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New employees are usually excited and optimistic as they accept a job offer and schedule a start date. In most cases, it’s safe to assume they wouldn’t have applied or said yes if their hearts weren’t in it. So, during their first week (or day or month) on the job, it’s your responsibility as an… read the rest »

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EXTENSION RECRUITING WINS INAVERO’S BEST OF STAFFING® CLIENT AND TALENT AWARDS FOR THE SECOND CONSECUTIVE YEAR Earned by less than two percent of all staffing agencies in the U.S. and Canada MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – February 15, 2018 – Extension, Inc., a leading recruiting and staffing firm in Administrative/Professional, Accounting/Finance, Information Technology, Sales/Marketing, and Engineering, announced today they have won Inavero’s… read the rest »

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EXTENSION RECRUITING WINS INAVERO’S 2017 BEST OF STAFFING® CLIENT AND TALENT AWARDS  Earned by less than two percent of all staffing agencies in the U.S. and Canada MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN – February 16, 2017 – Extension, Inc., a leading recruiting and staffing firm in Administrative/Professional, Accounting/Finance, Information Technology, Sales/Marketing, and Engineering, announced today they have won Inavero’s Best of… read the rest »

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Your onboarding process can smooth the transition and provide a warm welcome for newly hired employees, which can make a strong impression and encourage feelings of loyalty and connection. But there’s another reason why you go the extra mile during a new employees first few days and weeks; you want to set the employee up… read the rest »

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During your interview, you’ll be doing everything you can to explain your background and convince your interviewer that you’re a perfect match for this position. You’ll talk about your education, your previous positions, your special skills, and your career plans during the next three-to-five years. You’ll be relying on the power of your words to… read the rest »

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Hiring is expensive. Most experienced managers recognize this, and they keep this fact in mind as they look for ways to make the selection process more effective and accurate. But no matter how well you streamline your sourcing, screening, and interview approaches, you’ll still break the bank if you have to staff the same position… read the rest »