Does Your Onboarding System Suck? Here’s How You Can Fix It

One of the most common mistakes a company can make when onboarding a new employee is to focus more on the company than on the new employees. An analysis conducted by the Boston Consulting Group found that a company’s onboarding process has the second highest impact on business after recruiting. ...

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10 Tips to Hit the Ground Running at Your New Job

While landing your dream job is exciting, most people report that it comes with more anxiety than they would have expected. What will the commute be like? Will you get along with your boss? Are you really the right fit for the atmosphere? All of these questions can get so ...

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Creating a Candidate-Centric Hiring Process

In 2014, Virgin Media discovered that it lost roughly $6.5 million in revenue due to not having a candidate-centric hiring process. 18% of the 125,000 people who applied to work at Virgin Media that year were also customers, and 33% of them, or around 7500 people, had such a poor ...

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20 years of recruiter technology: This is progress?

We’ve come a long way. Sort of.As illustrated by the infographic above, the last 2 decades have seen lots of growth in the recruiter technology space, with automated solutions popping up to solve problems in every stage of the hiring process.It’s true that the job hunt has become less soul-crushing ...

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Do’s and Don’ts of Research Resumes

As the data science and research verticals expand, more and more researchers are reconsidering academic careers in favor of lucrative, cutting-edge jobs in the private sector. In academia, applications for research positions generally ask for a long-form CV. Private sector research jobs, on the other hand, are all about research ...

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Do’s and don’ts of marketing portfolios

Now that HireKeep is matching marketing and research jobs, we wanted to give you a brief infographic primer on the art of marketing portfolios. This critical impression-maker is your first chance to show your creative talents and marketing street-cred to potential employers. There are many schools of thought about what ...

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Do’s and don’ts of sales LinkedIn profiles

We’re back with the fifth installment in our infographic series on getting hired. Rather than focusing on sales resumes, this one is a little different, and covers some basic do’s and don’ts of sales LinkedIn profiles. This critical tool can make or break a job opportunity for you.

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HireKeep’s new sales education partnerships: Strayer University, Closer Academy and AlwaysHired

You’ve probably heard the saying, “you can’t major in sales.” At your local college, that may be true. But sales education exists– it’s practical, valuable, and accessible to you. As part of our commitment to creating skilled and happy workforces, HireKeep has partnered with three educational institutions. Strayer University, The ...

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Do’s and don’ts of sales resumes, part 4 [Infographic]

In our latest set of sales resume tips, we're focusing on computer skills. Technical difficulties in finding or reading a resume are just enough of a pain in the ass to be a dealbreaker in a delicate hiring situation. To make sure that you stay tech-savvy through your job search, ...

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Do’s and don’ts of sales resumes, part 2 [Infographic]

In a way, sales resumes are both an art and a science. There's not a lot of room for creativity, and the best resume results come from using well-tested and proven techniques– like a science. However, resumes are almost impossible to perfect, and their effect depends a lot on the ...

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