3 Things Chris Yee (a Houston fan) Learned From a New York Yankee Fan

We’re big sports fans here at Zenith and that includes baseball. So when we came across this truly touching story from ESPN, we knew had to share it with you. Our three takeaways from the article transcend sport and yes, they even apply to the chemical industry and the world of work. 1. President Jimmy Carter…

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Now is the Best Time to Hire Top Talent, Here’s Why

“If you ain’t first, you’re last.” — Ricky Bobby As with most business during this pandemic things have been slow, and is being chalked up as a loss. As we continue to live through this Coronavirus we are all learning and adapting on how to live our everyday lives as close to normal as possible. But,…

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How Should Candidates Evaluate Potential Employers?

Hiring is, of course, a two-way street. Not only are the employers conducting a series of interviews to evaluate how a person would perform if hired, a job candidate must also see if they want the position and would feel happy in the role. After all, taking a new job is a huge move and…

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3 Tips for Interviewing Candidates Remotely

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to decimate the world, those in human resources must tailor the way they conduct the interview process for job candidates. Instead of a phone screen or phone interview to start recruiting followed by in-person interviews, candidates should expect it all to be conducted virtually. For employers making hires during this…

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Three Ways to Identify a Trustworthy Recruiter

Trust a recruiter

It’s harsh to say it, but there are no standards to become a recruiter.  The qualifying process is attrition.  Imagine that you have an urgent and critical vacancy.  This person could make or break this year’s bonus and maybe your career!  You speak with a recruiter with whom you’ve never spoken before You haven’t met…

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