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 »

More Interview Tips to Get You the Job You Want

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Simply getting an interview takes a lot of effort, but now the real work begins. A top notch performance when first meeting with a company requires practice, a bit of studying, and a positive attitude. Your goal is to get a second interview at the minimum, while hoping for the ultimate reward of a job… Read more »

How to Fire an Employee the Right Way

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Letting go of an employee remains one of the most difficult aspects of being a manager in the business world. It is an unfortunate event that needs to be handled with professionalism and a clear mind. Anything less risks the reputation of your company and may end up causing legal issues down the road. What… Read more »

What to Expect in Your Warehouse Worker Interview

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  Congratulations on earning an interview with a local warehouse company. Being prepared – including some interview practice – gives you a good chance at getting a job offer. It also helps to know what to expect when you are face-to-face with your potential new employer. What follows is a look at what a typical… Read more »

Plan for Projects with Summer Temporary Employees

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  The sun is warmer, the days longer. Summer is just around the corner. And with it comes the demands of your busy season! You need people, but not just any people. You need talented, capable, short-term temporary employees who will hit the ground running and help you meet your target goals. Temporary or Contract… Read more »

How to Write a Winning Entry-Level Resume if You Lack Job Experience

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Writing a resume can be challenging, at the best of times, but if your job experience is slim, it can seem overwhelming. If you’ve recently graduated, you may feel lost in the entire process. But even with limited on-the-job experience, you can still create a dynamic entry-level resume that will make a dramatic first impression…. Read more »