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6 Ways to Change the Recruitment Experience 

Thanks to a challenging hiring environment, companies are struggling more than ever to hire people for open positions, in many cases “it’s taking longer to fill jobs today than in any other period in the postindustrial era.” In today’s competitive market in which 51 percent of applicants keep “[looking] for other jobs even when an […]

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A Movement to Fix Feedback

Feedback.   Just hearing that word can make someone’s blood pressure rise—and his or her defenses go up. Many people consider it a dirty word associated with bias, politics, resentment, and self doubt. With such a negative reputation that’s been built one lousy experience at a time, feedback definitely has a branding problem. Yet anyone […]

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A Key Question about ADA Accommodations

Because many employers are not well versed in the Americans with Disabilities Act, they are often uncertain about whether a requested accommodation must be granted. The good news is that an accommodation does not have to be granted if it does not actually allow the employee to perform his or her job. The purpose of […]

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The Future is Now: How to Build a Resume for the Digital Age

Have you ever applied to a job on a big job site, like Indeed or ZipRecruiter? Did you ever wonder what happens after you press that magic button? Does anyone even get your information?? In the end, the answer is yes, but it’s a little more complicated than that. Modern technology has transformed job-seeking into […]

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3 simple ways to calm your nerves before a big event-like an interview!

We all know how it physically feels to be nervous- it’s not great! Sweaty palms, a racing heartbeat, and feeling like you’ve got a lump in your throat are all tell-tale signs that your body is reacting to something in your environment that’s got you feeling anxious. Feeling nervous from time to time is a […]

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Asking for a raise: the basics

By Sarah Ash You’ve found a job you love. You go into work each day, and suddenly the problems and challenges you’ve faced at work in the past don’t seem so daunting anymore. You look forward to working with your peers and finding success together. Even when the going gets tough, you find new and […]

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How to write a great resume: Tips from Employment Solutions‘ recruiters

By Sarah Ash Do you have a resume? It’s one of the first questions we ask candidates that apply with us at Employment Solutions. What is the main purpose of a resume? To help get you to the next step in the hiring process. Yes, the overall goal is to get hired, but a resume […]

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How to make the switch to better hires

Nulite Story   Patrick Hersco of Nulite Lighting thought there was one way to hire manufacturing employees: the hard way.The way where you wade through the same old candidates who swim around the candidate pool, hire a handful, pray that a couple actually are worth keeping, and then repeat all over again the process the […]

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What to Do When Your Job Is Stressing You Out!

Work and stress seem to go hand-in-hand. Project deadlines, productivity goals and complications with your boss or co-workers can send your stress levels through the roof. A recent study from the American Psychological Association found that over one third of American workers are battling chronic work stress. Not only is this stress costing billions of […]

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10 Ways to Relax at Work

Being stressed at work leads to burn-out, which is what every company wants to avoid. The Employment Solutions experts in Columbus, frequently recommend to both employees and employers that it’s imperative for employees to decompress while at work in order to maintain a healthy work environment and keep productivity up. Here are 10 ways to […]

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