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How To Keep Employee Retention Up

One thing we know to be true as recruiters in Boston. Making a bad hire can be a costly experience for an organization. From the talent acquisition phase to getting that new staff member up and running, there are a number of resources that you need to make a new hire. If that new staff member is not a good fit, you may have to start the recruiting process all over again. And that takes time and...
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What To Do If You Get Laid Off

If you are laid off from your job there are a few things you should keep in mind. 1. Keep your emotions in check and do not get angry. In most cases of large scale reductions in force, there is buzz going around in advance that something is going to happen. When you are confronted with it, it is normal to become upset but do not act on those feelings. You won’t regret holding back but you will re...
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Meet King & Bishop’s Neal Fay

Meet Neal Fay the Senior Director of Business Development at King & Bishop. In his position he helps build relationships with clients in order to provide them a service. In turn, this helps the recruiting team identify the right candidate resources. Neal wants clients to know that he is in it for the long run. When clients work with him he is always reachable and available whenever they need ...
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HR Services for Small Businesses

When it comes to a small business, typically defined as 49 employees or under, there may be ambiguity about what their HR profile looks like. A small business may need help meeting or navigating compliance issues related to employment, benefits and technology. With the many new regulations that come with programs such as the Affordable Care Act, commonly referred to as “Obamacare”, and the Massac...
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Resume Formatting Tips

A resume is important to making a good impression when looking for a job. If you have your resume formatted correctly, you will stand out, be noticed by recruiters and maybe even get the job. Below are some tips from King & Bishop’s Leto Papadopoulos and Tasha Schlake Festel on formatting your resume so you won’t get overlooked. -Executive Summary A recruiter likes to see a good executive...
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Where is the hiring activity going to be in 2014?

In this New Year there may be people who have been unemployed and their unemployment is expiring but they don’t know what industry to pursue. Here at King & Bishop we have seen continued growth in the job market, and looking ahead we want to tell you where those new jobs will be. On the national front, both business and consumer confidence strengthened in 2013. The US economy added an average...
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Networking: Online or in person?

By Tasha Festel Sometimes it’s not what you know, but who you know that gets you in the door. Right or wrong, networking is key to a job search. Technology has infiltrated our daily lives, and it also has our professional lives in its clutches. The world has gotten both bigger and smaller at the same time, thanks to technology. With the emergence of social networking and its evolution outside of...
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