Employee Spotlight: Michelle Soito

The biggest thing for companies hiring to keep in mind is to keep the process for every candidate consistent. This will help remove bias from your hiring process. Ultimately what is most important to evaluate is a candidate’s culture fit, their motivations and the performance of a person that translates to a successful hire, so being open minded to ALL those types of candidates is important.

Culture Fit & Values Alignment: 4 Tips to Help Avoid a Bad Hire

Dealing with a toxic employee can be a complete hassle at best. They can be a drain on your productivity and your profits. But what if you could avoid that bad hire altogether? With these 4 tips you will be able to determine true indicators of a valuable and top talent candidate!

Hiring in 2020: Hire the RIGHT Person the First Time

“The worst thing about having an average employee are not the mistakes they’re going to make, the worse thing is they are taking up space that could be occupied by someone phenomenal.” – Bill Gates Too many times over the past few years, we have seen companies small and large not taking the time to […]

Interview Tips to help companies HIRE RIGHT the First Time: PART 3

75% of companies we have met over the last decade are NOT completing reference checks on a consistent basis before hiring someone. Done right, reference checks are invaluable.

2 of 3 Interview Tips to help companies HIRE RIGHT the First Time: PART 2

When interviewing, we all want to believe we are fair and that we will pick the best person for the job, right? Interview thoroughly, assess objectively, and you will increase the chances that you will hire the best candidate!

Hiring Horror: Are you Spooked by Ghostings? ? Don’t Become Your Own Worst Nightmare

What may be a notorious and cruel dating practice is now creeping into the workplace as more employers report being “ghosted” by job seekers who NO SHOW to an interview or by their own newly hired employees who end all communications without any explanation or outright vanish without a trace. But is “ghosting” just happening to employers? Businesses need to take steps in helping create a more transparent, more meaningful, and more people-first recruitment process. Be a treat, not a trick.

1 of 3 Interview Tips to help companies HIRE RIGHT the First Time: PART 1

As the Hiring Manager, you have a hectic work schedule in addition to reviewing a stack of resumes for an open position. What happens when you review the resumes? While the qualifications, skills and experience a candidate HAS are important aspects to consider when reviewing resumes, when it comes to interviewing, we want you to use our TIP #1.

Community Spotlight: TERI, Inc.

We are in business to serve our community. Being active in the community is good for business for several reasons; it gives employees a sense of purpose and commitment and can help with recruitment and retention when employees know that community involvement is a top priority at their organization.

Meet Our Woman of the Month: Amee Aragon

Amee is one of Wejungo’s finest employees and we couldn’t be more proud to interview her in honor of Women’s History Month. Amee began working with us after a career break from one of the most important jobs, being a mom to her 3 young children. We have chosen to spotlight Amee because she is an outstanding example of a woman who truly “does it all”. Get to know Wejungo’s woman of the month!

Why We Love Women (And You Should, Too!)

Women make a HUGE positive difference for businesses. Not only are they exceptionally engaged managers, they balance work and life extremely well but they also excel at providing positive feedback. All have a tremendously positive impact on businesses including increasing productivity, engagement, retention, communication, creativity and profit.