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Inspirational candidate interview feedback examples

Bob

Interview feedback is integral to the recruitment process, but figuring out phrasing can get tricky. This article offers candidate interview feedback examples that HR professionals can use for inspiration. What is interview feedback? Interview feedback is the feedback given to a job candidate after they finish the interview process with a company. While some organizations do not provide interview feedback, it is best practice to offer it, as it benefits both the candidate and the employer.

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Why You Can’t Stop Procrastinating

Thrive Global

There are explainable reasons as to why you procrastinate at work. But how can you break the stressful cycle? Getty. “Winners take time to relish their work, knowing that scaling the mountain is what makes the view from the top exhilarating.”—Denis Waitley, motivational speaker and writer. You’re behind on a deadline, but instead of sitting down in front of your screen, you go for a long walk, worry stalking you the entire way.

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How Are Background Check Disputes Handled?

Peopletrail

Background checks tell an impactful story— a story that can influence employment, residence, and reputation. The accuracy of each and every background check is very important. For this reason, reputable screening companies put considerable emphasis on quality assurance and compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) — the federal law protecting consumers from erroneous consumer report information.

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6 Tell-Tale Signs Of “Quiet Quitting” At Work

Thrive Global

Before the pandemic, employee engagement and well-being were escalating globally, but in 2022 it leveled off, according Gallup. The phenomenon of “quiet quitting” among the American workforce has contributed to this problem, costing companies as much as $150 billion annually by some estimates —even more than absenteeism. The Tell-Tale Signs Of ‘Quiet Quitting’.

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Breaking the Burnout Cycle: Empowering Managers for Excellence

Speaker: Adri Glover - Head of People, and Mollie Hinz - Sr. People Partner

In the fast-paced world of work, burnout has emerged as a critical issue. Alarming statistics reveal two in five U.S. workers experience feeling burned out. However, the situation is even more dire among managers, with nearly half reporting burnout, often hidden behind their responsibilities and the desire to uplift their teams. Recognizing the severity of this problem is crucial.

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7 Steps to Managing a Disgruntled Employee

HR Digest

Managing a disgruntled employee is one of the most difficult things an employer can do. A disgruntled employee would often wreck the culture by sharing their common toxic traits with other employees. It becomes even more concerning when their behavior has a negative impact on the customer experience as unhappy employees are less likely to go the extra mile to ensure that your customers are happy.

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How To Avoid An Unamazing Customer Experience

Forbes Leadership Strategy

A recent study from NICE found that 81% of consumers today start with a digital channel when they have a question, a need or want to buy something. They don’t call the company. They go to a website, YouTube, Google search, etc.

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11 Secrets to Resilience

Thrive Global

Humans are incredibly resilient beings, but we need to heal at every interval of life. Healing isn’t something we do once then never do again—it’s an everyday endeavor. We go through life mending old wounds but not realizing that at the same time, new ones are being inflicted. In our efforts to overcome pain, we might choose to ignore what hurts us and bury it into our subliminal mind.

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Do You Even Know If Your Team Is “Quiet Quitting”?

Forbes Leadership Strategy

If you’re a leader today, it’s time to connect more deeply with those you manage.

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7 Tips To Sidestep Perfectionism

Thrive Global

“Go and make mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Break the rules. Leave the world more interesting for you being here.”. —Neil Gaiman, author. There’s one particular habit many workers bring to their quest for career success, and that one thing backfires because it goes against the grain of human nature: Perfectionism.

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From Awareness to Action: An HR Guide to Making Accessibility Accessible

Speaker: Danielle Johnson - Director of HR, Compliance & DEI in AI tech at Impact Observatory

Making accessibility accessible for organizations of all sizes may seem complex, but it doesn’t have to be. Prepare to broaden your understanding of Disability, Cultural Competency, and Inclusion with this insightful webinar. We’ll explore disability as a vibrant culture, understand the nuances of reasonable accommodations under the ADA, and navigate the complexities of undue hardship while challenging the status quo of accessibility practices.

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13 Hiring and Recruiting Superpower Tips

GoHire - HR

We asked recruiters, hiring managers, and business leaders for their Superpower tips for successfully hiring the best candidates. What’s your “secret” recruiting superpower? Is it your process? Your structure? A special set of tools or tech? Your ability to listen and get people? [lwptoc min=”2″ depth=”6″ hierarchical=”0″ numeration=”decimal” numerationSuffix=”dot” title=”Superhuman Recruiting Tips” skipHea

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7 Tips To Prevent Telepressure From Interfering With Your Life

Thrive Global

Do you answer your cell phone every time it rings? Or do you check email the minute it beeps? If so, you could be a click away from a workday ruled by telepressure —the compulsive need to quickly respond to emails, texts, news alerts, voicemails and other digital messages. These interruptions can seduce you or anyone struggling with boundaries into losing themselves in the bottomless pit of work tasks and electronic devices, interfering with engagement and productivity and raising cumulative str

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The 10 Commandments To Reduce Work Stress And Prevent Burnout

Thrive Global

Labor Day pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers and is traditionally observed on the first Monday in September. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19th century and became a federal holiday in 1894. As the holiday approaches this year, American workers report stress and burnout at all-time highs. An online survey conducted by The Harris Poll for Samsonite in July of this year reported that 56% of the 800 employees polled said they feel burnt out at w

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Stories of Ukrainian women, who received psychological help from Nelia Lekhnovska

Thrive Global

Here are 4 stories of brave Ukrainian women, who faced many challenges since Russia started full-scale invasion of Ukraine on 24-Feb-2022. Each story is a mix of pain & suffering and hope at the same time. Nelia Lekhnovska is Ukrainian psychologist-counselor, who herself fled from the war with her family and since that time is helping many Ukrainian women overcome different crisis situations in their lives. 1.

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A Seat At The Table: HR's Vital Role In Modern Businesses

HR leaders play a pivotal role in shaping the success of modern businesses. But to truly become a vital, thriving part of the business, the most successful HR departments adopt the strategic mindset and approach of “future-ready” companies. This guide will explore four strategic tactics for your people strategy to help secure HR’s place as a critical part of the business.

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9 Rules To Stay Calm, Cool, And Collected

Thrive Global

American workers—overwhelmed by work, lack of sleep, societal and economic issues, loss, recession worries and the uncertainty of what lies ahead—are reporting work stress at epidemic proportions. Here are nine rules you can follow to stay calm, cool and collected when you get stuck in work stress. The W-A-I-T rule. The acronym WAIT is a quick and easy shortcut, to short-circuit stressful reactions: W atch what’s going on within when you’re triggered.

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Can We Quell Our Gen Z Grandchildren’s Fears About the Future?

Thrive Global

The angst was evident when I interviewed my five Gen Z grandchildren to find out what was on their minds. It’s no wonder?—?those born after 1997 have faced, from a young age, an economic crisis, a pandemic health crisis, the fight against terrorism, political instability, school shootings, and the ravages of climate change. What struck me was their shared concern for the larger world and their worry about the kind of future they will live in.