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Interviewing for K-12 Teachers: How It Differs Grade to Grade

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How to Recruit for Diversity - When your workplace features people of various ethnic, religious, and educational backgrounds, it becomes a more forward-thinking, dynamic place to do business. However, creating this type of environment requires time and attention; it doesn’t just happen on its own. If this is something you’d like to become more aware of, here are some good ways to start: Reiterate that it’s a priority across the board Everyone on your team should know that diversity is a pri...

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How to Hire a Top Notch HR Team for Your Small Business - Many small businesses make do without a specified HR team for years. This tends to work in the beginnings of your small business, but as your business grows and expands it is important for you to develop your own HR team. Entrepreneur stresses the importance of HR and how having an HR team or resource can save your small business money.  It is mentioned in their article that you have two different options when it comes to developing ...

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Why a Speedy Hiring Process is Key for Startups - Bringing the right people on board has a major impact on the future success of a startup, as this kind of environment is typically one where employees fill several roles. While you want to make a careful decision when it comes to filling an open spot within your business, taking too long to hire can actually be detrimental. Here’s why slow hiring is problematic for fledgling businesses: Candidates who are in top demand typically won’t wait t...

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5 Ways to Prepare Your New Hire for a Job Overseas - If you are sending a new employee overseas for your business, whether the employee has traveled overseas or not, it is always a good idea to do your best to prepare him for the upcoming job.  After all, a well-prepared employee will likely perform better on the job when he understands the ins and outs of his new job location. There are 5 important topics that you will want to review and discuss with your new hire before he leaves: 1. Assi...

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How to Keep Remote Employees Engaged in Company Culture - Offering remote work opportunities is becoming increasingly common in the workplace. This is a major perk for many employees, and can be a huge selling point for companies looking to stay competitive in a cutthroat marketplace. However, managing remote employees requires a different approach than you might take when you’re managing a team situated just down the hall. Here are some tips for ensuring that your employees feel connected ...

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2 Ways to Welcome New Hires to Your Team - Welcoming a new employee is important if you want to transition your new hire smoothly into your business.  Not only is a good welcome important for your new hire, but it is also important for your team and business. Providing a warm welcome to your new employee is very simple and will get your new hire and team started off on the right foot. Prepare ahead of time Don’t wait until the day before your new hire starts to begin preparing for him.  As ...

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How to Get Candidates to Open Up and Be Honest in the Interview

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What to Look For When Hiring New Teachers - It can be nerve-wracking to hire a young, inexperienced teacher, but at the same time these educators can bring an energy and enthusiasm to your school community that is contagious. While it’s tempting to look strictly at someone’s resume when you’ve got an open teaching position, giving new teachers a shot serves to benefit your students. Here’s what to look for when analyzing whether you should hire an inexperienced teacher and how to improve yo...

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Why You Should Use Video Interviewing for Educational Hiring
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