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Posted By David Brown, CEO, Hays US on Tuesday, Apr 17, 2018
Congratulations – 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.
Posted David Brown, CEO Hays US on Tuesday, Apr 3, 2018
Posted Kimball Norup - SVP, Head of Growth, Hays Talent Solutions- Americas on Thursday, Mar 22, 2018
With unemployment at historic lows, and a growing number of unfilled jobs across many sectors of the economy, we have entered a new era of talent scarcity. Driven by a number of economic, demographic, and firmographic trends the contingent workforce is growing in both size and importance for organizations that need to get work done. In today’s hyper-competitive global marketplace, those organizations that can effectively attract and retain talent will gain a distinct competitive advantage. One proven solution for companies to secure the best talent is to proactively market their employer brand with the goal of becoming the “client of choice” for these valuable flexible workers.
Posted David Brown, CEO Hays US on Thursday, Mar 22, 2018
There are times you want that shot you’ve been waiting for so badly that you end up oversharing, rambling, and generally talking your way right out of the job. It’s a common result of going into an interview nervous and unprepared. So how do you talk your way into a job, even when especially nervous? Be a STAR.
Posted David Brown, CEO Hays US on Monday, Mar 12, 2018
You have years of professional experience under your belt.
You know your resume inside and out. But is the weight of your resume keeping you from soaring to better heights?