6 Checklist Items When Creating Your Resume

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Whether you’re an industry vet or new to the workforce, the most important document you can provide is your resume. Creating your resume takes time, and you need to tailor it to each position you apply to. However, anyone can make a simple mistake on that page. We’re here to help you prevent those slip-ups… Read more »

How to Recover Quickly After Rejection From a Potential Employer

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“You have not been selected for this role.” “This position has been filled.” “Another candidate has accepted the position.”   We’ve all gotten that email, phone call or letter. After multiple interviews, your chances were crushed and you didn’t get the job. That rejection can hurt, and it can feel impossible to bounce back. We’ve… Read more »

3 Easy Tips For Updating Your Resume in 2018

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New year, new… resume? One of the best ways to start fresh in 2018 is to update your resume. Not the most fun thing on your to-do list, but to embrace the new year is to tackle every task. Whether you’re the CEO of a Fortune 500, or an entry-level newbie, it’s essential to take… Read more »

Why Your Social Media Pages Could Be Dismissing You From a Potential Job Offer

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When you’re looking to lock down the perfect position, it’s essential to have a strong professional presence. Hiring managers search for experienced candidates with potential and leadership abilities. Most supervisors don’t hire for the short term; they’ve got big-picture plans for qualified applicants. First impressions are crucial, but you need to think big picture too…. Read more »

4 Essential Things to Include in Your Post-Interview Thank-You Letter

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To stand out as a job candidate, every detail counts. It can seem impossible to make a big impression even in a candidate market. When you’re searching for the perfect position, you may be applying to dozens of postings each week, and struggling to stay organized. Be sure to keep tabs on the all-important post-interview… Read more »

Four Ways Poor Onboarding Will Damage Your Business

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When you’re bringing in new talent, you may feel relieved to have someone to pick up the slack, and be done with the hiring process. Sifting through resumes and interviewing candidates can take up a lot of time and be hard to manage. However, the job simply isn’t done when you get someone in the… Read more »