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If you don’t have a college degree, the chances are high that you might be competing with a candidate that does. While we all know that on-the-job experience can trump a degree in some instances, sometimes employers place a lot of emphasis on a two- or four-year college credential. In our opinion, an employer should… Read more »

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You’ve been thinking about leaving your job for a while now, but entropy has you hanging on, avoiding any job search drama even though you’re unhappy. But with the spring should come a renewed energy to get out there and jump-start your job search. Here are some tips to motivate you to get out there… Read more »

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The studies are in, and they show that 96% of your workforce believes exhibiting empathy in the workplace is important. Empathy is the ability for humans to share feelings between people. If employers can achieve empathy with their employees, it will help build teams and increase their business productivity. Here’s why empathy should matter to… Read more »

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One of the most common questions we are asked is: When writing your resume, how far should it go back? There are differing schools of thought on this. On the one hand, all your work experience has led you to this point. It’s all valid and valuable. On the other hand, if you’ve been working… Read more »

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If you’ve been in the job market a while, you probably have had good and bad managers. As you’ve grown in your career to become a leader in your organization, you’ve probably learned both good and bad lessons from all of the managers you’ve encountered. This made you into the leader you are today. There… Read more »

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So many things have changed in the world of work. Many of us work from home now, and if we go to an office, we wear masks. Handshaking is out and the happy hours where we use to hang out with our work colleagues are few and far between or perhaps don’t happen at all…. Read more »

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If you’re looking for work, there’s a lot to keep organized. Phone interviews are usually the first part of the hiring process for companies, and they may be short and to the phone to check you have the credentials for the job. But it’s good to look at the phone interview as your foot in… Read more »

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Inc. spells it out, “Without a diverse and inclusive culture, your people may be headed for the door.” That sentence has three keywords in it that you should pay attention to. If you don’t have a diverse, inclusive culture, the latest data shows, your business will lose top talent. Why D&I Matters to Your Business… Read more »

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Behavioral interviews are always challenging. If you’re not prepared, it will seem like these types of questions are designed to trip you up. But if you’re prepared, you can handle these questions with ease. What are behavioral questions? What are some of the most common types of behavioral questions, and how can you prepare for… Read more »

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If you’re not thanking the hiring team after the interview, you are breaking a cardinal rule of etiquette that the company may notice. If you’ve made it to the interview process, you’ve beaten out possibly dozens of other candidates. Now it’s you and just a few other people. Trust us when we tell you that… Read more »