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Recruitment Roundup – Change is in the Air

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Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! The weather’s getting warmer, trees are blooming – it’s safe to say change is in the air. This week, we’re all about change in the workplace, ranging from retraining employees to managing your Glassdoor reviews. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.

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Recruitment Roundup – The Ways of the Future

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Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! This week we’re giving you a look at the future of HR. Well, okay, maybe not exactly a look at the future – rather, tips on how to be more successful in the times to come. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.

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Recruitment Roundup – 3.2.18

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Welcome back to another week of Recruitment Roundup! It turns out, LinkedIn was a hot topic this week. Well, okay, we included some articles written last week. We think it’s worth it though, and helps to complete the bigger LinkedIn picture. There’s also an ironic article about robots and a cool piece on texting. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.

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What Is the Gig Economy?

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For the past few decades, HR has been predicting the rapid evolution of the workforce and the workplace. I’ve been told that in the 90s, Brand Me was supposed to change the relationship people had with companies and virtual offices. And, an army of independent contractors were going to change the world.


Join us March 6 at 2pm EST for the Chad & Cheese Webinar, “The Growth of Gig—Are you Ready? Lessons from Shiftgig and KRT Marketing.”


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Recruitment Roundup – 2.2.18

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This is the first installment of Nexxt’s new weekly roundup of articles from the web. We’re fulfilling our New Year’s Resolution to bring you interesting and exciting news in the recruitment space. This week’s roundup tackles topics like job “dating” apps, professional podcasts, and the importance of scheduling correctly. Oh, and of course we threw in some insight from Gen Z. Hopefully these articles inspire you to take next week by storm! Happy reading, everyone.

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Breaking the Recruitment Mold When It Comes to High Turnover Positions

 

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Hiring top talent in the telecommunications industry is quickly becoming more difficult for recruiters. Jobs in telecom combine elements of technology, customer service, engineering, and a blend of many other hi-tech and hi-touch positions. This presents the challenge of recruiting a diverse pool of talent, often under tight time constraints. High turnover and a competitive landscape are added obstacles to overcome. With a constant need for employees, how can a company address such a wide spectrum of talent?

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3 Tips to Gain and Retain Happier Customer Service Reps

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New position available! Candidate must be willing to get screamed at and insulted by angry customers. Interactions include phone calls, face-to-face, or online chat – all of which need to be handled with poise. Candidate must keep cool at all times, ensuring the customer leaves every encounter with a positive view of the company, no matter how negative he or she may be.

While that’s not exactly what a job description would say, it’s the reality a customer service professional faces day in and day out. Customer service can certainly be rewarding at times – sometimes a simple solution can leave someone singing praises. However, there will always be people who simply refuse to be happy.

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