When manufacturers hire new workers, they’d like to think they hired the best candidates for the job. But many employers have caught some crazy lies on resumes, according to a recent CareerBuilder survey.
A good interview is no guarantee that an applicant’s going to get the job. And often, doing something memorable can actually give you a leg up against the competition. But what these applicants thought would be memorable was actually just downright inappropriate. [Read more…]
Given the chance, these three types of people will destroy your organization, unless you do something about them.
A leading business consultant lists the behaviors that prove your human resources department is hurting your company.
Yes, unemployment is still at near-record levels, but many manufacturing execs say they want to hire more workers, and prospective employees don’t have the necessary skills. [Read more…]
Setting the right tone in a performance review can be tough — especially when the supervisor doesn’t have a lot of experience evaluating workers. [Read more…]
Do you have a moonwalking specialist on staff? It might not be a job requirement for most manufacturing positions, but one worker chose to include it on his resume. Here are some more off-the-wall resume blunders. [Read more…]
Interviews are a great way for employers to really get to know a potential new hire, but this may not always be a good thing for the candidate. [Read more…]
When you have a he-said/she-said situation, three obstacles can prevent you from getting the right evidence to make the right decision.
We’ve listed outrageous interview questions before, and everyone has a story of that interviewer who asked a crazy, out-of-the-blue interview question. Here’s another round of weird questions job-seekers were asked. [Read more…]