Tips to Leave a Great First Impression

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Whether you’re at a job interview, on your first day at a new position, or meeting a coworker for the first time—it never hurts to make a good first impression. It’s said that first impressions stick with people the longest and you can maintain a good reputation with those around you when you plan to…

Hiring the Right Candidate, the First Time

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Are you in search of new candidates? If you’re short-staffed or planning to expand your business, you may find yourself in need of additional talent and you may need them yesterday. However, selecting the right candidates for your company is a big decision—your staff directly affects the quality of your product or service, the experience…

Learn a New Skill in the New Year

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As the saying goes, the more you know, the further you go. And with the new year upon us, there’s no time like right now to set new career goals. Learning new skills helps you fill your resume with all the great things you know, and makes you more marketable to hiring managers. Why not…

Tactics to Use in Your Job Search

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The hunt for a new job is not for the faint of heart! It takes time and effort to prepare your documents, get yourself ready for interviews and peruse the internet and other job sources for possible leads. And that’s not to mention the energy it takes to complete phone, video and in-person interviews… your…

Five Questions to Ask Yourself When You Think it’s Time for a New Job

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Once you loved your job, but now you find yourself dragging your feet in the morning. You don’t want to get out of bed, you don’t want to get ready—you just don’t want to go. It’s an awful feeling when you don’t like your job and think it might be time for something new. But…

Insights on How to Answer What Your Biggest Strengths and Weaknesses Are

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When you’re preparing for your upcoming interview, it’s always a good idea to practice answers to common interview questions. And regardless of your industry, most interviewers will ask about your strengths and weaknesses. These questions are used to help the interviewer understand if you have the right qualities to do the job—plus your level of…

Best Practices When Working Swing Shift Jobs

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Some of us work the day shift—others, the night shift. But if you’re working a swing shift, you have the responsibility of fitting in both. This can be difficult on your sleep schedule and your body in general, which will never quite know when it’s time to work and time to sleep. Still, you can…

Are You Hiring the Best Employees? A Staffing Agency Can Help

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Employing top talent is key to the success of your business. Your employees are your corporate lifeblood and directly contribute to the quality of the products and services you provide. It’s important that your employees possess talents necessary to excel in their roles. Plus, they must be on board with your company culture and mission.…

Are you Taking Enough Vacation Time?

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If you’re like many people these days, you work hard! It’s a great feeling to put in a solid day’s work, day after day, and continue crossing things off your to-do list. Your boss is happy, you’re happy and you’re making contributions to your company through your ideas, suggestions, projects, and output. Life is good!…

How to Write a Post-Interview Thank You Email

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The post-interview thank you email is just one of the marketing tools a candidate can use to get the attention of hiring managers. While most people know this, very few put into practice the art of demonstrating gratitude to employers. A thank you email should be short and to the point, clearly identifying how happy…