What Employers Really Want: Prioritization

When juggling multiple tasks, we have to be able to decide which ones need to be tackled immediately, and which ones can wait. Hiring someone who can’t get this right means that key due dates and project timelines can fall through the cracks, ultimately hurting your business. Continue reading “What Employers Really Want: Prioritization”…

What Employers Really Want: Growth Potential

Today’s fast-paced work environments require employees who can do the job now, and have the potential to grow into new roles or leadership positions at your company in the future. After all, if an employee leaves, it costs your company 1.5 times that employee’s salary to replace her. Continue reading “What Employers Really Want: Growth Potential”…

What Employers Really Want: Leadership

Leadership is a slippery concept. It’s not strictly confined to actual leaders of a company; we hope to see it at all levels of an organization. Continue reading “What Employers Really Want: Leadership”…

What Employers Really Want: Collaboration

“Plays well with others.” Such a simple remark on a kindergartener’s report card, but one that makes every parent beam with pride. And they should. Early signs of collaborative ability are markers of adult success. Continue reading “What Employers Really Want: Collaboration”…

What Employers Really Want: Culture Add

When we talk about culture fit, we don’t mean falling into a “hire like me” mentality. If all of your employees act and think the same, your company won’t thrive. Continue reading “What Employers Really Want: Culture Add”…

What Employers Really Want (And How to Interview for It)

Adaptability is the number one asset businesses want in an employee (with 69% of hiring managers saying it is the most important soft skill they screen for.) Continue reading “What Employers Really Want (And How to Interview for It)”…