Entries by Christian Willey

7 Signs Your Company Culture is Corrosive

Should your organization be successful and productive when you consider your products, market outlook and available resources? If your company is not making the headway you’d expect, you could have a silent saboteur–corrosive culture. To see whether your company culture is thriving or diving, here are seven signs that may suggest danger ahead. 1 – […]

Pinning the Monday Funday on ExactHire

In the spirit of celebrating fun, office patriotism, and 4th of July, we all participated in a game of pin the tail on the ExactHire (patent pending). Though the weather was less than ideal, and rain prohibited us from “playing” outside, we were able to have our Monday Funday inside. “X” Marks the Fun For […]

Hello, My Name is Intern

Interns are like Play-Doh. We’re easy to find, easy to train, but if you leave us out to dry by ourselves we might stiffen up and become molded in a way that can’t be changed. As an intern for ExactHire, I’ve been offered the ability to work on different projects and writing assignments, and have […]

Baby, You’re a Firework (or at Least Your New Employee Is)

Fourth of July is just around the corner and just like fireworks, onboarding employees can be exciting, stressful, and downright treacherous at times. In the spirit of the patriotic festivities, let’s look through the top ten most popular fireworks in comparison to common candidates and employees that could be experienced in the onboarding process. The […]

MondayFunday: Races and Bases

Unless you’re Patrick Star and living under a rock this summer, you’ve noticed that the weather has been beautiful…and hot. That hasn’t stopped us at ExactHire from going out and having some fun in the sun though! May and June have both proved to be quite competitive here in the office for our monthly MondayFunday […]

Interviewing: Recent Grad Edition

Interviews are the worst. Maybe not worse than going to the dentist, but they’re up there. How many times have you just known you were perfect for a job then completely blew the interview? Different companies have different interviewing criteria, but as the interviewee, one thing should be standard, always, and I really mean always […]

Thank You, But We’re Not Hiring (You)

Thank you for your interest in our company. Though your resume was impressive, we have decided to consider other applicants further. I apologize for the disappointing news, best of luck in your job search. After reading an email like the one above, a flurry of emotions begin to take hold. Overwhelming disappointment, crippling self-doubt, and […]