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What to Offer Your Employees When You Can’t Offer a Raise

August 26, 2016 2:00 pm
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'Ideas ahead' road sign

It’s the question every small business leader dreads: “Can I have a raise?” It’s not that you don’t want to grant your employees a raise — especially when they deserve it — it’s that you simply don’t have the budget right now.

If you’ve ran the numbers and there’s simply no way to offer your employee a raise right now, it is best to be honest with the employee and explain the situation.

3 Ways to Attract (and Keep) the Best Candidates

August 25, 2016 11:10 am
How to Attract and Keep the Best Candidates |
How to Attract and Keep the Best Candidates
With a low unemployment rate, it has become harder to find talent to fill positions. Here are three ways to attract and retain the best candidates.

6 Questions That Help You Get the Most Out of Reference Checks

August 24, 2016 2:00 pm
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Find out more, appearing behind torn brown paper.

Small business owners already pressed for time and eager to fill vacancies may gloss over the process of checking references. But skimping now can result in major repercussions later when a bad hire takes a toll on the company and forces you back to recruiting from square one.

View reference checks as a valuable opportunity rather than as a chore, and go beyond simply verifying titles and dates of employment.

12 Recruiting Tweets That Are Just Too Real

August 24, 2016 1:00 pm
12 Recruiting Tweets That Are Just Too Real |
12 Recruiting Tweets That Are Just Too Real
We gathered these recruiting tweets that real-life people posted to Twitter so you can commiserate.

Why Supply and Demand is Key to Your Recruitment Strategy

August 23, 2016 1:00 pm
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Supply and Demand: A Fundamental Piece of the Recruitment Puzzle
Supply and demand should play a role in your everyday approach to finding the right candidates to fill your open positions or build your talent pool.

4 Features Every Small Business Career Site Needs

August 22, 2016 2:00 pm
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Hand pointing at Content word of Website Creation concept on chalkboard

Did you know that the vast majority of job seekers visit a company’s career site during their job search? For small business employers, it’s even more essential to have a dedicated career site — a place where you can educate job seekers about what makes your company unique and why they should work for you — in your own words and on your own terms.

Did You Know? Our Labor Market Insights Cover Over 99% of the Workforce

August 22, 2016 12:01 pm
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We’ve seen time and again how labor market data, when used to inform decision-making, can change lives and improve economies. Having access to the most compelling data will enable you to confidently make important recruitment decisions, target relevant candidates and fill critical positions faster.

7 Things Giving Recruiters That #FridayFeeling

August 19, 2016 5:30 pm
6 Things Giving Recruiters that #FridayFeeling |
6 Things Giving Recruiters that #FridayFeeling
Here are 7 things sure to give you that #FridayFeeling.

Why and How to Help Employees Manage Their Finances

August 19, 2016 1:00 pm
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Man in white shirt and black tie holding an empty wallet.

Think employers have no business worrying about what employees do with their paychecks? While you certainly can’t dictate your small business team’s personal spending, it does make sense to know how your workers fare. Recent CareerBuilder research found that 37 percent of employees at small businesses feel they usually or always live paycheck to paycheck, and 67 percent are in debt.

13 Bizarre Things Candidates Have Done In Job Interviews

August 18, 2016 7:06 pm
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Most Unusual Things Candidates Have Done in the Interview
With so much at stake, some candidates are doing some creative and crazy things in the interview to make sure they’re not forgotten. These are some of the most outrageous interview mistakes candidates have made.

Your Straight-Up Guide to OFCCP Compliance

August 17, 2016 7:29 pm
Your Straight-Up Guide to OFCCP Compliance |
Your Straight-Up Guide to OFCCP Compliance
The OFCCP compliance landscape leaves employers with questions that need some answers. So we've created a no-frills OFCCP compliance FAQ guide for you.

The Most Common Hiring Mistakes to Avoid

August 17, 2016 2:00 pm
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red pencil erasing a mistake

As a small business leader, you undoubtedly realize the importance of selecting the right employees to help your company succeed. This pressure to make a good hiring decision can turn the hiring process into a stressful venture. A bad hire can damage your company’s progress and force you to waste valuable time and money recruiting a replacement.

Unfortunately, even the most seasoned business professionals make hiring errors.

7 Recruitment Best Practices From the Trenches

August 16, 2016 2:00 pm
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7 Recruitment Best Practices From the Trenches
We sat down with experts who are deep in the talent acquisition trenches to talk about best practices that you can implement in your own organization.

How to Deliver Bad News to Your Employees

August 15, 2016 2:00 pm
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Bad news from a boss at the meeting

As a small business owner, you hold a double-edged sword when it comes to conveying information. While you get the thrill of announcing a major new client or offering a promotion, you also bear the burden of revealing budget cuts and other negative news items. The family-like atmosphere of your workplace can make communicating bad news particularly hard because of closeness to the people involved.

1 in 5 CEOs Say Biggest Recruitment Tech Challenge Due to Multiple Hiring Sources

August 15, 2016 2:00 pm
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wage growth

For the month of August, we’re taking over Talent Factor to look more closely at CareerBuilder’s recent acquisitions — and how they’re making a big impact on your business in 2016 and beyond.

Did you know? The average company uses over 15 different tools to source and manage candidates, according to internal CareerBuilder research. But is all of this technology doing more harm than good?

5 TED Talks Every Small Business Leader Should See

August 12, 2016 2:00 pm
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Speaker at Business Conference with Public Presentations. Audience at the conference hall. Entrepreneurship club. Rear view. Horisontal composition. Background blur.

Let’s face it: Every small business leader needs a little extra inspiration sometimes. Watching a TED Talk can be a great way to discover new ideas or new ways of thinking in an entertaining and educational format. And because they are relatively short in length, you can watch them when you’re pressed for time or “on the go.” Below are five TED Talks that speak particularly well to small business leaders.

Millennials: They’re Just Like Us

August 12, 2016 1:00 pm
Millennials: They're Just Like Us |
Millennials: They're Just Like Us
Here are 10 gifs that prove millennials are just like anyone else.

How to Help Employees Overcome Financial Stress

August 11, 2016 7:02 pm
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Business man showing close up his empty pocket

Even in a post-recession environment, many working Americans are still struggling with anxiety over their finances. Three-quarters of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck to make ends meet, according to a survey from CareerBuilder, and while making ends meet is a struggle for many post-recession, those with minimum wage jobs continue to be hit the hardest. Of workers who currently have a minimum wage job or have held one in the past, 66 percent said they couldn’t make ends meet, and 50 percent said they had to work more than one job to make it work.

15 Recruitment Emojis That Don’t Exist — But Should

August 10, 2016 2:51 pm
15 Recruitment Emojis That Don’t Exist — But Should |
15 Recruitment Emojis That Don’t Exist — But Should
Copy and paste the recruitment emoji that best suits your current mood and send it to your recruiter friends who can relate.

How to Build Your Small Business Employment Brand

August 10, 2016 2:00 pm
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boost your brand - isolated text in vintage letterpress wood type, stained by color inks, with a cup of coffee

Do you know what your employment brand is? Most companies are aware of their consumer brand – that is, the reputation they have among customers as a product or a service provider; however, far fewer know what their employment brand is – that is, the reputation they have among employees as a place to work. And yet, every company has an employment brand.

New Webinar: Get Tips From a Compliance Expert (& Earn an HRCI Credit)

August 9, 2016 1:01 pm
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Join CareerBuilder and compliance expert Pamela Devata to get expert tips to being compliant as an employer when it comes to your background screening responsibilities.

Employers Use an Average of 15 Sources to Find Candidates

August 8, 2016 5:30 pm
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wage growth
Search for resumes on all of your external resourced through one integrated search engine with Broadbean.

Hiring Workers with Disabilities: Must-Knows for Small Business Owners

August 8, 2016 2:00 pm
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Image of the blue painted symbol on a parking spot indicating that the spot is for handicapped only. The symbol is a blue square, with the international symbol for handicapped parking in the middle of it. The black asphalt is clean and new.

All people tend to work for the same reasons. Money usually stands at the top of the list, but holding a job also creates pride in one’s skills and satisfaction from contributing to something meaningful. Many individuals with physical or intellectual challenges want these things just like anyone else, but they often find it difficult to secure opportunities. In fact, 2015 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows the unemployment rate for persons with a disability to be more than double that of someone without a disability (10.7 percent vs.

3 Things You Should Know From the July 2016 Jobs Report

August 5, 2016 4:00 pm
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3 Things You Should Know From the July 2016 Jobs Report
For the second month in a row, the new July BLS jobs report - which was released this morning - exceeded expectations.

Job Growth Exceeds Expectations for Second Month in a Row

August 5, 2016 2:45 pm
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survey with exceeded expectations checked

For the second month in a row, U.S. job growth exceeded economists’ expectations, according to the latest BLS employment situation report.

According to the report, released today, the U.S. added 255,000 jobs in July, after economists predicted the U.S. would add 180,000 jobs. This is the second time in two months job growth has exceeded expectations – 287,000 new jobs were created in June, up from the 180,000 new jobs expected – and a giant contrast from May’s remarkably weak job job growth (38,000, which would later be revised to a pitiful 11,000).