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How to Set the Pay Range for Any Position

April 6, 2017

How to Set the Pay Range for Any Position When you make a new hire, how do you decide on the rate of pay? If you’re like most managers or practice owners, the answer is pretty simple: You consider the skills and experience required, and come up with a number from there. But figuring out…

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Facebook Job Listings: Helpful or Hype?

April 5, 2017

Facebook Job Listings: Helpful or Hype? An HR Expert Weighs the Pros vs Cons Even with the seemingly endless abundance of job sites and tools available, finding quality candidates continues to vex small and mid-size employers. Sifting through a sea of unqualified candidates takes up a lot of your time and energy and if you…

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Play Pack Rat with Your Hiring Documentation

July 5, 2016

Play Pack Rat with Your Hiring Documentation I am sure most of you have at some point pondered shredding or even, gasp, throwing away resumes and applications from your past non-hires. I cannot put enough emphasis on the importance of keeping your hiring documentation to avoid your worst nightmare — a costly lawsuit. Trust me,…

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If You Were Given an Elephant (and Other Interview Questions)

February 15, 2016

Learn how to interview better and you will get better employees. That said, some interview questions are stranger than others – and whether they’re useful depends on your strategy. What would YOU do if you were given an elephant you couldn’t refuse?

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12 Ways to Set Your New Hire Up for Success

January 7, 2016

What steps should you take before, during, and just after your new hire’s first day at work? Here are our best HR tips for onboarding new employees and getting them off to a running start.

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The Best Interview Question Ever

July 9, 2015

The Best Interview Question Ever What’s the very best interview question out there? What questions will reveal exactly which candidates will excel and thrive at your practice? You only need one. Or, at least, you only need one question framework. It’s the “tell me about” technique. Here are some common question variants that use it:…


Millennials in the Workplace: A CEDR Infographic

August 15, 2014

Millennials in the Workplace: A CEDR Infographic If your practice isn’t powered by Millennials yet – the generation of workers born (roughly) between 1981 and 1996 – it soon will be. Check out CEDR’s latest infographic: The Millennial-Powered Workforce. Millennials (also known as Generation Y) have taken some flak for being different from previous generations…