News & Articles - hiring

  • Smart hiring managers invest in getting to know candidates

    By Sheila Wong Common courtesy is not just something we remember from the past – it can be an asset in recruiting today. How you treat your candidates before, during and after the interview process is very telling of the type of manager you are perceived to be. It is instrumental in attracting the kind of candidate you need in our service-based industry. How does this apply? It’s a lot like dating. After talking to a classmate from his MBA…

    Career Development, HR Tips, Meeting Community, People & Profiles, The Business of Meetings

  • How smart managers hire so they don’t have to fire

    By Sheila Wong Like the real estate market, the events industry takes its cue from the state of the economy. The events industry can be more of a lagging indicator because of the advanced planning required. In recent months, there’s been a hiring buzz in the meetings and events industry for event support staff. Hiring managers are starting to feel the squeeze when it comes to finding good people. This is due to the unemployment rate dropping to a nine-year…

    Career Development, HR Tips, People & Profiles

  • Hiring for success: Important tips for making quality hires

    By Jenny Faucher Making quality hires is crucial to the success of any organization, and missing one step can lead to headaches down the road. Here are some tips to ensure you keep ahead and focused on hiring the best person for your organization. Take your time and cast a wide net Invest time into the process. Start the process with the right mindset, and know that you won’t have someone hired in a few weeks. The process, if done…

    HR Tips, People & Profiles

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