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We are a proud Children’s FRIEND Sponsor!

Original Press Release Link on PBN

Pawtucket, Rhode Island — The Hire, LLC shows their support for  Children’s FRIEND as a sponsor to the annual Investing in Our Children luncheon.

It’s October, New England’s trademark season for stunning foliage and hot apple cider. It is also a time for excitement across the region for most of our children. It marks the first official “day off” since summer in honor of Christopher Columbus. It buzzes with the anticipation of Halloween just around the corner. But for our most vulnerable children, these markers can be arbitrary and meaningless. Because they are concerned with things no […]


Candidate Spotlight – David W.

At The Hire, we know how important it is to match the right talent with the right company, and how fulfilling the right position can be for a great candidate. Because of this, we want to share some of our candidate’s great experiences with you. To kick it off, we spoke with a Project Manager who was placed with one of our clients in Rhode Island.


5 Interviews that will Scare your Mummy!

Happy October readers! Welcome to the season of gorgeous foliage, hot apple cider, and everything spooky. To get into the spirit, this month our blogs focus is on cautionary tales and anecdotes from the careers of our clients, candidates, and readers – and we want to thank all of you who shared so generously. Picking […]


3 Strategies Leaders use to Develop Leaders

Last week we started a discussion on leadership development and how your organization’s culture shapes, leadership networks. This week we get even more specific, focusing on how leaders develop more leaders. Because while great leader’s inspire action – poor leaders inspire exits… Great leaders engage with their teams. We’re not talking about surveys, happy hour, […]


Reaching for a leadership culture

3 Ways to develop a great Leadership Culture

Leaders influence behavior and performance from every position in your organization – for better and worse. So, you have a choice when you consider formal development; you can foster and support leadership at every level, or you can choose to focus on training your managers (and fall further behind the curve.


5 ways to lose a high-performer in the Employee Lifecycle

Why does that promising candidate struggle once they are an employee? How can you set them, and you, up for success? 


How being Purpose-Driven attracts High-Performers

Being purpose-driven may not sound sexy, but it’s a fact that “companies that lead with purpose are more likely to be profitable.”


5 Ways to attract High-Performers, and 5 ways to repel them

Last week we gave you some strategies for Attracting and Hiring your Dream Team. This week we are going to share some specific insights from your candidates because, let’s face it, technology has turned the tables in their favor. Information, real or fake, is easy to find and your critics won’t hesitate to share their opinions. That is why you must actively influence public perception AND provide candidates with a great experience – or risk losing them. In the gig economy, they have more choices than ever before so you might choose them, but they may not choose you. At […]


8 Ways to Attract and Hire your Dream Team

As we promised last week in our discussion of intentional attraction, this week we will review specific strategies to attract and recruit your dream team members long before you need them. Let’s talk about what we see when we scroll through our LinkedIn feed. For starters, many of the companies we follow share news content, awards they have won, or prominent new hire information. What often surprises us is the lack of supportive comments or shares from other employees, especially senior leaders. Think about it – after someone took the time to write and share the information, the engagement of […]


What is Intentional Attraction and why does it matter?

How would your perspective change if you looked at every candidate as a potential team member? Would you do anything differently in the recruiting process to attract them?