To Make the Best Hire, Look for the “X Factor”
To Make the Best Hire, Look for the “X Factor”

By Guy Ross
on December 11, 2017 in Employers

To make the best hire in today’s candidate-short construction market, companies should look for the “x factor”. It is important to keep an open mind and think outside the box when it comes to finding talent.

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2017 General Construction Compensation Review
2017 General Construction Compensation Review

By Charlie Kimmel
on November 27, 2017 in Employers

Kimmel & Associates has a long history of providing the construction industry with helpful data. To that end, we are pleased to offer you the 2017 Kimmel & Associates General Construction Compensation Review.

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Logistics Startups Are Harnessing the Power of Innovation -- Are You?
Logistics Startups Are Harnessing the Power of Innovation -- Are You?

By Anne Kimmel
on November 27, 2017 in Employers

As technology evolves and entrepreneurship flourishes, the logistics industry is seeing the impacts of a changing global market. Logistics startups are harnessing the power of innovation.

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Building Company Loyalty Starts With Making Your Best Offer
Building Company Loyalty Starts With Making Your Best Offer

By Guy Ross
on November 20, 2017 in Employers

Building company loyalty starts with the initial offer to a candidate. Making your first offer your best offer establishes a foundation of respect and enthusiasm.

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The Importance of Hiring Correctly in a Candidate-Short Market
The Importance of Hiring Correctly in a Candidate-Short Market

By Greg Raxter
on November 13, 2017 in Employers

Competition for talent in the auto industry is fierce. To hire correctly in this candidate-short market, companies should streamline their hiring process.

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2017 Waste and Recycling Compensation Review
2017 Waste and Recycling Compensation Review

By Kimmel & Associates
on November 6, 2017 in Employers

To continue our tradition of serving the industry, we offer you the 2017 Kimmel & Associates Waste and Recycling Compensation Review.

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Are Your Salaries and Benefits in Line with Your Competitors?
Are Your Salaries and Benefits in Line with Your Competitors?

By Kimmel & Associates
on November 6, 2017 in Employers

Using the following quiz, you can determine if your waste and recycling company is still competitive in terms of total compensation.

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Keep the Lines of Communication Open Throughout the Hiring Process
Keep the Lines of Communication Open Throughout the Hiring Process

By Alan MacNair
on October 23, 2017 in Employers

Keeping an open line of communication is a simple way to ensure that the hiring process goes as smoothly as possible.

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Talent is Easy; Alignment is Hard
Talent is Easy; Alignment is Hard

By Lynn Failing
on October 9, 2017 in Employers

Finding “the best” candidate or talent is easy; alignment is hard and requires finding the right person for the right company at the right time.

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Do You Have the Right Role Players to Support Your Superstars?
Do You Have the Right Role Players to Support Your Superstars?

By Guy Ross
on September 26, 2017 in Employers

To succeed in business, companies must hire the right role players to support superstar performers.

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Every Candidate Has a Shelf Life
Every Candidate Has a Shelf Life

By Korre Humes
on September 13, 2017 in Employers

Every candidate has a shelf life of about seven days in this candidate-strong construction market. Efficiency and expediency are key to landing exceptional talent.

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Ten Things I Think I Think About Construction Today
Ten Things I Think I Think About Construction Today

By Guy Ross
on September 5, 2017 in Employers

Guy Ross delivers his thoughts on the construction industry today: candidate salaries, construction companies’ offers, recession hangover, labor shortage, and more.

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