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The Avengers You Meet In Every Job (And How To Prevent Civil War)

The one downside to superheroes is that they come with super-problems. If you've watched any of theAvengers orCaptain America movies, or read the comic books, you'll know what I mean. So imagine if you had to work with the Avengers: highly-skilled and competent people, but with super-quirks that can potentially super-annoy you. Don't fret. This guide will help you identify which Avenger you're dealing with, and how to make sure the office won't go down in flames:Iron Man ScreenRant [https://w

Cool Product Updates for April 28, 2016.

The summer heat is kicking in and we have cool product updates for our recruiters this week!Product Updates: 1. Filter by active and passive candidates on resume search [https://www.kalibrr.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Screen_Shot_2016-04-26_at_12.03.23_PM-1.png] * On the othersfilters of resume search, you can now filter for candidates who are actively looking for a job or passive looking for opportunities. * [https://www.kalibrr.com/blog/wp-content/uplo

Here's How to Keep Calm Before the Stress Storm Arrives (VIDEO)

High levels of stress stunt productivity and peace of mind. This is not the state of mind you want at work or any other place. Neuroscientist musician author Daniel Levitin [http://www.daniellevitin.com] introduces us to pre-mortem hindsight: "Look ahead and try to figure out all the things that could go wrong and then you try to figure out what you can do to prevent those things." Who knows, maybe we can dodge stress at work all together?Sign up on Kalibrr [http://kalibrr.com/?utm_source=car

What Do Job Applicants Like To See In Your Job Posts?

Picky, picky, picky. That's what jobseekers are today.  Despite the job market being more competitive than ever, job applicants are even more meticulous about job posts and descriptions. If they don't like something in the fine print, they'll keep looking. When searching for jobs, they come in with a pre-determined set of standards and requirements that a job must potentially fulfill. There's negotiating room there but you'll hook them in if your job post checks out. You might be thinking, "B

The Avengers You Meet In Every Job (And How To Prevent Civil War)

The one downside to superheroes is that they come with super-problems. If you've watched any of theAvengers orCaptain America movies, or read the comic books, you'll know what I mean. So imagine if you had to work with the Avengers: highly-skilled and competent people, but with super-quirks that can potentially super-annoy you. Don't fret. This guide will help you identify which Avenger you're dealing with, and how to make sure the office won't go down in flames:Iron Man ScreenRant [https://w

Cool Product Updates for April 28, 2016.

The summer heat is kicking in and we have cool product updates for our recruiters this week!Product Updates: 1. Filter by active and passive candidates on resume search [https://www.kalibrr.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Screen_Shot_2016-04-26_at_12.03.23_PM-1.png] * On the othersfilters of resume search, you can now filter for candidates who are actively looking for a job or passive looking for opportunities. * [https://www.kalibrr.com/blog/wp-content/uplo

Here's How to Keep Calm Before the Stress Storm Arrives (VIDEO)

High levels of stress stunt productivity and peace of mind. This is not the state of mind you want at work or any other place. Neuroscientist musician author Daniel Levitin [http://www.daniellevitin.com] introduces us to pre-mortem hindsight: "Look ahead and try to figure out all the things that could go wrong and then you try to figure out what you can do to prevent those things." Who knows, maybe we can dodge stress at work all together?Sign up on Kalibrr [http://kalibrr.com/?utm_source=car

What Do Job Applicants Like To See In Your Job Posts?

Picky, picky, picky. That's what jobseekers are today.  Despite the job market being more competitive than ever, job applicants are even more meticulous about job posts and descriptions. If they don't like something in the fine print, they'll keep looking. When searching for jobs, they come in with a pre-determined set of standards and requirements that a job must potentially fulfill. There's negotiating room there but you'll hook them in if your job post checks out. You might be thinking, "B

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