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Greg Lohan

4 Things to Never Record on Paper During an Interview

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4 Things to Never Record on Paper During an Interview

When you’re interviewing candidates for a position, trying to find the best person for the job can be a challenge. Every person has different strengths, backgrounds, and personalities, and some are a better fit than others. It’s undeniable that attitude and personality plays a huge part is how a person will function in a team environment or even working solo. Every interviewer notices things that aren’t on paper that may lead to conclusions about a candidate’s ability to do a job. The key is to be careful about what you write down. If it’s put to paper, assume that it’s public knowledge. Here are four things to never write down that put you in a compromising position. A Candidate’s Appearance You can make a mental note of your own about a candidate presents, such as wearing professional attire or not, but never write it down. This can be construed in […]

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Greg Lohan

Why Hiring Family Members Is Too Complicated

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Why Hiring Family Members Is Too Complicated

There will be so many reasons it may seem like a good idea at first. What could possibly go wrong when hiring a member of your family? You already know and trust one another, and it’s always good to help a brother out quite literally. So what’s the big deal? Even in the closest families, working together and being related can put a strain on both ends of the relationship. It makes leaving work at work a lot harder to do and has the potential to affect your life both at work and at home. But turning family down for a job can also reap family drama so what can you even do? You must evaluate any circumstance, so here are some tips on how to avoid the pitfalls and complications of hiring your family members. Don’t Mix Your Work Life And Your Love Life You think you really know […]

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