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Employment Corner

Mr. Employer – Now’s The Time To Sell Candidates The Position – By Philip H. Kemper

Who would have thought it possible? Through a terrible recession that saw positions scarce across the marketplace– the job market today, with its ever increasing positions, is fast becoming candidate dominated. Yes, in many phases of business, the candidate is

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In Interviewing … When Should I Talk About Money? – By Philip H. Kemper

This is a tough question, but with a little bit of thought and preparation, you can get over this hurdle successfully. Salary negotiation is certainly one of the toughest parts of interviewing for a new position, Interviewing is full of

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Maybe It’s My Resume That’s The Problem – By Philip H. Kemper

There are lots of discussions going on today about resume writing,— and often there is a lot of confusion about the proper format, length, description of one’s background and experience, what data to include—and the list goes on. But, the

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How Successful Is Your Hiring Process? – By Philip H. Kemper

Time Kills Deals — and Hires! – By Philip H. Kemper After a long and costly recession, many employers, thankfully, are hanging the “we are hiring” sign again in their windows—and the hiring cycle for many job hunters is beginning

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Employees Are Valuable—Here’s How to Keep Them – By Philip H. Kemper

By Philip H. Kemper Employees are expensive. Yes, they’re expensive to hire, compensate and train. But they are the ones who drive your company — not just your product, your technology or the market. Smart managers know this. Further, many

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Your Interview Style Needs Sprucing Up

Our interview style—the way we present ourselves to the candidate, is vital to making a good hire.

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How to sell your position to the candidate

Let’s face it; many parts of the job market today are mainly candidate dominated. (Sales is certainly one.) The candidate is “in the driver’s seat.”

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It’s Summer Intern Time Again—Be Careful

School’s out for the summer nearly everywhere, and millions of college students are flocking to a variety of businesses, large and small, for those coveted summer internships.

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Do I have to ask for a raise?

What an awful thought—asking for a raise.

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Need to Hire A Recruiter?

When companies begin, no matter how small and on how many “shoestrings” – if they begin in mother-in-law’s garage or basement family room – money and funding are in short supply.

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