Don’t Leave Your Interview Without Asking These Five Questions

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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 »

Can You Really Use Social Media as a Resume Boost?

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In an ever-evolving marketplace, technology and creative fields are changing the way the service industry works. Many different career paths include more and more innovation and networking opportunities. But can social media be a practical tool to propel your career forward? The short answer: It depends. Read on to learn how your experience may be… Read more »

Want More Money? Negotiate Like a Professional

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Congratulations, you did it! You had a terrific interview, provided solid references, and they think you’re a great fit. However, the salary they shared simply seems too low. Can you afford to ask for more than they’re offering? Sure! It just takes some research and a little confidence. Talking money is intimidating. You know you’re worth more… Read more »

Improve Your Business By Motivating Your Employees

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As a manager, you may feel motivated sometimes to push your people further and enhance your company. However, it’s important to motivate them in a constructive way, encouraging growth and success. Knowing how to provide guidance to your workers and team up with them will be another step toward the success of your people as… Read more »

How to Hire a Rockstar Administrative Assistant

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It’s easy to recognize a competent administrative assistant, but if a rockstar administrative assistant were to walk through the office doors right now for an interview would you recognize them? Learn the skill sets of a great administrative assistant and how to convince them to work for you. Good vs. Great Assistants There are some… Read more »

How to Turn Your Temporary Placement Into a Permanent Job

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Approximately 40 percent of employees have temporary positions at the company where they work. Many organizations like using temporary placements for seasonal openings, to support permanent staff and reduce costs. If you are hired on a contingency basis it is possible for you to turn that position into a permanent job if you follow these… Read more »

How to Reinvent Your Professional Self in 2016

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People make resolutions about the things they want to change in the new year. What do you want to change in your job? If you are currently in between jobs or looking for a new career, you may want to reinvent your professional self. Here are some tips in figuring out how to become a… Read more »

Be Awesome at Your Job in 7 Easy Steps!

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Job performance is important but sometimes awesomeness seems out of reach. There are times you may feel overwhelmed, distracted or just bored. However, there is a way to be awesome at all of your tasks. Just follow these seven easy steps and you will go from zero to company hero. Plan to Succeed Sometimes you… 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 »

5 Tips for Prepping your Staff for Temp Help

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Bringing on a temp worker can be a great way to maximize productivity or assist with a particular project. It can also be uncomfortable for permanent workers, who may feel like their job and position are threatened. By taking certain steps, you can eliminate these concerns and help make the arrival of temp workers a… Read more »