Are Your Candidates the Problem, Or Is It You?

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Look, no one wants to be told they’re not doing a good job. I’ll take the flak right here at the top. But as the fall hiring season starts and you find that your candidates are turning out to be more like guppies than prize-winning catches (apologies for that corny analogy) it may not be entirely the […]

3 Reasons Why Offboarding is Important

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Goodbyes can be hard, but it’s a necessary reality for companies. Whether an employee’s departure is planned or not, it’s very important to have an offboarding process in place to ensure the smoothest transition possible for your company and the former employee. A good onboarding process can have many benefits. An employee that has been […]

Hot Jobs of the Future

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Knowing where the job seekers will be in the future could be the difference between a relaxing day at the office and a tension headache waiting to happen. Although there are almost always openings in just about every field you can imagine, I’m going to share with you some of the hottest careers of 2020 according […]

Dear Employers, Let Us Go Home

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In today’s workforce, remote work and telecommuting are becoming increasingly popular phrases being used in online job postings—and rightfully so! With technology ever-changing and younger people entering the job pool, telecommunication is one of the many ways to catch the digital native bait that is Generation Z. Working remotely can pose as a challenge to […]

The Secret to Seasonal Hires Revealed

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Ahhhh… Fall is in the air; the smell of the seasons turning and pumpkin spice lattes! So you know what that means: it’s time to start hiring for seasonal employees. Yes, it’s the beginning of September, but if last year was any indication, you probably should have started in August, if not sooner.  So how […]

How to Thrive and Survive an Open Office

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There’s something about the absence of walls and barriers that makes me intrinsically happy. Having the ability to talk, brainstorm, and joke with coworkers helps me connect with my team, while also getting my work done. Walls only make things more complicated. At Kinetix, we’re not so close that we’re bumping elbows, but close enough […]

Changes HR Must Make to Keep Up with Gen Z

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Another year has gone by and you know what that means! Generation Z is here and ready to work–and it’s time you put your best foot forward to show that your company is the real All-Star. Unfortunately, your company’s HR may have to tweak a few things to make that true. Here are some changes a fellow […]

How to Change Your Biased Blind Hiring Process

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Humans are problematic–it’s been proven over and over again. When it comes to hiring, those problematic hominids can get in the way of the talent decision making, especially in terms of diversifying the workplace.  Talent pools need to be more reflective of the world we live in, but that doesn’t mean everyone you hire is […]

How to Attract Generation Z to Your Company

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Most Generation Zs are coming to an age where we are looking for work, and chances are we will be the future of your company. So, how are you going to keep your business alive with Gen Z on the rise? Simple, hire them. Believe it or not, we need a job too. Many Gen […]

Taking a Seat at the Table: A Grad’s Guide to Stepping Into *sigh* the Workforce

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First, take a slow, deep breath and try to hold on to the positive memories you’ve had over the last 4 to 7 years. Remember the early mornings, late nights, last-minute assignments, group projects, grilled cheese sandwiches, and ramen noodles? Well, I’ve got some good news and bad news: The bad news, those dog days […]