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This is Why Drug Screening at Work Must be Random

This is Why Drug Screening at Work Must be Random

Random drug testing is a secure method to regularly protect your company from drug-abuse related problems. Random drug testing—commonly referred to as spot testing—is not disclosed to employees beforehand. Companies can select employees at random, sometimes using...
How Academic Fraud Can Cost Your Business Money

How Academic Fraud Can Cost Your Business Money

Even though recruiting the best employee can seem like a long, drawn-out process, don’t let the heat of the hunt cause your HR department to cut corners when reviewing experience claims on applicants’ résumés. There is an array of legal issues that HR departments can...
Substance Abuse Awareness in the Healthcare Industry

Substance Abuse Awareness in the Healthcare Industry

As we approach the new year, HR departments are preparing to update hiring processes and screening methods. As you probably already know, addiction does not discriminate. Executives and professionals across the corporate hierarchy can all fall victim to substance...
6 Tips for Better Phone Interviews

6 Tips for Better Phone Interviews

Phone interviews are a great preliminary screening tool prior to scheduling an in-person meeting. You can’t be distracted by a nice watch or firm handshake—it’s all about the value of the applicants’ experience and how well they articulate their responses. Phone...
The Most Common Lies on Applicants’ Resumes

The Most Common Lies on Applicants’ Resumes

We’ve all heard and probably used the phrase, “fake it ‘til you make it!” Most job applicants certainly have. While they may seem ambitious, some applicants simply aren’t equipped with the experience and skills to join your company’s team. In an increasingly...
How to Develop Better Supervisors

How to Develop Better Supervisors

At all great companies, employees are motivated by supervisors who lead by example. Learning shouldn’t end for those promoted to senior-level positions. Supervisors’ skills need to be developed just as much as every one of their employees’ in order for an entire...