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Keeping your candidates warm

Nonprofit Hiring News

No, this isn’t an article about offering your interviewees a blanket so they don’t freeze due to your office AC. This is an article about how to keep your applicants engaged in your hiring process when it's taking longer than…

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Creating a Social Impact Recruiting Strategy: Webinar Recap

Advice from Experts

Earlier this month, we hosted a webinar with our friends at Jazz HR to take a look at recruitment in the nonprofit industry. We explored the challenges of finding qualified candidates as well as some best practices for recruitment and…

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Five Interview Questions to Ask Volunteers

Nonprofit Hiring News

Interviewing volunteer candidates is an important opportunity for you to make sure they’ll be a good fit with your organization. It’s also a chance for you to share information about your organization and volunteering needs so your applicant can make…

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Taking Time off and How to Plan for It

Tips and Tricks

Taking time off is important. A vacation or staycation can offer a needed break and opportunity to relax and then return to the office with renewed energy. But too often the weeks leading up to your vacation can feel extra…

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Conducting Reference Checks for Interns

Tips and Tricks

In our article, Getting the Most From Reference Checks, we explored some important questions to ask when calling professional references for a potential new hire. When making reference calls for a potential new intern hire, however, not all of those…

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How Mico-Progress Can Lead to Major Productivity

Advice from Experts

In The New York Times’s Smarter Living piece, “Micro-Progress and the Magic of Just Getting Started,” Tim Herrera delves into how we think about productivity as well as our tendency to procrastinate. Herrera puts forth the idea of micro-progress as…

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Getting the Most from Reference Checks

Tips and Tricks

You’ve reviewed resumes, interviewed candidates, narrowed down to your top contenders, and you’re ready to make some reference calls. But, what questions do you ask? Before we dig into that, a word on requesting references: typically organizations ask for three…

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