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4 Recruiting Lessons Learned By Eating Girl Scout Cookies

March 28, 2017

Congratulations! You made it through another Girl Scout Cookie season. Whether you realized it at the time or not, you were exposed to some “sweet” lessons about recruiting while you binged. Scout’s honor!

The Salary Question: How to Field It, When to Ask It

March 21, 2017

Salary. It’s often the elephant in the room when it comes to job interviews. Too often, employers fall into one of these scenarios: Either they bring it up early, with the dreaded, “What was your salary at your last job?” or “What will you expect to get paid?” Others may stay completely silent and dance…

#Winning March Madness at Work

March 14, 2017

About 51 million office workers join office pools and contests during March Madness (including those of us at The HT Group). Between time spent filling out brackets and watching tournament games live, the total loss of productivity during this time is estimated at $4 billion. But, wait! Is that really true? A different survey found…

The HT Group Welcomes a New Managing Director for Its Professional Services Division

March 1, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 20-Year Veteran Executive Recruiter Craig Patterson assumes the leadership position at one of Austin’s fastest growing human capital firms Austin, TX (March 1, 2017) – The HT Group, a total-solution human capital firm, announces the addition of executive recruiting veteran Craig Patterson as Managing Director, Professional Services Division. As Managing Director, Patterson will…

3 Top HR Lessons from the Wells Fargo Camp

February 22, 2017

Wells Fargo has been in plenty of hot water lately when it comes to employee treatment and misconduct. While it’s easy to dismiss their troubles as problems only a large financial corporation could have, there are important lessons all HR managers should heed.

Passive Job Seekers: More People Are Searching for Jobs Than You Think [INFOGRAPHIC]

February 21, 2017

If you’re struggling to find high quality candidates to fill job openings this year, you may want to consider searching “off the grid.” Passive job candidates are a great catch, as long as you know where find them.

Networking for a Job: 7 Ways to Work a Room

February 14, 2017

If you’re looking for a job but you’re skipping networking events, you’re doing it wrong. Take a look at this advice from a few of Austin’s top business leaders and networking experts on why networking is key, and how to work a room for the best results.

Forget Millennials, What Makes Gen Z Tick?

February 7, 2017

As Millennials move into management roles, the oldest among Generation Z are entering the workforce. How do they differ from their older siblings when it comes to motivations and perspectives in the workplace?

The Place to Be: A Look at Companies Moving to Texas

January 25, 2017

More and more companies are learning Texas is the place to be. What are some of the biggest names coming to the Lone Star State? How will that affect your own recruiting efforts? Let’s take a look.

Workplace Sexual Harassment: Lessons from the Fox News Case

January 24, 2017

Recently Fox News agreed to pay $20 million to its former Fox & Friends anchor Gretchen Carlson to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit against its former CEO, Roger Ailes. The payment came with an unprecedented public apology as well. Ailes was at the helm at Fox News for more than 20 years in what is now being reported as…

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