How to Nail Your Interview and Not Be Awkward

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You may not think of yourself as an “awkward person,” but that doesn’t make you immune to those uncomfortable interview moments every job seeker faces. Your interview confidence can be shattered in an instant when the hiring manager falls silent. Keep your spirits high and ace the interview questions with our interview etiquette tips. Embrace… Read more »

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 »

Don’t Ignore the Warning Signs Discovered in Behavioral Interview Questions

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Hiring managers and office supervisors have the opportunity to conduct interviews to track down that perfect candidate when you need to fill a position. Interviews allow you to identify the strengths and weaknesses of a potential hire, and they provide you with insight into a candidate’s personal character and professional experience. However, there’s so much… Read more »

Six People You Need in Your Network

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The most successful individuals don’t skyrocket to wealth and prosperity alone. The best leaders know that collaboration is essential to growth. If you’re a manager looking to take on tough tasks, you’ll need trusted advisors. Surrounding yourself with yes-men is a rookie mistake. A wise leader creates a team of diverse thinkers, so decisions can… Read more »

Want Better Candidates in 2016? Learn How to Write More Accurate Job Descriptions

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If you are looking to fill open positions in 2016, you need to start with the job description. Inaccurate or out-of-date job descriptions will frustrate candidates, drag out the hiring process, and will hamper employee success. Is the Current Description Accurate? On your quest to write an accurate job description for open positions, you need… 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 »

Temp-to-Hire or Direct Hire – Which Should You Choose?

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Filling an open position can be a difficult and time-consuming process. Of course, you don’t have to handle the process yourself. Instead of hiring a candidate directly, you can retain a staffing agency to fill the position for you. A temp-to-hire solution is viable for many open positions, but sometimes a direct hire is the… Read more »

How to Be Hands-on Without Micromanaging

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Good management is the right balance of engaging your staff while allowing employees to complete tasks on their own. Too much distance and you are out of touch with your department; however, too much involvement in all details of projects and you are micromanaging. How can you be hands-on with your employees without micromanaging? Open… Read more »