Everything You Need to Know About Getting a CDL License

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Everything You Need to Know About Getting a CDL License

Receiving your commercial driver’s license (CDL) means you are part of an industry that forms the backbone of the United States economy. In 2015 alone, the country’s transportation system moved a daily average of 49.3 million tons of freight with a valued of more than $52.5 billion. Getting a commercial driver’s license isn’t just about… Read more »

Use These 4 Simple Resume Hacks to Land More Interviews in 2018

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With another year upon us, now is the perfect time to tweak—maybe even revamp—your resume. Whether you’re just about to begin your job hunt, or you’re in the middle of one, these resume hacks should help your application get noticed by hiring managers.   Keep Your Resume Format Simple Most HR departments are swamped with… Read more »

4 Steps You Can Take Today to Successfully Stop Smoking

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Everyone knows the grind of looking for a job can be stressful, so much so that it drives many people to take up smoking as a means of finding relief. You already know that smoking is bad for your health and those around you, but did you know it could also hurt your job prospects?… Read more »

4 Easy Ways to Impress Your Employer and Earn Their Trust

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  It’s your first week on a new job. You’re working hard to learn the rules, but you want to do more, you want to impress. You want to be someone your employer can trust. Transparency Being open and honest is one the best and easiest ways to impress your employer and earn their trust…. Read more »

Don’t Get Fired! Stop Making These 6 On-The-Job Mistakes

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  When you start a new job, you have the best of intentions. You plan on working hard and giving it your all. You can’t imagine ever getting fired. You’re good at your job. But is that enough to give you job security? It’s important to understand how to get fired from your job in… Read more »

Can’t Afford Employee Promotion? Offer More Benefits Instead

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  At the height of a recession, an employee understood when their employers didn’t offer raises. Keeping the doors to the small business open was the priority and staff knew that it was the only way to survive. But the landscape has changed, and although unemployment is still hovering just below 10 percent, consumer spending… Read more »

FLSA Overtime Rule: HR Next Steps

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The FLSA overtime rule is about to change the way you do business. The Department of Labor (DOL) has proposed changes to the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), changes that will affect a substantial number of Americans, business owners and employees. The proposed change works like this: several million Americans workers who are not currently… Read more »

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 »

The Right Way To Follow Up With A Recruiter

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You submitted an application to a recruiter and received confirmation it was received. You’ve already started imagining yourself in your new role. You’re just waiting for the recruiter to call you and schedule the interview. But the call doesn’t come. After a couple of weeks, still nothing. No phone call. No email. No interview. You… Read more »