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Denver CO Hiring Trends 2016

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Denver has seen continued economic improvement in 2015 that has led to an increase in new businesses and job growth. As this trend continues in 2016, companies will see more millennials in the job market and hiring trends in construction, healthcare, business and hospitality. Metro Denver Employment Increase Denver has seen higher-than-average job growth in… Read more »

Update Your LinkedIn Profile for the New Year

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As you look forward to 2016, you may be thinking about New Years’ resolutions. One resolution you may want to consider is updating your LinkedIn profile. If you are searching for a new position or just looking to network in your field, optimizing your LinkedIn profile will increase your prospects in 2016. Is Your Profile… Read more »

Please Don’t Go! When to Make a Counteroffer

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Employee retention is an important aspect of reducing company overhead. It takes a lot of money to find and train new employees, and you may consider some of your employees to be irreplaceable. If one of your top employees tells you they are leaving for another position, do you make them a counteroffer? Counteroffers are… Read more »

Five Steps for Improving Co-Worker Relationships

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You spend a lot of time with your co-workers. You share successes and failures with them. You enjoy good Chinese food and tough projects with them. These people need to be more than just strangers if you are going to trust them, collaborate with them and enjoy your time together. If you are looking to… Read more »

Show Your Employees You’re Thankful for Their Hard Work

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Everyone likes to know that they are appreciated. When employees know that management appreciates them and the work they do, people are more engaged, loyal and productive. If you are looking to show employees you are thankful for the work they do, you can offer them more responsibility, more flexibility and more office benefits. Responsibility… Read more »

The Workplace Benefits of Being Bilingual

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Whether a company is looking to expand its market internationally or focus on customers in the US, there is a strong demand for bilingual skills. If you are a candidate who can speak more than one language, you can use this skill to help you receive a better position, better starting salary and more career… Read more »

What Impact Does Your Company’s Online Reputation Have on Securing Top Employees?

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Companies research potential candidates online. Job searchers conduct their own research when reviewing open positions. Your online presence and reputation can be the deciding factor as to whether top candidates apply to your organization or a competitor. Social Proof is Important People research everything online, from the kind of smartwatch they want to buy to… Read more »

How to Answer This Dreaded Question: Where Do You See Yourself in five Years?

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There are many difficult questions during an interview, but one that seems to trip up most job seekers is “Where do you see yourself in five years?” People find this to be a difficult question because they don’t know where they want to be in five years. What might surprise you, however, is the reason… Read more »

Ways to Create More Successful Entry-Level Hiring

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Companies encounter many different issues when hiring for entry-level positions. There are few qualified candidates and a high turnover rate, which can be a huge financial burden for the company. Many college graduates aren’t sure where they can fit into a new company, and hiring managers often don’t know where to place these young employees…. Read more »

Create a Perfect Introduction to Maximize Your First Impression

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You need to create a good first impression to have a successful job interview. From the moment you step through the door to the final handshake, every gesture you make and every question you answer will be analyzed. Use body language and a well-prepared elevator speech to create a perfect introduction in order to maximize… Read more »