All You Need to Know About Recruiting Your Best Team

Marikaye DeTemple Kane

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The war for talent continues to wage, leaving many employers feeling lost and unsure about how to fill their talent needs. Rushing hires can result in high turnover, but keeping a position unfilled can be detrimental to productivity. These times call for planning. Hiring professionals need to develop and implement strong recruitment strategies to fill their needs with talent who … Read More

In The World Of Facebook These Are The Secrets You Need To Know

Kristen Klempert

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Many people find social media confusing. And I don’t blame you. If you have more of a practical or analytical brain, it can be especially difficult to understand the “why” of best social media practices. You’ve been told to post in a certain way at a certain time, but have no idea what the logic is behind it all. But … Read More

How Career Opportunities Are In The Hands Of The Job Seeker

Heather R. Huhman


Applying for jobs is intimidating, especially when it feels like the power is in the hands of recruiters. How many different job boards and networking sites do you have logins for? How many times have you clicked on the refresh button in your email just to see if you’ve gotten a response about an opportunity you applied for months ago? There’s no … Read More

5 Ways To Build Better Relationships With The Media

Amanda Brenci

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“Take me off your email list.” Whether you’re a public relations professional or small business trying to get some media buzz, this is the last thing you want to hear when striving to build mutually-beneficial relationships with the media. Especially when that list doesn’t even exist. Unfortunately, the “remove me from your email list” burn is an all-too-common response from … Read More

4 Signs It’s Time To Change Your Job (And 2 Signs It’s Not)

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The working world isn’t the same as it used to be. With millennials changing jobs four times in their first decade out of college, according to a recent study by LinkedIn, we’re a long way away from the time where people stayed at the same company from first day to last. While many bemoan the frivolous nature of the millennial … Read More

The Dos and Don’ts of Video Interviewing: Advice from a Hiring Manager

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In my recent search for a new assistant for our marketing department, my Human Resources contact asked if I’d be interested in trying out a new (to us) screening process done via video, instead of the traditional phone screen HR conducts before passing a candidate along to the hiring manager. I was told that 10-20 percent of candidates decided not to follow … Read More

How to Build a Winning PR Strategy

Marikaye DeTemple Kane


da — DA — da-da-da — DA-da — da-da-da-da — da-da — DA-da-da (click here if you’re confused…) If that tune doesn’t send excitement through you and instantly lift your mood… well, I don’t know what will! The Olympics are by far and away my favorite time of ‘year.’ The competition, the talent, the teamwork, the pure athleticism. And as a PR professional … Read More

There Are No Limits On Professional Development When You Have TalentSky

Heather R. Huhman


Hey, job seekers, what if you could be completely available to recruiters over the course of your professional development journey and feel confident that your drive and success were apparent beyond your basic resume? What if, as an enterprise, you could have access to a comprehensive collection of qualified professionals and see firsthand how their skills have developed to fit … Read More