4 Tips For Getting the Right Kind of Feedback at a New Job

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At one point in time, everyone has been “new on the job.” And regardless of whether you’re just entering the workforce or an experienced industry pro, it’s important that you have a strong showing professionally in the first weeks and months working for your new employer. Even though you may know that you’re trying your… Read more »

How to Successfully Get a Job When You Don’t Have a Resume

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On the surface, it may seem like getting a job begins and ends with a good resume.  Thankfully, however, that isn’t always the case. In fact, there are several job opportunities just waiting to be had, if you arm yourself with the right information and use the tools at your disposal effectively. So how do… Read more »

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 »

How to Excel as a Receptionist

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Receptionists serve an important role in businesses across practically every industry. They’re often the first point of contact between a business and its customers or clients. They’re also responsible for making sure every aspect of front office operations is running smoothly. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than a million people are employed… Read more »

4 Ways to Retain Your Best Employees

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At any given time, you can look at your staff and be correct in guessing that nearly half of them have their eyes set on the next move career-wise. They might be interested in a promotion within your organization, but they’re also not going to pass up a great opportunity from another employer if one… Read more »

7 Ways to Overcome and Move On From Job Rejection

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We’ve all been there. You landed the interview, put your best foot forward and when you finally heard back from the company, you were told they decided to go with someone else. There isn’t a person on this earth who hasn’t experienced rejection, but that doesn’t make it any easier to swallow. Job rejection is… Read more »

How to Get the Most out of Your Part-Time Staff

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When you take a look at your staff, who do you consider to be the most valuable members of your team? Do you immediately look toward your full-time employees, maybe the ones that have put in a few years and have built up a history with your company? While these members of your team are… 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 to Attract New Skilled Trade Candidates During a Labor Shortage

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There aren’t too many people who will complain about a good economy, especially low unemployment rates, but a booming economy does present some challenges for certain industries – mainly that the demand for a skilled trade workforce exceeds the current supply. Where you once had candidates filing through your door, you’re now hearing crickets.  Labor shortages can… Read more »

Want to Find a Job Fast? Try These 3 Things!

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It’s always nice when you have the opportunity to look for a new job at your own pace. Unfortunately, this usually isn’t the case. Many people head to the job market with a sense of urgency, either due to financial stress or because their current job is creating a different kind of stress altogether. It… Read more »