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Denver’s Hot Job Market Impacts Real Estate

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Denver’s job market has continued to improve, with a growth rate that is better than the national average. With this job growth have come other improvements to Denver’s economy, including retail sales and the real estate market. With a decrease in foreclosures and an increase in home sales, Denver has become a seller’s market. Employment… Read more »

Is Your Workplace Keeping Up with Technology?

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Technology is changing rapidly, and if you want to maintain an efficient workplace, your company needs to keep up. If your organization isn’t using cloud technology, social media, and mobile to leverage efficiency, then you may not be able to preserve a competitive advantage in your market. Cloudy with a Chance of Flexibility The cloud… Read more »

Prove Your Value During a Job Interview

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If you are someone who believes that ethics and integrity are essential to the workplace, then you need to be able to demonstrate these traits during a job interview. However, these characteristics aren’t always easy to prove and definitions vary among different people. How can you stand out by showing you have the type of… Read more »

What’s Coming to Denver: A Look at the Future

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More good news for job seekers in Colorado. The state added 51,000 new businesses in the first half of 2014, signifying a year of sustained growth and prosperity. This is up 13 percent from the year before. In a 12-year period, the state added more than 92,000 jobs, a 4.8 percent increase over the previous… Read more »

5 Ways to Show Your Employer That You’re Ready for Management

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You’ve put in a few years of work at your company, you’ve done a good job, and now you feel like you are ready to take on more responsibility. Unfortunately, becoming a manager is not as easy as walking into your boss’s office and telling them that you are ready. Instead of telling them that… Read more »

ICE Audits- How To Decrease Your Risk for Penalties

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Ready for Your ICE Audit? Or did that headline just make you break out into a cold sweat? Facing an audit from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) can seem daunting. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are some practical steps your organization can take to help ensure your I-9 forms are in compliance —… Read more »

Skills Are Nice, but Here’s Why You Should Hire for Personality

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Deciding who to hire is never easy. Looking over someone’s resume and meeting them once in an interview does not offer much evidence on whether that person will be able to succeed day-to-day with your company. The best indicator of success may not be the list of accomplishments and experience, but rather the candidate’s personality…. Read more »

New Businesses Boost Colorado Job Outlook

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More good news for job seekers in Colorado.  The state added 51,000 new businesses in the first half of 2014, signifying a year of sustained growth and prosperity.  This is up 13 percent from the year before.  In a 12-year period, the state added more than 92,000 jobs, a 4.8 percent increase over the previous… Read more »