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3 Tips for Strong Feedback

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By Katie Roth One of the most important parts of any manager’s role is shaping the team they lead. This will invariably mean providing feedback to the team, whether positive or constructive. Feedback is critical to course-correct pressing issues while building cohesion in the workplace. What is just as critical, however, is the delivery and… Read more »

Beat the Isolation Blues with these Tips

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by Stephanie Cox Working from home has become increasingly common because of the COVID pandemic. Whether or not this is a permanent change remains to be seen, however many companies and employees are seeing the benefits of this modified set up. On the other hand, WFH presents several unique challenges of its own. The freedom… Read more »

Get Moving! Internships are Filling Up Now!

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By Katie Roth Students – as 2020 draws to a close, the best time to start looking for an internship is right now. Most companies determine their summer internship candidates by the end of the year and are reviewing by the time your peers are applying in March. Distinguishing yourself is even more vital in… Read more »

Take the Guesswork out of Employee Engagement

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By Stephanie Cox One of the most critical factors in an organization’s success is employee engagement. Disengaged team members drag on productivity and morale. Identifying areas where engagement is lacking can help address systematic issues while preventing bigger problems down the line. Though ‘employee engagement’ is a common buzzword, it bears addressing – an international… Read more »

Identify Great Communicators with this Question

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By Katie Roth The interview process is as much about determining a candidate’s skillset as it is about their ability to effectively communicate. The challenge is to design questions that highlight star qualities and red flags alike. Ken Morrill, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Referly.com, has used this as his only question over 200… Read more »

How to Handle Fraudulent Unemployment Claims

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By Stephanie Cox It is no surprise this year has seen an increase in unemployment claims. Unfortunately, the FBI has found some of these claims are, in fact, fraudulent. We have gathered these steps you can take once you have discovered a claim is fraudulent. Access the Federal Trade Commission to report the incident by… Read more »

What Now?

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By Katie Roth In the earlier months of 2020, many industries rapidly shifted to work-from-home and dynamic scheduling. Now, as news of a potential vaccine could be available mid-next year, many companies are addressing how to effectively return to the office.  RC Search Group helps organizations find great recruits to adapt and succeed in the… Read more »

4 Great Ideas for Remote Onboarding

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By Stephanie Cox The extraordinary circumstances in 2020 have challenged hiring managers to find creative ways to onboard their new employees. RC Search Group works with companies to find flexible candidates for these new kinds of remote procedures. We’ve gathered these suggestions for any organization seeking to make new employees feel welcome during their virtual… Read more »

4 Questions for Building a Strong Team

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By Katie Roth The biggest factor in the success of any business is the strength of their team. In fact, studies have found a team’s communication and cohesion is more important than individual reasoning and talent! RC Search Group can partner with your firm to build a team that works smarter the better it gets… Read more »

Take Biases Out of the Hiring Process

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By Stephanie Cox Companies that hire for cultural fit are usually more productive and well-liked by their workforce. However, unconscious biases can lead hiring managers to choose candidates who share things in common with themselves instead of the company’s values. RC Search Group is here to help organizations hire exceptional candidates who are truly matched… Read more »