AimHire wants to keep jobseekers and employers up-to-date on the latest job news and advancing your career in the Denver job market.

Whether you are searching for a new job or need the right candidate to fill a position at your company, our blog offers valuable resources including jobseeker tips, hiring trends, industry news and more. 

Taking Time For Yourself

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While the arrival of the holiday season, for some, signals the beginning of stress, hectic last-second shopping forays and sometimes volatile family gatherings, it’s also an important time to decompress from our work lives and reconnect with ourselves.

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Feeling Unhappy in Your Job and What to Do Next

 
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Regardless of industry or skill level, we’ve all been there: That dreaded job that, for one reason or another, we simply despise dragging ourselves out of bed in the early morning hours for. It might be outstanding effort that constantly goes unnoticed by management, a morally or emotionally abusive boss, a somewhat hostile co-worker environment or a totally out-of-balance duties-to-salary ratio…no matter the situation, it is

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What Employee Burnout Means to a Company and How to Fix It

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Let’s make one thing clear: The phenomenon known as “employee burnout” is actually a problem with a company – not the worker. Companies tend to treat this problem as a “talent management” issue or personal dilemma rather than consider the possibility that it’s a broader organizational challenge…and that’s a big mistake.

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6 Tips on Landing a Job in a Different State

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Whether it’s because you’re in a rut and just need a change or you’re moving to be closer to family, deciding to relocate can be both stressful and exciting – notably when it comes to landing a new job.

However, tackle your job search the right way and you can pursue that new career in a brand-new locale quite successfully. The following are our top tips for a successful job search out of state.

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Ditch the Long Job Application for a Better Experience

Imagine for a moment the job seeker. She finds a job opening that looks like the perfect fit. She goes to your company’s HR site to apply for her new career. She’s immediately turned off by the requirement to re-type all of her prior work experience, even though she’s submitted her resume, but does it because she really is interested in the job. She dutifully cuts-and-pastes this information and hits enter only to find that she is now only 3% of the way through the application. An hour later, she is complete and uninspired. She decides not to keep looking for opportunities because, maybe her current job isn’t that bad after all. Maybe, she even decides your company isn’t the one for her.

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How to Attract The Millennial Job Seeker

The next big wave of job-seeking talent is upon us. Millennials, or those born around 1981-1997, are descending upon the American employment scene in numbers rivaling the last massive generational phenomena, the Baby Boom generation. And with this seismic shift in the workforce population, the need for new approaches to recruiting and attracting talent must be acknowledged and acted upon in order to identify and retain the cream of the crop.

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The Pros and Cons of Using Video Interviewing

Technology advances exponentially, it seems, and every day more traditionally human-based activities are being absorbed into the digital future. Job interviews are no exception. An executive survey conducted in 2015 by the Korn Ferry company, FutureStep, revealed that 71% used real-time video interviewing and 50% used video to shortlist the candidate pool- a testament to the growing popularity of this medium.

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