Indeed’s Scariest Jobs This Halloween

As the days become shorter, the evenings darker and Halloween approaches, our minds often wander from candy and pumpkins to ghosts and ghouls. Whether you’re carving a jack-o-lantern or diving into a horror movie marathon, there’s no doubt that Halloween is the spookiest of holidays. But did you know that there are jobs that bring the fright year-round?

With an …

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5 Surprising Keys to Making a High Impact Hire

There are many reasons why you hire. Maybe you’re hiring to improve your workforce and increase productivity. Or maybe it’s because the business calls for it, with people leaving or the organization changing shape. The truth is, it all comes down to one thing: You hire because you have to.

You hope you hire well — bringing in great new …

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How Short-Term Thinking Is Killing Your Employer Brand

What’s the single most common mistake companies make when they think about their employer brand? 

Many companies misdiagnose other common issues, such as job-posting, marketing or “reviews site” problems, as employer-brand problems. Some shift the blame for employer-brand issues onto recruiting, rather than taking it on as a company. Others confuse employer brand with recruitment marketing. However, these issues aren’t …

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Recruitment Agency Executive Joins Nexxt to Grow Global Agency Relationships

Nexxt, a recruitment media company,recently announced that Heather Ranney has joined the company as Vice President of Agency Channels. With a proven track record for forming partnerships and alliances and a strong background of more than 20 years in the recruitment marketing industry, Ranney will lead Nexxt’s agency team and continue to scale Nexxt’s relationships and business with agency partners.

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Talking to Your Employer About an Invisible Disability

Nearly 40 million Americans have a disability, and over 73% of those suffer from conditions that are not outwardly apparent, also known as ‘invisible’ disabilities. Take me, for instance. I have Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), a digestive condition I share with up to 20% of Americans, and a history of severe depression. Living with a […]

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