71 results for tag: Jeff Hyman


Start Including the Comp Package in Your Job Descriptions

Why should online shoppers have all the fun saving money on Cyber Monday? Here's a huge hiring tip to save you oodles of cash, too... Start including the comp package in your job descriptions, and share it on your first phone conversation with every ...
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The Best Way to Attract the Worst Candidates

Most job descriptions suck. I mean they're truly awful. (In most cases, they actually drive away the best candidates.) When it comes to hiring new employees, most execs craft and publicize job descriptions that highlight the specific requirements ...
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Interview with Jeff Hyman: Executive Recruiting Forecast

If you are thinking about making a job change in the coming months or are already in transition, you will want to hear what ExecuNet Master Class Host Tony Vlahos' most recent guest had to say. As a warm up for their November 21st master class on landing a ...
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How Recruiters Recruit the Unrecruitable

Imagine if you could accurately predict who was most likely to hand you their resignation letter with two weeks notice. Imagine if you could proactively prevent it. Now, imagine if you knew which individuals were most open to hearing from you about a ...
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If She Can Sneak Into a Plane, How Challenging Would Your Company Be?

Scary stuff last week. This lady managed to sneak onto a Delta flight from Orlando to Atlanta. She plops down in a seat and, when confronted by the passenger who actually had a ticket for that seat, wouldn't budge. My favorite part: When the flight ...
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The Highest-paying Company ($170K avg) Is…

Palo Alto Networks. Based in... well, three guesses. But that's beside the point. According to last week's Glassdoor survey, there are a ton of companies that pay a ton of money to their average employee. Palo Alto Networks ($171K) NVIDIA ($170K...
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This Headhunter Saw a Ghost

Wanna know how insane this market has become? Here it is in CNN: "The job market is so good, new hires aren't showing up for their first day of work." It's insane. But true. Look past the crappy candidate manners for the more important message... ...
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Crazy Little Thing Called Hiring

If you haven't seen Bohemian Rhapsody, you're missing out. If you're not yet a fan of Queen, you will be by the ending credits... and if you're already a fan, you'll learn something new about this legendary band. One of the things we all learn – and ...
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Congrats… Look What You Just inherited

A mess. Or worse, a complete clusterf*ck. When you join a new company as a leader – or you're promoted/moved within your current organization – you inherit a team. It could be three people. Could be 3,000. You need to proceed as though you've ...
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The Compensation Questions You Can’t Afford to Skip

I decline great candidates for 99 problems. But compensation ain't one. That's why I'm often surprised when people say, "I found a great candidate but can't afford them." Quite often, you can... If you ask the right questions. For starters, I ...
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How to Avoid Those Phony-baloney Candidates

How many times have you said to yourself: This isn’t the person I thought I hired! If your answer is "Too many" you’re not alone. Job candidates are lying on their resumes at the highest rate ever. If you haven’t been extremely diligent in ...
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When is a Lot Too Much?

If you're a regular reader, you know that I'm like a broken record when it comes to industry experience. It's one of the things that most executives look for when hiring. It seems like a safe bet. A sure thing. A short cut. It's not. But rather than ...
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