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How To Ace Your Manufacturing Job Interview

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All your hard work has finally led to this pivotal moment: the manufacturing job interview. At this point, you want to leave a strong impression with the hiring manager, sending the message that you’re that perfect person for the job. To do that, you need to do your homework and prep for what to do… Read more »

Why You Should Encourage Employees to Take Vacations

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It may come as a surprise to many Americans that the United States is the only advanced nation in the world that doesn’t require employers to give paid vacation leave. In fact, the average American full-time worker gets only 10 days of paid time off, far below the average number of days in other developed… Read more »

3 Staffing Trends That Are Here To Stay In 2017

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From Donald Trump, Brexit, to massive shifts among Fortune 500 companies, it’s safe to say the first half of 2017 was a pretty wild start to the year. As we reach the midway point of 2017, now is as good a time as any to anticipate what else is going to happen for the rest… Read more »

4 Tricks to Transform Your Anxiety into Success

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Anxiety is an emotional state almost everyone seems to know about, but few can master. Unfortunately, the problem is more common than you think, as more than 40 million Americans age 18 and older suffer from some kind of anxiety problem, as per data from the National Institute of Mental Health. But anxiety is a… Read more »

7 Ways to Boost Your Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

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Understanding how emotional intelligence can help employees in the workplace can have a huge impact landing a job. One of the first things hiring managers and recruiters from employment agencies look for when screening potential candidates is how well a person fits in a team — in other words, how well a candidate deals with… Read more »

5 Ways To Prepare For Your Big Job Interview Tomorrow

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Finally, it’s the night before your big job interview. Only problem is, you’re a nervous wreck who, after having prepared for weeks, can’t seem to get your act together. You feel you’re not ready after doing several hours of research, reading the company’s “About Us” section on their website, asking your friends working there what… Read more »

How Embracing Technology Can Improve Your Recruiting Efforts

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Different organizations often have different methods of attracting, choosing, and hiring qualified candidates. As competition for certain talent is expected to increase, recruiting teams must find new ways to recruit job seekers without expanding their budgets. This is where recruitment technology comes in, offering solutions to streamline the hiring process. Below are 4 ways recruiting… Read more »

5 Things You Should Never Talk About at Work

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In a time when it’s common to overshare many things about our lives on the Internet, whether it’s what we have for dinner or a family problem, it’s no surprise why some people have problems watching what comes out of their mouths. In typical social settings, the worst that can happen is people calling you… Read more »

4 Ways to Become More Coachable at Work

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You’ll often hear many sports observers say some of the best athletes in the world are also the most coachable. In many ways, the same principle applies to the office. You could have an outstanding skillset or tremendous work ethic, but you will always need someone who can teach you to be better. Being coachable… Read more »