Glassdoor Best Practices

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    Glassdoor is often the first website job seekers visit when they consider working for a company. During the last couple of years, employees have flocked to Glassdoor to post about their experiences at their current and former jobs. Glassdoor allows for anonymity for their reviewers, and frustrated employees or former employees have used…

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Recruiting Solution in the New England Job Market

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    The temporary staffing industry is responsible for placing more than 400,000 people into the workforce in New Hampshire and Massachusetts each year, according to the American Staffing Association (ASA).   New Hampshire has an average of 13,000 temporary workers weekly, with annual employment of 63,100. Massachusetts has 68,700 temporary weekly workers, with annual…

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Hiring Our Heroes At Fenway

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It was an honor for Tech Needs to participate in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes event with the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park yesterday. We were proudly represented by our own Sgt. Ryan Picard (Left) who has served 6 years and just reenlisted for another 4 years with The National…

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Granite State HR Conference

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We will be attending the Granite State Human Resources Conference next week.  We hope to see many familiar faces, and to have the opportunity to connect with those that we haven’t had the to chance to meet.  The event should be fun with so many great speakers, and important content that our HR and Staffing Community is…

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Outlook: Jobs In Manufacturing

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It’s always a great time to be in manufacturing—but the next ten years are looking particularly great. That’s because there will be nearly 3.5 million manufacturing jobs that will need to be filled in that time. 3.5 million. It’s great news for the industry, but even better news for you if you’re looking for the…

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Overcome the Reputation of a Millennial in the Workplace

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  As a Millennial, you’ve probably heard about all of the stereotypes of your generation: narcissistic, entitled, job hopper, no work ethic, and more. In a recent blog post we outlined what employers should consider when hiring a millennial based off of actual facts about the generation, instead of stereotypes. Rather than fighting the stereotypes,…

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What to Consider When Hiring a Millennial

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Millennials are Americans born between 1980 and the mid-2000s, and there’s seemingly no shortage of data, misconceptions or stereotypes about this generation. They’re also the largest generation in the U.S., representing one-third of the total U.S. population in 2013, so odds are you’ve worked with or hired someone of this age group recently.   You’ve…

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