Five Red Flags to Look Out for When Making Your Next Sales Hire

Ask a veteran sales executive how to hire a successful salesperson, and they’ll often say: “you know one when you see them.” However, when it comes to what personality traits predict a successful sales hire, the reality is a bit more complicated.  We crunched the numbers on REAL client data, and as it turns out, some of the personality traits […]

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Why Should You Use QR Codes in Your Next Job Fair?

Job Fairs are a common way of attracting a lot of potential candidates in one place at the same time. They can make your recruitment process more personal and showcase your company’s hiring brand. Job Fairs can also present a couple of significant logistical challenges: Tracking applicants in person is not as easy as doing it online via your ATS […]

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Top Tips to Decrease Employee Turnover

When new hires don’t hang around long enough to justify the time, resources, and money put into hiring and onboarding them, it’s both frustrating and expensive for the company they leave.  To make matters even worse, having a high level of turnover company-wide is associated with decreased customer satisfaction, productivity and profitability.  How can you decrease turnover rates? Keep employees […]

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Employee Development: How To Do It Right

Every company wants to bring out the best in their employees. Not only does this help with employee retention, it also helps the bottom line. But what’s the best way to do this? Feedback? Mentoring? Tuition credits? Management trends come and go, but the idea of training your employees to diversify their skills and improve their performance has stuck around. […]

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How do you measure success?

Measurements of employee performance and success are critical data points that fuel hiring, retention, and promotion decisions. (At Cangrade, these data are the basis for all of the sophisticated AI that goes into building our customized Success Models.) So, when it comes to measuring employee performance, hearing that someone is doing “fine” just doesn’t cut it – but getting a […]

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