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Matching the Ideal Candidate with Your Culture

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By Stephanie Cox Small businesses face a wide set of challenges during the hiring process. The right candidate at the right time could be the difference in a fledgling business about to make it big. RC Search Group is here to help your small business select the ideal candidate at that critical moment. We’ve gathered… Read more »

Attack of the (Hiring) Robots – Algorithms Can Kill Your Resume

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Job seekers in all stages of their career have met a new challenge in the digital age –rejection by automated gatekeepers when applying for new positions. These systems often overlook qualified candidates when the right information isn’t listed on the applicant’s resume and cover letter. RC Search Group is here to help applicants design impactful… Read more »

First Job, Not Forever Career

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Newer entrants to the job marketplace can’t always afford to be choosy with their first position, especially in a year like 2020. Those who take the job that is available don’t always feel truly matched to the position’s qualifications. RC Search Group  is here to help applicants who feel their first job might not be… Read more »

Improve Your LinkedIn Profile

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Improve Your LinkedIn Profile by Stephanie Cox  Organizations will look at your LinkedIn profile before they decide to hire you. Direct hire recruiters will look at your LinkedIn profile before they decide to contact you. Your LinkedIn profile should be a professional accurate representation of yourself. Some human resource managers feel resumes will become obsolete… Read more »

The Five P’s Of Proper Preparation for an Interview

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The Five P’s – Stephanie Cox Proper preparation prevents poor performance!  Treating an interview as anything but serious is a huge mistake. You don’t need a PhD to perform well in an interview. Proper preparation is the key. Let’s start with the basics. This is for an in-person interview, but many tips apply if it… Read more »

Preparing for a Video Interview

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No matter what, this pandemic will change the way organizations conduct business. One of the long term ramifications – for better or worse – is that people are getting used to conducting business utilizing video services like Zoom, Skype, and Webex.  In addition to the traditional interview preparation, candidates need to prepare for a video… Read more »

Orientation for New Employees – Make it a “WOW’ Experience

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The importance of a good orientation – Katie Roth Jason Dorsey, chief strategy officer of The Center for Generational Kinetics, says Gen Y workers (and most likely their younger sibs – the Millennials) decide on Day One whether to stay with an employer long-term. If your orientation consists of handing a new employee your 75-page… Read more »

Thank You Notes

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The Importance of Thank You Notes After an Interview – Stephanie Cox There is a great phrase in a Don Henley song and it goes like this, “How can love survive in such a graceless age?”  He’s talking about love and we are talking about courtesy, but you catch our drift.  In this graceless age… Read more »

Your Employment Brand

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Recruiting Basics – Start with Your Brand by Katie Roth  Do you have a good company brand for hiring? Consider these 6 questions.  79% of job seekers go online and use social media in their job search. As a recent Gallup report puts it, “Millennials behave as consumers of workplaces, shopping around for the jobs… Read more »