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Boost Your Career With A Temporary Position

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A temporary job may not sound ideal at the start, but did you know it can boost your career in the long run? A contract or temporary position is an ideal way to pick up new skills and experiences while exploring new organizations and industries. And you get paid for it, too. Here are a… Read more »

Four Easy Ways to Ace Your Phone Interview

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Do you get tongue-tied at the idea of a phone interview? Does the thought of a discussing a job opportunity over the telephone leave you feeling nervous? Without the benefit of seeing the face of the person you’re speaking with, phone conversations can be challenging, even intimidating. If you feel this way, rest assured, you… Read more »

How to Prove You’re Detail Oriented in An Interview

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  You know are a stickler for details and have great focus, but how do you prove you’re detail oriented in an interview? It’s one thing to tell a hiring manager that you have great attention to detail, but you’ll be far more successful by providing examples of accomplishments and achievements. Provide Details Consider these… Read more »

Congrats! You’re Done with CDL Training … Now What?

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You did it. You’re done with CDL training! Well done you! You’re an official truck driver! But did you know you’ll likely still have to go through a few phases before you can officially drive solo? So what are your next steps, now that you’ve earned your commercial driver’s license? Step 1: Sign with a… Read more »

Tread Carefully When Hiring From the Competition

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  You’ve found the perfect candidate, and they can start immediately! There’s just one hurdle – a post-employment prohibitive agreement (think non-compete and employee/ customer non-solicitation agreements) from the competition. A quick read-through of the document gives you pause and raises questions about whether hiring this person would violate the terms. Location, Location, Location Depending… Read more »

How to Hire – and Keep – Your Best People

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  It’s not just about finding any old person, it’s about finding the best people for the position. And once you find the best people, you want to keep them! Finding and hiring top professionals can be a challenge, but retention can often be just as much of a hurdle. Hiring Your Best People The first… Read more »

3 Things You Must Show the Interviewer During the Interview

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On paper, it can be difficult to see what sets one person apart from another; what makes one candidate a better fit for a position. That’s why the interview is so important. It’s more than just a meet-and-greet, it’s a chance for you to stand out from the crowd and show the hiring manager you… Read more »

Plan for Projects with Summer Temporary Employees

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  The sun is warmer, the days longer. Summer is just around the corner. And with it comes the demands of your busy season! You need people, but not just any people. You need talented, capable, short-term temporary employees who will hit the ground running and help you meet your target goals. Temporary or Contract… Read more »

How to Work with Difficult People

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  In a perfect world, everyone would get along with everyone else. But sometimes, that just isn’t the case. Despite your best efforts, you may find yourself stuck working alongside someone you just don’t like, or who doesn’t like you. So, what can you do to make it easier when you’re working with difficult people?… Read more »

How to Write a Winning Entry-Level Resume if You Lack Job Experience

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Writing a resume can be challenging, at the best of times, but if your job experience is slim, it can seem overwhelming. If you’ve recently graduated, you may feel lost in the entire process. But even with limited on-the-job experience, you can still create a dynamic entry-level resume that will make a dramatic first impression…. Read more »