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Seven Ways to Get Top Candidates to Say Yes to Your Offer

It’s been said that “money makes the world go ‘round.” However, for many, money falls lower on the priority list than you might think.

Trending in Human Resources: A Glimpse into the Boston Job Market

Sara Ferraioli, Partner and Managing Director of WinterWyman’s Human Resources division, shares what’s trending in the HR hiring market and what she's anticipating in the coming months.

How to Make Sure Your Next Hire is a Culture Fit

When it comes to culture fit, “one bad apple can spoil the bunch.” Doing these key things during the interview process will improve your chances of hiring your next rising star.

Office Holiday Party Dos and Don’ts

The office holiday party! No one wants to damage their careers and their reputations with the fall-out from office party don’ts. So here are a few tips to avoid embarrassing yourself, your coworkers and your company at your next holiday gathering.

Five Reasons to Continue Your Job Search During the Holidays

Most people think that job searching during the holidays will be a waste of time. No one is hiring, everyone is on vacation and there won’t be any interview activity – don’t buy into it! The holidays can present a perfect opportunity to land a job.

Three Areas Where Automation Could Hurt Your Hiring Process

While automation can help with efficiencies in some parts of the hiring lifecycle, it is problematic in many areas. If you are considering using automation in your hiring practice, here are some areas where it may hurt more than help.

Establishing Trust in High Performing Executive Teams

At its core, running a business requires senior leaders to clearly communicate the ideas and strategies powering the organization to its talent base and then allow its employees to execute the vision. Unfortunately, business leaders often lose sight of this in the never-ending pursuit of growth, costing their companies money, time and people.

How to Make Reference Checks a Valuable Part of the Hiring Process

When done right, references are a crucial part of the hiring process. They offer a view of how the candidate performs in the workplace, and help assess his or her potential for success within the role and company. Reference checks are an integral part of the hiring process that shouldn’t be overlooked.

When is Right to Extend a Counter Offer

When it comes to offering employees a counteroffer, every situation is unique and needs to be addressed subjectively. Sometimes it’s best to extend a counteroffer, and other times, an employer needs to wish the employee well and let them go.

Are You Prepared for the New Massachusetts Equal Pay Act?

Under the guidance of Hillary Massey of law firm Seyfarth Shaw, and Michelle Roccia, WinterWyman’s EVP of Employee Engagement, we’ve put together an overview of some notable parts of the updated Mass Equal Pay Act.

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