What are the Biggest Blunders Candidates Make on Their Resumes?

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With the average job opening getting about 250 applications, candidates need a great resume if they want to stand out. Even if you have solid work experience and in-demand skills, one basic resume error can get you eliminated from the process. Consider the following massive blunders you could make on your resume and how to… Read more »

How to Measure the ROI of Employee Engagement

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Generally defined as when a worker has their individual priorities aligned with organizational values, employee engagement is a hot topic among both executives and HR personnel. Engagement can be difficult to measure, but it’s easy to recognize: An engaged employee wears it on their face and shows it in their work. It might seem obvious… Read more »

Do You Recognize Your Best Drivers?

Do You Recognize Your Best Drivers?

One of the essential ingredients to a fostering a culture of engaged employees is recognizing great employees. The typical driver come to work wanting to do a good job, but they still need to be occasionally acknowledged for their efforts. This ought to be naturally integrated into the way that management interacts with staff members.… Read more »

The Importance of Hiring the Right Employee the First Time Around

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Your company is only as good as your staff members. All your employees, from the lowest rank to the highest, speak to a particular facet of your company and a bad hire in any position can cost you significantly. According to data from the Department of Labor, a bad hire can cost as much as… Read more »

How a Staffing Agency Can Move Your Career Forward

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Whether it’s due to a long stretch of unemployment or a lack of advancement opportunities at your current job, career stagnation is something you want to put an end to as soon as possible. Working with a staffing agency is one effective approach to move forward. According to a survey by the American Staffing Association,… Read more »

When it Comes to Company Culture, Great Leaders Set the Bar

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Business culture comes from the top-down. While not rolled out purposely, a business’ culture is essentially a game of Follow-the-Leader. If leadership does not have integrity, staff members will play fast and loose with their own work. If leadership trusts its employees, they will trust each other and leadership itself. It’s that simple. When it… Read more »

Attention Job Seekers: Don’t Leave Your Job Interview Without Asking These Questions!

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Interviews are as useful for a candidate as they are for an interviewer because they allow the job seeker to learn a lot about a potential employer. As a job seeker, the interview is your chance to get a feel for both the company and the job. You should treat these meetings as two-way conversations… Read more »

Should I Take This Driving Job?

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Trying to find a job can be annoying and slow-moving. There are only so many jobs you can submit an application for and interviews seemingly pop up randomly. So, when a job offer does come your way, it can be tempting to jump on it right away. However, the application process should be a two-way… Read more »

How a Mock Job Interview Can Help You Ace the Real Thing

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Like it or not, a job interview is a performance and like any performance, getting it right takes a lot of practice. Obviously, you don’t want to go into an interview cold. You also don’t want to practice once or twice, dust off your hands and flick on the TV. You should be practicing for… Read more »

Could Connecting with Your Coworkers on Social Media Hurt Your Career?

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In the past, keeping your work life and your professional life separate was simple principle that most people followed. The common wisdom was that combining personal and professional lives could affect how you are seen by others at work and your prospects for success with your organization. Now, with social media being all-pervasive, keeping that… Read more »