The Best Way to Get Your Manager to Listen to Your Great Ideas

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Top Notch Personnel

Good managers are always on the lookout for great ideas. They know how to spot a great idea, how to tweak it to suit the company’s needs, and ultimately, how to implement it. But the reality is that most managers are swamped with so many suggestions that some genuinely good ideas don’t ever see the… Read more »

3 Drawbacks of Employee Referrals You Need to Consider When Hiring

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3 Drawbacks of Employee Referrals You Need to Consider When Hiring

It is no secret that getting referrals from current employees is one of the best ways to hire top-notch talent. It’s a way of getting employees to help fill up open positions by referring someone they know who is qualified enough for the job. Referrals have become a very popular hiring strategy that many companies… Read more »

Make Your Shop Floor Management More Efficient with These 3 Techniques

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Make Your Shop Floor More Efficient

In today’s business world, communicating has never been easier thanks to the prevalence of smartphones, email, text messaging, and other digital media. Online messages render problems associated with time and distance obsolete, making business organizations more efficient in disseminating information and receiving feedback. But for many facilities that cater to production and assembly processes, optimizing… Read more »

7 Serious Mistakes That Get Good Employees Fired

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How to Get Fired

No matter who you are or where you’re from, getting fired can be damaging to your self esteem. It’s not only embarrassing, it can leave you feeling lost, with no idea what to do next. But while it may seem that getting fired is the result of a serious breach of contract, it can happen… Read more »

Our 3-Step Process to Wow in Your Next Job Interview

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  Finally, after weeks of searching, you’ve secured an interview at a tech company/IT firm you’ve been eyeing. The days leading to the interview will be a critical time for you to do everything from preparing for the interview, learning how to manage the actual interview process, and practicing how to follow up after the… Read more »

3 Types of Horrible Bosses and How to Deal with Each One

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  Steve Carrell’s portrayal of Michael Scott in The Office may be a caricature of the bumbling boss, but for people who have had the misfortune of working under horrible bosses, the character’s leadership mistakes probably hit a little too close to home. Many employment agencies know most employees quit their bosses, not their jobs…. Read more »

Is There a Right Way to Accept a Job Offer?

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  After a grueling job search and interview process, you’ve finally received the call you’ve been waiting for! The hiring manager likes your skills and experience and feels that you’re an ideal fit into the company’s culture. They’re looking to make an offer, and all you have to do is agree to their terms. But,… Read more »

5 Tricks for Quick Thinking on the Job

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Have you ever seen a coworker caught unaware in a certain impromptu situation, failing to act quickly or smoothly? As much as you don’t want to be that guy, being able to react spontaneously to any situation, and make yourself look good while doing it, is a lot easier said than done. Fortunately, there are… Read more »

5 Simple Steps for Building a Great Reputation at Work

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  As the new person in the office, you naturally want to impress people and make them see you in a good light. Many employment agencies know that establishing a good reputation can go a long way towards building a thriving career, especially for new professionals who just entered the workforce. The key is getting off… Read more »

Become the Leader You Were Meant to Be in 2017!

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  It’s often said that people quit their bosses, not their jobs — such is the role that leaders play within an organization. For the most part, leaders and managers are promoted based on their skills and abilities, but many employers fail to consider soft skills like interpersonal communication, motivational abilities, decision making and rapport… Read more »