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Category: Interviewing & Hiring


3 Tips for Companies Looking to Hire Top Technology Talent in St. Paul

February 25th, 2021

The recent pandemic sent Minnesotans scrambling online to make purchases, attend school, go to work, and connect with friends. But as the demand for technological connectivity went up, the ability of companies to find the talent they needed to meet that demand went down.  During COVID-19 and its aftermath, companies in St. Paul are finding… Read more »

Should I Hire an Underqualified Candidate?

January 28th, 2021
The Right Staff - Should I Hire an Underqualified Candidate

In every candidate pool, there are candidates who check off most or all of the requirements in the job posting and candidates who don’t.   While it can be tempting to simply ignore the candidates who don’t quite fulfill the checklist, doing so may cost you the best person for the job. Here’s when and how… Read more »

Are You Interviewing for Soft Skills?

October 29th, 2020

“Soft” skills suffer from a misnomer. They’re called “soft” skills to distinguish them from job-specific technical skills, but there’s nothing “soft” or weak about them. Also known as transferable skills, soft skills are the ones that are essential to success on any team or in any workplace.  As a result, candidates with strong soft skills… Read more »

Reading Between the Lines: What the Resume Isn’t Telling You

October 15th, 2020

Many hiring managers read resumes very quickly. They want a general idea of the applicant’s background and skills. Often, they accept that this quick overview is enough for the first round of decisions – they leave deeper questions for the interview process.  Reviewing resumes too quickly, however, means that a hiring manager may skip over… Read more »

Shortening Your Hiring Process is Essential – Here’s Why

February 6th, 2020

The longer a hiring process drags on, the more it costs your company – in money, time and attention that could be spent on tasks essential to the business. Here’s why you need a shorter hiring process. Unfilled jobs eat revenue. Any time a position is unfilled, the company loses the revenue generated by that… Read more »