It’s a Candidate Market! What That Means For Your Job Hunt

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Some are calling it “The Great Resignation”. Employees are more willing than ever to leave a job that doesn’t meet their needs. The market is flooded with qualified candidates. Now is the time to apply if you’re looking for your next step. If you wait, you run the risk of missing out. This article explains… Read More »

I Need a Job, But I Don’t Have the Right Experience. What Can I Do?

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From the outside looking in, hiring can appear complicated and downright impossible. The job you want seems so far away. Active job seekers may be submitting dozens of job applications per week with no feedback or battling through phone interviews, in-person interviews, and other hiring hurdles. Often job postings will have high expectations for work… Read More »

Strategies for Keeping Employees Engaged

At your staff meeting, you notice workers checking their watch. At their desks, you see them staring at their phones. When you ask for ideas, you receive a lackluster response. These are the classic signs of a disengaged workforce. Without motivated staff members, you’ll face a number of avoidable challenges. Here are three strategies on… Read More »

Job Search Mistakes You Might Be Making

Finding the right position when you’re unemployed takes a ton of hard work. Each day is filled with applications, resume edits, cover letters, and references. You can apply to dozens of jobs as you look for the right fit, but it may take a while to land the right role. At the end of the… Read More »

How to Attract Millennials to Your Company

Embrace this generation of young minds; they’ll soon make up more than half of the American workforce. It’s essential any good leader leverage advantages that competitors may not. Be prepared, because if you’re serious about bringing in millennial talent, it will take more than adjusting your job description. A review of your company’s hiring practices… Read More »

How to Win in the Final Round of Interviews

The interview process may begin with a video call, a phone screen, or an in-person meet-up; but it all comes down to the final interview. It’s essential to stay calm, do your research, and feel confident entering the last phase of the hiring process. When you’re in this position, it’s natural to feel stress and… Read More »

How to Keep Your Team Productive During the Holidays Without Being a Scrooge

It can be tough to keep a team on task during the holidays. Between vacations and distractions, it’s easy for a team to become less productive and less motivated. However, a terrific leader knows how to embrace the holiday spirit without sacrificing the company’s resources in excess. Learn how to be the best holiday boss… Read More »

Don't Leave Your Interview Without Asking These Five Questions

As you look for new career opportunities, you want to be prepared for every possibility. To impress your interviewer and leave the company feeling confident, it’s essential to ask the right questions. As you apply to a job you are excited about, bear in mind they want to be excited about candidates as well. To… Read More »

Create a Perfect Introduction to Maximize Your First Impression

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 »

You’re Not Average. . . And That’s A Good Thing

Everyone has talents. You may be good at conducting research, or creating advertisements, or soothing disgruntled customers. You have strengths, and there is nothing wrong with highlighting these strengths when you are interviewing for a new position. Hiring managers want to understand what skills you will bring to their organization. Therefore, you need to show… Read More »