Better Manage Your Freelancers”

5 Creative Ways to Assess Candidates in Job Interviews

26 January 2017
It can be easy to just go through the motions when conducting a job interview. The candidate talks about their work history. The interviewer asks about strengths and weaknesses. And the interview ends and the hiring team makes a decision. It’s too often based on information that was already known about the candidate and not … Continue reading “5 Creative Ways to Assess Candidates in Job Interviews”

Tips for Recruiting Tech Talent in Competitive Areas

19 January 2017
There has never been a more exciting time to work in tech. Jobs that once seemed boring or best left to nerdy computer experts are now more sought after than ever before. Everyday it seems like there is a new gadget on the market or app to download and many people want to participate in … Continue reading “Tips for Recruiting Tech Talent in Competitive Areas”

The Importance of Hiring a Passionate Tribe for Your Startup

10 January 2017
Hiring the right team is imperative for building a strong foundation for your startup. It may seem like a no-brainer to find talent with the most experience or highest degrees but this criterion doesn’t show you they’re passionate about their work.   In fact, 88 percent of employees don’t have a passion for what they … Continue reading “The Importance of Hiring a Passionate Tribe for Your Startup”

Does a Great Company Culture Really Attract Top Talent?

05 January 2017
For the most part, the workplace of today is not your father’s office. Many companies have replaced cubicles with open space. Fluorescent lights have been retired in favor of natural light. And offices with stocked kitchens and ping pong tables aren’t rare anymore. Companies provide these perks as part of their organizational culture. People do … Continue reading “Does a Great Company Culture Really Attract Top Talent?”