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Got An Upcoming Interview? Here’s How To Update Your Resume

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Your resume is always a work in progress, and it’s best to regularly update it as your career evolves. However, many people neglect to update their resume until they are seeking new employment, often leading to added stress that could have been prevented. If it’s been years since you’ve updated your resume, you’ll want to… Read more »

Improving Your Hiring Process: Onboarding Documentation For New Hires

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Is employee retention an issue at your company? As you evaluate your retention outcomes, you’ll want to consider your onboarding process and how it can be improved in helping new employees adjust to your company culture. In addition, giving your employees the tools and information they need to be successful will give them more confidence… Read more »

Five Questions To Ask A Hiring Manager During An Interview

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Despite the abundance of online resources available to job seekers, in-person interviews present the ideal opportunities to learn as much as possible about new jobs. Remember that an interview is a two-way street, giving you the chance to ask the hiring manager questions about a company’s culture and evaluate if a certain position is a… Read more »

Tips For Improving Employee Safety In Your Workplace

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Every smart and ethical employer knows that safety comes first. And, in a world filled with unpredictable crimes and disasters, it’s essential to take all of the necessary steps to make your workplace as safe as possible for your employees. Here are three ways you can improve safety in your workplace: Develop a Plan You… Read more »

Three Ways to Reduce Employee Absenteeism

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Reducing costs is one of the most important priorities for most organizations. And what many leaders fail to remember is that opportunities to save on costs should be directly related to evaluating employee absenteeism. To reduce the number of employee absences at your organization, it’s important to understand the driving factors affecting absences in the… Read more »

Heading to an Interview? Use These Tips to Prepare!

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Got an interview lined up? Congrats! But remember, getting the interview is just the beginning! You’ll want to make every effort to ensure that you impress the employer during the interview and show that you’re qualified for the job. Prepare for Your Next Interview with These Key Tips Be on Time There’s nothing worse than… Read more »

Four Mobile Apps to Get More Done Every Day

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Most of us would agree there’s simply not enough hours in a day to accomplish everything on our to-do lists! Fortunately, there are many apps to help you manage your schedule both at home and work so you’re using your time and energy wisely. Now with the new year approaching, there’s no better time to… Read more »

When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Use Staffing

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Times are tough.  If your company is like most, your staff is stretched to its limits.  Layoffs, employee burnout and drastic cost-cutting measures are part of your business vernacular.   So what’s that old saying?  When the going gets tough, the tough use staffing.  Well, that’s not it exactly, but staffing services can be a… Read more »

Don’t Get Stumped by Tough Interview Questions

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You’re in the middle of an interview for an amazing new job opportunity. Everything is going great. You look polished; you sound confident; you’re nailing every question. Then the interviewer asks you: “If you were a car, what kind of car would you be?” Your heart starts racing. Your mind goes blank. You begin to… Read more »