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How to Deal with a Candidate with a Bad Reference
How to Deal with a Candidate with a Bad Reference

How to Deal with a Candidate with a Bad Reference

Once you’ve found a candidate that has impressed you through the interview stage, it’s time to do your final checks. Before you offer any candidate a position within your organization, you want to ask for a reference. You can make sure that they’re not misrepresenting their responsibilities at a previous job. It’s also an opportunity to find out more about the work ethic of the candidate.

Thought Leadership

Thought Leadership

“What would you do if you knew you couldn’t fail?” Crosschq founder Mike Fitzsimmons on the inspiration for Crosschq, a day in the life of a CEO, what it takes to win in life and business, and more.

Thought Leadership

Thought Leadership

Drew Glover, Head of Business Development at Crosschq, on the 5 Things You Need To Know In Order To Create A Successful Tech Company.

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Thought Leadership

Crosschq CEO Mike Fitzsimmons has idea’s on diversifying your workforce. And the first place he’s looking for young, diverse talent is college campuses and universities.

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Thought Leadership

Myth: Millennials are more likely to job hop than older workers. Fact: Younger workers are 21% less likely to respond to job opportunities than older workers.

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Thought Leadership

Crosschq’s Drew Glover and Crosschq Advisor Dr. Brooks Holtom met with Scott McGrew on the Sand Hill Road Podcast to discuss the best ways to combat bias and build diverse workforces.

Thought Leadership

Thought Leadership

Nicole Garelick, Head of Success and Support at Crosschq, is on a mission to build a better workplace. Dive into her journey and see what she is doing to create a better experience for job-seekers.

Thought Leadership

Thought Leadership

The Moral Obligation of Hiring Teams: Hiring the right people is a top priority for organizations. But rushing to fill an open role comes with big costs when the hiring teams get it wrong, especially for the individual.