Hiring the right talent is the cornerstone to success, no matter what your business is

Hiring the wrong talent is not only a risk to your reputation and long-term success – it’s also pretty pricey. It costs $7,000 to replace a salaried employee, $10,000 to replace a mid-level employee and $40,000 to replace a senior executive, according to statistics from

As a small business, you have a lot more to offer top talent than your competitors – even if they’re 10 times your size

By Jess Campbell

If you’re a small business owner, you know that attracting – let alone keeping – top talent can be a tough game. It’s especially ruthless when your competitors are giants that offer everything but the moon to all the greatest talent.

Revolutionize your outdated interview process to capture a highly skilled and underemployed group of people

By Cris Brady

Neurodiversity is a paradigm shift, enabling parents, schools and, more recently, companies to transition out from an archaic “one size fits all” method of teaching and testing.

Assess technical skills before moving candidates forward in the interviewing process

By Natalia Panowicz

According to a December 2016 survey by the career site Indeed, nearly 90 per cent of companies reported they find it challenging to find and hire technical talent. Seventy-five per cent of HR managers surveyed said that the time it takes to fill IT positions has increased in the past three years.

Hiring for the future in the midst of uncertainty

By Frank Costanzo

There is a certain quote that gets attributed to numerous speakers – from Albert Einstein to Sir Winston Churchill – and it goes like this: “It is difficult to make predictions, especially about the future.”

Regardless of the source of the quote, we naturally focus on predictions for the future, or trends, that will have a dramatic effect on every aspect of talent management – from the way that we select and retain individuals to development and succession planning.

By Liz Bernier

For knowledge workers in a brave new global marketplace, many of us are still surprisingly reluctant to venture far from home.