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Katherine Lamondia-Wrinkle

Reading Between the Lines

What a Résumé Can Say — or Not Say — About a Candidate Cynthia Landry says that, despite many advances in the process of recruiting, evaluating, and eventually hiring talent, the résumé remains one of the most critical pieces of the puzzle. It presents the candidate with a chance to make a case, she explained, […]

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Charlotte Cathro

Cutting Corners

What You Should Know About Worker Misclassification Since the downturn in the economy, businesses have been looking for ways to cut costs, and the largest cost for many is payroll. Companies might engage more part-time and temporary workers, in addition to independent consultants, to reduce expenses. However, business owners could find themselves in a difficult […]

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Patricia Canavan

Putting Out the Call

Thing5, United Personnel Ramp Up Search for 500 Employees The announcement that Thing5 would relocate to downtown Springfield and hire 500 new employees this year was met with suitable excitement by city officials hungry for more economic development downtown, as well as by career seekers even hungrier for well-paying jobs. But the initial excitement has […]

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