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Hunting and Hiring

Employee Experience – Technology to create connections

This is the last in a series of blog posts about the importance of creating a meaningful hiring process to build employee engagement. For the past few weeks, we’ve been talking here about why companies need to think carefully about their interviewing and hiring processes. Our award-winning Employee Experience survey found that an interview process that accurately conveys information about...

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Employee Experience Series- Best First Impression

The interview process is not only your first impression with a potential new employee, but also one of your first opportunities to create an engaged employee. The Brilliant Ink Employee Experience Survey found that 89% of people interviewed felt excited by the interview process. What a perfect opportunity to start off on the right foot! Here are a few tips...

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Dust off the old job description: how to hire effectively

We’re excited to have a guest blogger featured on the Brilliant Blog this week. For more than 17 years, Angee Linsey has worked closely with company leaders to recruit exceptional team members and implement solid recruitment strategies. She is currently the managing director of Linsey Careers, a boutique executive search firm that specializes in working with marketing and communications professionals....

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Millennial series: the job hunt

What does it take to catch a millennial job hunter’s eye? A killer career page. According to the Employee Experience Survey, a research study surveying hundreds of Fortune 1,000 professionals, millennial job seekers are roughly 20% more likely to check out your website’s career page than employees of other age groups.So what does it mean to have a killer career...

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The art and science of interviewing

My husband is in the midst of a job search. After launching a successful mobile/social start-up, and then spending some time with the company that acquired it, he’s ready for a change. As someone with a true entrepreneurial spirit, he’s honing in on small but promising start-ups in New York City, and one thing has really struck me about his...

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Think twice about perks

How many times have you turned green with envy when you heard about a company’s jaw-dropping perks like these: dry cleaning on-site, decked out game rooms, free haircuts and subsidized (or free!) gourmet dinners? These seemingly fabulous incentives put visions in my head of wearing perfectly pressed clothes every day and turning into an organic-eating health nut. If I could...

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How to inspire the candidates you admire

Last week, the U.S. Labor Department announced that applications for unemployment benefits dropped to the lowest level in nearly four years. It’s encouraging news when a lot of what we’re hearing about the economy is gloom-and-doom. Here at Brilliant Ink, we’re seeing our own signs that things are turning around, too. One of our clients recently sought our support for...

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