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Candidate Tips for Delicately Handling Salary Negotiations


By Bill Wednieski Most candidates would rather stick their heads in a vise than negotiate compensation. Salary negotiations are not generally pleasant for either the job candidate or employer. Every single situation is different – please keep reading below for how I assess each one: Do you want the job and have they offered it […]

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Urgency: Speed kills


By Bill Wednieski If we’ve worked together or you’ve known me a while then you’ve probably heard me say, “If you order a pizza on Tuesday and it arrives on Friday, do you still want it?” Headhunting is a strange and unique business, especially in today’s market with historic employment levels. With unemployment at just […]

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Inflation and today’s job market


By: Bill Wednieski   It is not a new headline that the United States experienced seven percent inflation in 2021 – the highest inflation 40 years. What has this inflation meant in the job market?   Going Backward If you’re an employee not earning seven percent more at the end of 2021 than the start […]

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Don’t let these interviewer tendencies make you hire the wrong person


By: Bill Wednieski How does this sound? You’re a hiring manager, and you regularly keep the best candidates interested in your company, bring the best candidates on as your newest team members, and bring efficiency to your hiring process. Amazing, right?    To live that reality, discernment is key. You’ll need to see and understand […]

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Game-changing Hiring Practices 


By: Bill Wednieski According to the U.S. Bureau of Statistics, the average turnover rate in the U.S. is about 12% to 15% annually. That means a company will lose between one in six or eight employees each year. (In your next staff meeting try not to wonder about who could leave looking around at your team’s faces […]

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