Monthly Archive: July 2012

How To Fire Someone: Lessons From A Talking Teddy Bear

Posted by The Resumator under Hire

Anyone catch the movie Ted yet? If you’re an entrepreneur or business leader, you need to. First of all, it's hilarious. But it's uncanny how a young boy’s relationship with a stuffed animal can teach you a thing or two about how to fire someone. Quick Synopsis It's about a young boy, John (grownup John is played by Mark Wahlberg), […]

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A Whole New Kind of Paid Vacation

Posted by The Resumator under Press

Paid Vacation, And Then Some! If you're interested in HR, you have to check out this awesome blog post by our friends at FullContact, called Paid Vacation? Not Cool. You Know What's Cool? Paid, PAID, Vacation. In the post, FullContact Co-Founder and CEO Bart Lorang talks about his radical idea for vacation time. It's not just paid vacation, but paid-for vacation, and up to $7500 worth -- […]

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Onboarding Process for New Hire Success: Building a Roadmap

Posted by The Resumator under Press

Achievement is a relative thing: you don't feel like you've achieved something until you feel like you've reached your potential. You need to have a clear picture of where you are -- and where you can go -- to judge true success in a new role. You need a good onboarding process to help your new hires reach their potential.  Here's […]

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Search The Resumator Up To 3,000% Faster

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Customers with the largest numbers of applicants and resumes will have the greatest increases in speed. Even with an extremely large resume database, you can search The Resumator and find the candidates you want in just seconds.

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