Tagged: Human Resources

Making Learning a Part of Everyday Work

Posted on March 14, 2019

BY LEAPROS® Human Resources · Performance

As automation, AI, and new job models reconfigure the business world, lifelong learning has become accepted as an economic imperative. Eighty percent of CEOs now believe the need for new skills is their biggest business challenge.

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How Business Can Engage Students And Educators With Technology

Posted on March 14, 2019

BY LEAPROS® Human Resources · Information Technology · IT

“If training the future workforce is a fundamental role of education, it’s just as important a role for business.”

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How Many Pages Should Your Resume Be? Here’s The Science

Posted on March 14, 2019

BY LEAPROS® Human Resources · Hiring · Recruiting

Conventional wisdom says that compacting your professional experience into a one-page CV is ideal. But new research from ResumeGo has blown this out of the water: Recruiters are actually nearly 2.3 times more likely to prefer two-page resumes over one-page resumes.

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Win the war for talent: 7 perks job candidates say they want

Posted on December 26, 2018

BY LEAPROS® Human Resources · Employee Retention · Staffing

Most HR pros have spent a great deal of time revamping their recruitment strategy in this candidate-driven job market, so it can be frustrating to continue to lose out on top talent. To combat this, successful companies are turning toward unique perks to seal the deal and sign a great candidate.

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7 Things to Research Before Any Job Interview

Posted on September 10, 2018

BY LEAPROS® Human Resources · Hiring · Interview

Do you have a job interview coming up in the next few days? Then you better keep reading to learn about a secret weapon that will give you a huge advantage during your interview.

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Starting A New Job? Follow ‘The 30/60/90 Plan’

Posted on September 10, 2018

BY LEAPROS® Human Resources · Hiring · Interview · Job Search · Management

Starting a new job comes with a multitude of emotions, some good and some bad. Fortunately, the wonders of organization come to the rescue, yet again, as the transition is eased through the 30/60/90-day plan.

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