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Here is Why You Should Be Attending Open Houses and Job Fairs

The internet has made job searching much easier than in the past. You can look up jobs offered, find the HR manager, and even learn about the company, without leaving your house. This also means more applicants are applying for jobs, even if they aren’t completely qualified for those positions. Hiring managers now have more …

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How Are You Evaluating Job Candidates?

Your day is filled with interviews. This is the group that made it through the initial HR review of online applications and resumes. They are now ready for their in-person interview and it means a more focused set of questions. Are you prepared to evaluate these candidates? How are you evaluating them? Do you feel …

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How to Make a Five-Year Plan for Your Career

One of employers’ favorite questions always seems to be something along the lines of: What are your career goals or where do you see yourself in five years? While it may seem silly to plan that far ahead in an ever-changing career field, their goal is to learn more about your dreams, goals and how …

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Learn to Get Your Foot in the Door Before the Interview

It’s no secret that most employers like to hire from within. If you’re applying for a job with a lot of insiders applying, it might be noticeably more difficult to make an impression on the hiring manager. When you’re not on the inside, there are still ways you can get your foot in the door …

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Balancing the Costs Between Manual Labor and Robots

As an employer, you want to create a safe and productive workplace. This means finding the best options for your particular field and can include deciding whether to hire manual labor or utilize robots. There is a cost associated with both and you might be trying to decide which makes more sense. Use the following …

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Three Tips To Win The Interview For a Direct Hire

You’ve made it to the interview process, congratulations!

Your next goal is to be hired, right? Chances are you’ve studied the company, know what to wear to the interview, and even know the right you’ll take the day of the interview. You’re prepared for most of it but are there ways to help ensure a direct …

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5 Ways to Be a Strong Team Player

Does it feel like every week you hear something new about being on a team? We’ve all been on teams during some stage in our lives, but do you struggle with teamwork as an adult? It can feel like a fine line between being a team player and pushing to advance your own career goals. …

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Lead Your Team With a Positive Outlook

A leader’s attitude is contagious, whether good or bad. Your team will follow your lead and while it is important to be realistic, you can be both positive and realistic. Keeping upbeat is important in the everyday tasks but can also make or break a major project. When you’re a positive leader, your team will …

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Top Questions to Ask an Employer During Your Interview

One of the most common job interview mistakes you can make is not asking the right questions of a potential employer. After all, the interview is just as much about them as it is you. You need to make sure if offered the job, you’d really be happy working with them. It is unwise to …

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Four Ways to Learn New Skills Online For Free

It’s never too late to learn new skills. Whether it’s for your career or personal development, new skills can help you in your current role as well as catapult you into a new role. The idea of learning something new is exciting, but where do you even start? How much will it cost? Do you …

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