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  • Bad Hires Are Costly – 3 Ways To Make Better Hiring Decisions

    Bad Hires Are Costly – 3 Ways To Make Better Hiring Decisions Bad hires are costly. Unforeseen expenses, lost time and lost productivity have a negative impact on employee morale. Obviously, hiring the right person the first time should always be the goal for any organization. Here are three ways to help make better hiring decisions: 1) Gain internal consensus before launching your next candidate search This is a real miss with…Read More
  • 4 Tips For Providing a First Class Job Candidate Experience Remotely

    4 Tips For Providing a First Class Job Candidate Experience Remotely As businesses around the globe begin to map out their return-to-work plans, many are hitting the pause button – and some are now extending remote work polices into summer 2021. Even as some companies return to the office, it will likely be in a staggered approach or with limited capacity requirements. Masks and social distancing will be required, and in-person…Read More
  • (Video) Urgent Health Care Front Lines in COVID Times

    (Video) Urgent Health Care Front Lines in COVID Times Fahrenheit Managing Director, Jay Carpenter met with Virginia Urology CEO, Brigette Booth, to hear from a leader in the healthcare space about COVID-19 impacts. In this video, you will hear how the efforts of her leadership team helped to keep her employees and urgent care patients safe during the onset of a global pandemic. When the practice started hearing rumblings…Read More
  • Are Reference Checks Worth It? Recruiting Experts Weigh In

    Are Reference Checks Worth It? Recruiting Experts Weigh In A few days of playing phone tag and a 20-minute conversation with two or three different contacts-Is it worth your time? Our team of recruiting consultants debated this topic recently. The conclusion we came to was, yes. However, our objective in conducting these has shifted. Typical reference check questions ask if the candidate is someone they would recommend or want…Read More
  • 6 Key IT Questions to Ask in the New Normal

    6 Key IT Questions to Ask in the New Normal The sudden shutdown of the economy in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic forced many businesses to rely more heavily on technology. Some companies fared better than others. Many businesses that had been taking an informal approach to IT strategy discovered their systems weren’t as robust and scalable as they’d hoped. Some may have lost ground competitively as fires were…Read More