Posts Tagged ‘interview’

Angie Williams

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Angie Williams

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June 13, 2017

Why Do You Come Back?

I was recently talking with our summer intern about her experience as a tour guide. As tour guides they experience extensive training to memorize routes, statistics, and attraction facts. But what really stood out about their training is that they’re instructed to emphasize why they continue to return to the college. It’s not as important to say why you picked the school, but explain why you stayed. It’s that moment that lets the heart of the university shine through and people can (hopefully) better imagine themselves or their children as part of that community.

What if this same tactic was applied to improving employee engagement?

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Jamie

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Jamie Rugh

Posted on:
May 19, 2017

Four Questions You’ll Regret Not Asking a Hiring Manager

We’ve written about this in the past (here and here) – never leave an interview without asking questions. It makes you look disinterested and maybe even lazy.

Whether you already have your position or if you are looking for your next HR or payroll opportunity, it’s important to ask the right questions so you don’t end up miserable or worse. Asking the following questions can help ensure that this opportunity is the right one for you. They will give you a deeper understanding of the organization and the position – and if they fit what you’re looking for.

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Lisa (Dean) Mamula

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Lisa (Dean) Mamula

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March 29, 2017

Successful HR and Payroll Interviewing Starts with Preparation

If you get called into an HR/payroll interview, there are a lot of things you cannot control, from your own experience to the biases of those interviewing you. There are things you can control, however – here are a few tips to get yourself a leg up on the next HR/payroll position you pursue.

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