How to Negotiate: Four Negotiation Lessons from the UFC 200 Conor McGregor Saga

Posted by Pablo Fuentes on April 28, 2016

Learning how to negotiate requires work and preparation.

The movies show you the exchange of two people playing a game of virtual chicken, going head-on until a person blinks. Reality is more complex. A lot of preparation goes into understanding why, how, and when a party has leverage in a negotiation.

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Healthcare Jobs: 11 Shockingly Fantastic Places to Hire Healthcare Professionals

Posted by Caileen Kehayas on April 27, 2016

Healthcare is one of the fastest growing industries in the United States. Medical jobs accounted for 18% of all new jobs created in 2015. That's absolutely staggering. This is the fastest the industry has grown in terms of jobs since 1991.

This is great news for those looking to get hired, but it paints an extremely competitive landscape for those doing the hiring.

That's why we have compiled this list of the 11 absolute best healthcare job boards to post your hospital, medical and healthcare positions to so you are able to have the greatest possible visibility of your open position.

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Sales Jobs: 3 Phenomenal Places to Hire Top Sales Talent

Posted by Caileen Kehayas on April 26, 2016

Hiring great sales people is a real challenge. You will often hear people talk about the 80/20 rule with sales people, that is, 20% of sales reps are responsible for 80% of the business. They get most of the closes, commissions and bonuses. This unfortunately means that 80% of your sales hiring decisions lead to bad hires.

Everyone is competing on the major job boards for the same 20%. So why not try something a little more niche?

That's why we have compiled this list of the 3 best sales job boards to post your sales positions to so you are able to tap into some undiscovered talent.

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Media Jobs: 11 Unbelievably Awesome Places to Hire Media Talent

Posted by Caileen Kehayas on April 21, 2016

Media jobs makes up a huge sector of employment. Positions range from social media managers, to writers, people working in film and enterainment, to communications and beyond. The types of people looking for careers in media are as diverse as the potential jobs and it's critical that you are using the right resources to tap into these diverse individuals.

That's why we have compiled this list of the 11 best media job boards to post your media, entertainment, and broadcasting positions to so you are able to tap into the very best undiscovered talent.

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Nonprofit Jobs: 7 Incredible Websites to Hire for Nonprofit Positions

Posted by Caileen Kehayas on April 19, 2016

Hiring at a nonprofit can be a little different than the private sector. The budget for posting jobs and recruiting may be completely non-existent and hiring may not follow a set schedule. This often leaves nonprofits with relying solely on job posts to their own website or free local listings. While this is a good thing to do, it can be difficult for the right passion-driven candidates to realize that you are even hiring.

That's why we have compiled this list of the 7 best nonprofit recruitment sites to post your nonprofit positions to so you are able to reach those looking to follow a nonprofit career.

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Snapchat Marketing: How to Use Snapchat to Market your Small Business!  [INFOGRAPHIC]

Posted by Caileen Kehayas on April 12, 2016

"What is the big deal with Snapchat & how can I use Snapchat to market my small business?"

This is a question I am seeing all over the Internet lately.  

Most people think Snapchat is a way to send a NSFW photo only to have it disappear within seconds.  Others think it's just a place to take a picture of yourself puking a rainbow.  

So, what is Snapchat and why is everyone talking about it? 

In this infographic, we will explore what Snapchat is, how businesses are using it and how you can Snapchat to market your small business! 

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HR Blogs: Who is the Most Social and What Does that Means for You?

Posted by Sean Falconer on April 11, 2016

When it comes to the top HR blogs to follow, there's lots of great great HR blog lists out there.

If you're looking to discover the best places to guest blog and what blogs have the most influence, then you'll love this infographic.

The infographic ranks the top HR blogs by their Twitter presence.

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Best Construction Jobs: 7 Amazing Jobs Sites to Hire Construction Talent

Posted by Caileen Kehayas on April 7, 2016

In February of 2016, the number of unfilled construction jobs reached the highest point since the recession.  Since the end of the Great Recession, there has been a steady increase in open construction jobs throughout The United States.  One of builders' main challenges, in fact, is staffing their sites.  

We compiled this list of some of the best construction recruitment sites to post construction and engineering jobs in order to find the best talent for any project.  

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Top Interview Questions - 150+ Technology Startups Share their Most Important Interview Question

Posted by Sean Falconer on April 5, 2016

Technology giants like Google and Microsoft spend huge amounts of money on recruiting.  They recognize that hiring well is key to continuing to succeed as a business. The same is true for technology startups where each hire, good or bad, can have massive impact on the business.  

The interview is a key component to success with hiring and conducting good interviews takes practice. This is a major problem.

How do you know if the questions you are asking are helping you figure out whether to hire the candidate or not?

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What Career Path Leads to Success on Survivor?

Posted by Sean Falconer on March 28, 2016

Recently we wrote about what career has been historically most successful on The Bachelor. In this post, we turn our attention to reality TV's most well known strategic competition show Survivor

Survivor has been on the air since 2000. With 32 seasons (roughly two per year), almost 500 people have played Survivor. 

Each season, we see similar casting types and archetypes. Fans of the show know that CBS casting loves to create diverse casts of models, farmers, struggling actors, doctors, lawyers, and beauty queens. But who gets cast the most? Are some careers better suited for Survivor challenges than others? Does your career impact your performance? 

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