Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 28, 2014
Hireology, the leading hiring platform for franchises and distributed enterprises, announced today that CEO Adam Robinson made his second appearance on WCIU's weekday morning show, "You & Me This Morning."
During the 5-minute segment, Robinson explained the "dos and donts" for employees asking for a raise.
"People are thinking about the year ahead of them and what they want to accomplish, so this is the time that [employees] are thinking about how they [can] make more money," said Robinson during the segment. "The first thing you should do is really know your value, before you go in to have that conversation, check what people in similar roles are making."
In December, Robinson appeared on the daily morning show where he discussed several interviewing tips with the hosts and mentioned Chicago industries that were actively hiring.
To view last week's segment in full please visit http://resources.hireology.com/dos-and-donts-of-asking-for-a-pay-raise
Hireology is the leading selection management platform for distributed enterprises. Their award-winning Selection Manager™ includes everything an operator needs to manage their hiring process, including a fully hosted career site, integrated job postings, compensation analysis, pre-hire assessments, interview guides, background checks, skills verification and more. Franchise systems, banks and financial institutions, healthcare systems, dealer networks, and other multi-site operators use Hireology’s web-based platform to deliver consistent and repeatable hiring decisions in the field - leading to lower turnover and increased profitability per location. For more information, please visit http://www.Hireology.com/.
About WCIU's "You & Me This Morning"
“You & Me This Morning” launched in October of 2009. It airs weekday mornings between 6 a.m. and 9 a.m. on WCIU, The U. The innovative morning show is woven in and around entertainment programming. “You & Me This Morning” presents viewers a livelier take on local news, weather and the topics that impact all the Chicago viewers.