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5 Tips For Improving Team Communication

It is critical for your team to communicate well. You want each person to feel comfortable enough to speak their mind, approach other team members and voice their ideas. While communication may seem like a simple task, you can work daily to improve it and improve your overall team dynamic with these 5 tips:  

Keep an …

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Cover Letter Writing Basics

Your resume is edited to perfection, your interview skills are honed, and you’ve mastered the job search keywords; what are you forgetting? Your cover letter. The right cover letter can help you get your foot in the door for an interview, then you’ll have the opportunity to wow them. With a high number of applicants …

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Who Should and Shouldn’t Be Included as References on a Resume

A commonly asked question from job seekers is when they should bring out their references. You want to look your best from the start and if you have stellar references, you’re eager to showcase them. Keep in mind if the job description or email doesn’t ask for them, don’t add them; wait until you’re asked.

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Reasons You Should Check In With Your Recruiter After Your First Day

You got the job, had a great first day and now want to kick up your feet and relax. Before you get too comfy, you should consider checking in with your recruiter. After all, they did help you get the job, they will be eager to know how the day went. Still not sure if …

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When Should You Start Thinking About Staffing Up For Holiday Seasons

Before you know it, the holiday season will be upon us. This means a busy time of year for everyone, including your staff. There will be vacations, social gatherings, holiday parties and family obligations that will take your team away from work. You want to maintain a high quality of service for your customers while …

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Leveraging Professional LinkedIn Groups to Find Jobs

Of all the social media sites available these days, LinkedIn is the top one for professional networking. When used correctly, it can be your best resource for finding a new job and knowing how to leverage the groups will help yield even more solid results. These groups are categorized by job fields, locations, employment type …

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4 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Quit Your Job Before Gaining New Employment

There are times in life when going to work on a daily basis can feel like the hardest thing you’ve ever done and maintaining a positive, professional attitude feels like a 24/7 chore. You might be tempted to quit your job before you have another one lined up but here are 4 reasons that might …

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How Is Your Relationship With Your Recruiter?

If you are job searching, you have probably been contacted by a recruiter at least once or twice. Did you know that a job recruiter has access to jobs that aren’t always openly advertised as well as connections that trust them to find qualified talent? Working with a recruiter can save you time, headache and …

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Tips on How to Make Your Meetings More Productive

Meetings are a workplace necessity. They bring the right people together, they turn ideas into actions and they can determine the future of the company. Want to make them even more productive? Try these tips to make your meetings even better:

Start on time.

This may seem like a no-brainer, but have you ever noticed how one …

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Fast Facts To Make You Standout as a Candidate

You’ve searched and searched and finally found a job you think would be a great fit. The bad news is, others probably are in the same situation. How do you make yourself stand out as a candidate from others who are just as qualified and just as eager for a chance?

Here are some fast facts …

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