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It’s exciting to start a new chapter in your career! And if you’ve decided to begin work as a general laborer, you can take some steps for an easier transition to your new job. This way, you’ll be prepared to do your very best from day one. Five things to know before starting a general… Read more »

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The job market can be tricky! Especially depending on the industry, you’re searching—some are more competitive than others. In your job hunt, have you found you’re not getting contacted for interviews? Or are you landing interviews, but not getting hired? It may just be the stiff competition, but you can take steps to be sure… Read more »

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The holidays can be a busy, stressful time for your staff. In addition to the usual demands of work, they also have additional tasks such as gift shopping, cleaning for company, socializing with family and friends, childcare when kids are home on break and more. It can be tough to balance all that comes with… Read more »

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Across most industries, competition is stiff for candidates in search of new jobs! Many are highly qualified and must scramble for the same job positions when they open up. But you want it to be you who gets the callback and the job offer! So, what can you do make yourself the most attractive candidate… Read more »

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Social media is an extremely valuable tool in your job search. In today’s job market, it’s not really a question of whether to be involved in social media—you should. A lack of presence on social media sites may cause potential employers to question your relevance or whether you’re hiding something. You don’t have to go… Read more »

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Looking for a new job can be a tiring process. Sometimes it may seem like forever to find an opportunity you think you might like, or one for which you’re qualified. So when a hot job prospect comes knocking, you’ll want to be ready to answer! This means reviewing your job search process and identifying… Read more »

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Finding and placing top talent is a time-consuming process—one that can be difficult to get right. Consider that you must post job openings, manage job posts, interview and screen potential candidates, and onboard new hires. And all this in the hope that you’ve made a wise hiring choice because the cost of employee turnover is… Read more »

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During your job interview, you’re learning about the company just as much as they’re learning about you. Preparing and asking the right questions shows your commitment to your career and your enthusiasm for the position. One of the worst interview mistakes is not asking any questions at all, so it definitely helps to be prepared—it… Read more »

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You’ve heard it before: you never get a second chance to make a first impression. This is especially true of job interviews, in which your interviewer could decide whether or not you will be a good fit within 10 minutes of meeting you. As you can imagine, this makes the first 10 minutes of your… Read more »

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The quality of your employees can make or break your business. They are the faces and voices with whom your customers interact. They are the cogs that keep your company machine moving ever forward. And they are the thinkers and doers—the ones delivering your brand to the marketplace. For these reasons and more, you cannot… Read more »