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 »

4 Ways Great Leaders Inspire Their Employees Every Day

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  The saying that “People quit their bosses, not their jobs,” is indicative of the changing needs of today’s workforce. As more employees draw personal satisfaction from feeling heard and being an important part of an organization, leaders need to find creative ways to inspire their people and let them know that they’re valued assets…. Read more »

7 Ways Not to Screw Up the First 10 Minutes of Your Job Interview

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  Many employment agencies know that the first 10 minutes of a job interview are when you have the best chance of making a great first impression with the hiring manager. Below are seven ways to make sure you start on the right foot and impress whoever is interviewing you. Start with a Firm Handshake… Read more »

4 Telltale Signs of Overworked Managers

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  In many ways, being a manager is a lot more stressful than being a regular employee. Sure, you get a pay increase, but the hours are often longer, not to mention your responsibilities are on a much higher level than the employees you’re in charge of. It’s no surprise then why managers are prone… 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 »

3 Ways to Limit the Risks Associated with Hiring Temporary Workers

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With the last few months of the year now upon us, thousands of businesses around the country are once again moving to hire seasonal temporary workers to keep up with customer demand over the holidays. This is particularly true of the retail industry, and is one of many instances where business owners need to hire… Read more »

Tread Carefully When Hiring From the Competition

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  You’ve found the perfect candidate, and they can start immediately! There’s just one hurdle – a post-employment prohibitive agreement (think non-compete and employee/ customer non-solicitation agreements) from the competition. A quick read-through of the document gives you pause and raises questions about whether hiring this person would violate the terms. Location, Location, Location Depending… Read more »