Why Employers Should Always Follow Up with Candidates After an Interview

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When candidates are actively looking for a new career opportunity, there is a lot of focus on the proper protocol, including what defines courtesy and professional behavior during the post-interview process. What is less often discussed, is the role of the interviewer in engaging with candidates after the interview. How you choose to follow up… Read more »

You Should Be Ditching These 5 Work Habits

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We’re far enough into the new year, that’s it a good time to sit back and think about how all those new year, new you plans are going. So many of us jump into the new year, full of enthusiasm and ready to make changes. It usually doesn’t take long for some of those “resolutions”… Read more »

How to Stay Safe While Working in a Warehouse

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According to the National Safety Council, every 7 seconds a worker is injured on the job. Manufacturing, production, and other types of warehouse jobs rank among the top 5 industries with the largest number of workplace injuries, being outpaced only by service workers, such as law enforcement, and those who work in transportation and shipping…. Read more »

How to Be the Popular Temp Everyone Wants to Work With

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As a temp worker, you understand firsthand the challenge of being placed with a great employer. When such an opportunity presents itself, you want to be at the top of the most wanted list – not only for a priority call back on the position but also to improve your chances of possibly earning a… Read more »

4 Things to Do Immediately After a Great Interview

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There’s no better feeling than the one that comes when you feel like you’ve aced an interview. What most job candidates fail to realize is that the interview itself is only the first step towards landing the job you’re hot after. It’s great if you can wow the interviewer, but chances are there are other… Read more »

The Quickest Ways to Advance Your Career

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You’ve finally landed the career opportunity you were looking for and you have been working hard to show that you’re a quality worker that’s a valuable asset to the team. When you first land a new job, it’s natural to settle down, get comfortable and not put all your focus on immediately climbing the company… Read more »

How Many Times Should I Follow-Up After My Job Interview?

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There’s nothing easy about a job search. Each time you put yourself out there, it’s done with high hopes, knowing full well that your effort doesn’t always produce the return you’re looking for. This is why it’s natural to get overly excited when you get a callback and ace the interview. You feel like you’ve landed the job, all you… Read more »

3 Ways to Manage Your Workplace Stress

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We live in a culture where the average worker is expected to do much more than just work, and highly stressful working environments are considered normal. Not surprisingly, this has led to a spike in depression and anxiety among employees nationwide. And the number may be even higher as not all employees admit to feeling… Read more »

You Don’t Have to Put Up With a Workplace Bully

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Toxic Thoughts are Ruining Your Interview

Workplaces, being staffed with adults, should be bully-free zones. But survey commissioned by CareerBuilder and conducted by Harris Poll found otherwise, showing that as much as 28 percent—or 1 in every 4 people—were victims of workplace bullying. As much as 19 percent of workers left their jobs because of bullying and abuse. And the survey… Read more »

What One Bad Employee Can Do to Your Workplace Culture

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One bad apple really can spoil the whole bunch! Toxic employees are not only harmful, rude and difficult to get along with, they also create a highly negative and stressful workplace environment for everyone else. What’s more, a single toxic employee may be the catalyst for a downward spiral in in terms of harmony, engagement… Read more »