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Serving is skilled labor – by Gavin Jenkins

Jokes aside, service industry professionals should finesse their resumes when switching careers, according to John Sullivan, a human resources expert who Fast Company called “The Michael Jordan of hiring.”

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Here’s How a Slow Hiring Process Impacts Your Bottom Line – by eightfold.ai

The average time it takes to fill an open position is 44 days, representing a 50-percent increase since 2010, Dr. John Sullivan writes at ERE. For each day a position goes unfilled, the organization loses productivity, as the position’s tasks remain undone. Additional productivity losses occur as other staff members take time from their own work to cover the essential tasks of the open position. Since existing staff are stretched thinner, their engagement suffers and their risk of burnout increases, further jeopardizing long-term productivity.

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Government Shutdown’s Silver Lining: A Corporate Hiring Guru Speaks Out – by Jessica Goodheart

Written by Jessica Goodheart on 01/14/2019 on CapitalandMain.com When the federal government shut down for 16 days in 2013, corporate hiring guru John Sullivan advised companies on how to raid federal government workplaces for talent. A blog post he penned at the time caused some to charge him with being unpatriotic, he said recently, while others thanked him for the reminder that federal workers …

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