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January 2014

Is the Best Candidate the one Who’s Good at Getting Hired?

Sales-guyAre you hiring the best candidate for the job, or are you hiring the candidate who sold him/herself the best for the job?  We perform over 10,000 resume critiques daily, and conduct research and surveys to better understand candidate attitudes and behavior.  Sometimes the person who appears to be the best may not actually be the best.  This puts recruiters in a difficult position.

Are you missing great candidates because of the communications gap?  Are you skipping the candidates who are very capable of doing the job, but just do a poor job telling their story in a way that will get them noticed, selected for an interview, and hired?

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Nexxt is a recruitment media company that uses today’s most effective marketing tactics to reach the full spectrum of talent – from active to passive, and everything in between. Learn more about hiring with Nexxt.


Bridging The Generation Gap In The Workplace

In 2013, according to the US government’s Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were more people working in America than ever before. And, with population increases, and people living longer, they are also staying longer in the work force.

ChartThis same data shows the current amount of employed Americans, over the age of 75, at nearly 10%. And for those between the ages of 45-65, it’s nearly 73%. Consequently, more than one-fifth of the American work place today is made up of employees age 55 or above.

For the first time in history, there are four generations working together. The phenomenon has caught the attention of employers and managers alike, in how to harness the idiosyncrasies of each age group, to effectively motivate, guide, and lead them to work in a cohesive and productive manner.

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