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Get Noticed by Your Boss’s Boss

Posted by David Brown, CEO Hays US on Friday, May 18, 2018

How and why to get noticed by your boss's boss | Hays BlogIs your boss’s boss an enigma to you? Being more senior and often less visible than your boss, it can be trickier to build a rapport with them. Yet your boss’s boss can be a valuable person to have on side through your career. But you have to get noticed before you can establish that working relationship.


3 ways to refresh your resume

Posted David Brown, CEO, Hays US on Friday, May 4, 2018

Refreshing your resume is a necessary phase of your job search. But it’s also something that needs to be done before you leave your current role. Whether you’re actively seeking, or considering changing roles in your industry, here are some of the most effective ways to ensure you’re3 ways to refresh your resume | Hays Blog presenting your best self to potential employers.


6 Key metrics for your contingent workforce managed services program

Posted Kimball Norup, SVP Head of Growth, Hays Talent Solutions Americas on Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Blog7_keymetricsAs you examine the performance of your contingent workforce managed service program it’s important to know exactly what it is you should be measuring and the factors that drive a successful program. It is very common for organizations to make the mistake of evaluating their contingent workforce program based solely on cost savings and speed, but in today’s era of talent scarcity those metrics only tell part of the story.


Leave a great first impression

Posted By David Brown, CEO, Hays US on Tuesday, Apr 17, 2018

CLeave a great first impression | Hays blogongratulations – you’ve got the job. But there’s still more to do. If you want to make a fantastic first impression in your new role, make the first day an extension of your interview. You don’t get to slack off just because you got the job. Right out of the gate you have to present yourself as professional, personable, and knowledgeable. Your employer was confident you could do the job. Now you have to prove them right.


Avoid new job burnout

Posted David Brown, CEO Hays US on Tuesday, Apr 3, 2018

Getting up to speeAvoid new job burnout | Hays US Blogd at a new job can be exhausting. Those first few weeks are filled with introductions, inductions, and training. But if you’re not careful, you’ll find your work day spilling into your home life. And before you know it, you can find yourself hitting new job burnout.


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