What To Think About When Considering ‘Overqualified’ Candidates

Linda Reyes Forbes Coaches Counsel

When hiring, you’re looking for the best person to fill the open position at your company. But what happens when you come across an “overqualified” candidate? There is a tendency to shy away from overqualified candidates, but too much experience or education aren’t good reasons to disqualify a candidate from your search. We asked experts from the Forbes Coaches Council …

Did You Just Hire a Loose Cannon?

CareerPro Inc. Blogging, Corporate Services, Talent Acquisition

By David Snyder and John M. O’Connor The hiring process in one of the most delicate tasks that companies face. Employee turnover costs firms thousands of dollars every year, and making poor hiring decisions can be devastating. While it is critical that managers attempt to hire workers with exceptional character, it is equally important that they avoid potentially destructive candidates, …

As Hiring Picks Up Watch These Trends

JohnOConnor Blogging, Individual Services Leave a Comment

Watch these three trends as hiring picks up. Even if rates of unemployment fluctuate companies and other organizations will continue to demand the best talent. If you want to be recognized as the best candidate pay attention to what employers will do within the next year to ensure they have what it takes to handle any setback. Remember also that it is not always the person who is the most qualified who gets hired it’s the person who knows how to get hired.