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HR.BLR.com, By Joe Weinlick
Monday, November 03, 2014
Companies want it all when it comes to job candidates—someone who is experienced in every aspect of the job for which they are applying, as well as the technology that’s relevant to it. The focus on defining every desired skill has led to not only high standards, but impractical job postings.
MainSt, By Kathryn Tuggle
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Most professionals get enough email in their inbox every day to make them want to scream — there’s no reason the content of those emails should also be infuriating. Here’s a look at the five most annoying (and infinitely avoidable) phrases often found in work emails.
JobBoarders, By Joe Stubblebine
Monday, October 20, 2014
Every year, I have the pleasure of attending HRTech. It is by far my favorite show in the HR\Recruitment space. Technology is the foundation that supports the innovation in our industry. As new products and services emerge, employers are provided with even more tools to automate sourcing, provide deep visibility into their spending, and manage everything from sourcing, pre-screening, background checks, interviewing, onboarding and retention.
MainSt, By Ellen Chang
Thursday, October 16, 2014
The prolonged job hiring process has translated into a disconnect between job seekers and human resource professionals with both groups disagreeing on whether there are enough qualified candidates.
Entrepreneur, By Andre Lavoie
Tuesday, October 07, 2014
The influx of job-hopping young professionals today is giving many companies a headache. In fact, according to a 2013 Millennial Branding and Beyond.com study, 30 percent of companies lost 15 percent or more of their millennial employees in 2013. However, this doesn’t have to be a negative occurrence.
Recruiter.com, By Joshua Bjerke
Monday, October 06, 2014
Beyond, The Career Network, has announced that there may be a significant disconnect during the hiring process.
HRMorning.com, By Joe Weinlick
Friday, September 26, 2014
It seems everyone wants a purple squirrel these days – the candidate with precisely the right education, experience and qualifications to mirror the job description perfectly. It’s time to stop this insanity, writes Joe Weinlick, of the online career network Beyond.com. He offers up a more effective way to recruit.
Benefits Pro, By Dan Cook
Tuesday, September 23, 2014
According to data derived from interviews with 4,000 hiring professionals and job candidates by Beyond.com, there’s a yawning gap between how the HR folks define “qualified” and how job seekers define the word.
Next Avenue, By Nancy Collamer
Monday, September 22, 2014
Tips from experts: How to get hired when employers are looking for 'unicorns'.
The Seattle Times, By Randy Woods
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
In a recent survey of more than 4,000 job applicants and HR professionals nationwide, recruiting firm Beyond.com found that 75 percent of the HR respondents said that they continued having problems recruiting enough qualified workers.
Business News Daily, By Chad Brooks
Friday, September 12, 2014
New research from Beyond finds that the majority of job seekers aren't using their resumes to paint themselves in the best light.
Workopolis, By Peter Harris
Thursday, September 11, 2014
A new survey from Beyond of 4,000 candidates and human resources professionals reveals the gap between their perception, and why it’s hard for employers and job seekers to successfully connect.
Los Angeles Times, By Sara Horowitz
Monday, August 25, 2014
Data, including a study from Beyond and Millennial Branding, reveals that workers want a more flexible work environment.
KSWO: 7 News
Wednesday, August 06, 2014
Lawton is among the top ten places to find a job in the country according to Beyond's latest Career Trends [INFOGRAPHIC].
The Des Moines Register, By Matthew Patane
Wednesday, August 06, 2014
Iowa's capital city is in the Top Ten for its number of job openings, according to Beyond.com.
Life Hacker, By Mark Wilson
Thursday, July 31, 2014
Just because a company isn't advertising jobs, it doesn't mean it's not hiring. Wax lyrical about a firm you like online, and it could help to get your foot in the door. Joe Weinlick, vice president of market for Beyond.com suggests becoming a brand advocate on social networks.
Fast Company, By Stephanie Vozza
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
It’s possible to get your dream job even if a company isn’t hiring.
Business News Daily, By Brittney Helmrich
Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Applying for a new job? The perfect cover letter could mean the difference between hearing, "When can you start?" and falling victim to the Delete button. We asked several hiring managers (including Beyond's Joe Weinlick) and business owners for the absolute worst thing a candidate can include in his or her cover letter.
Next Avenue, By Nancy Collamer
Monday, July 28, 2014
In today’s hypercompetitive job market, effective follow-up after the interview is a must, and failing to do it well might cause you to lose out to another candidate.
Yahoo! Education, By Lia Sestric
Thursday, July 24, 2014
In these high-paying jobs, age can be an asset rather than a barrier to entry.

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