With Massachusetts' unemployment rate continuing its downward trend, attracting the top candidates is becoming a more difficult and time-consuming process. One way to increase the pool of quality applicants is to consider re-hiring former employees.
Signs of a good interview are much more subtle, and easy to miss when you're under pressure and focused on making a strong, positive impression.
In an increasingly competitive job market, it's tempting to fudge the facts here and there to put yourself in front of the competition. In fact, one survey suggests that as many as 34 percent of job seekers have lied on a resume, most commonly about education, employment history, job titles and skills.
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