Tips for Building Strong Relationships with Your Employees

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Employers, listen up: It’s a candidate’s market now. The reality of the job market is that there are 11 million open positions in every job category right now. This means employers must not only create a great candidate experience, they must also build the kind of work environment where employees feel supported and nurtured. Building… Read more »

How to Make Your Resume Stick Out  

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Resumes still matter to your job search, believe it or not. This basic tool for job seekers, which has been around for decades, hasn’t changed much. What has changed are the tools we use to find good candidates. This has necessitated a few important changes in resume formatting for the job seeker looking to stand… Read more »

Find the Right Work Environment for You

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The studies show that a happy work environment can make you more productive. A positive work environment can boost morale and employee retention. Business News Daily says, “Your work environment impacts your mood, drive, mental health, and performance.” What makes for a positive work environment? Is it individualized? How can you find the right work… Read more »

This What Your Employees Need to Be Successful

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What do your employees want? Managers everywhere are asking themselves this today if simply because the labor shortage requires it. Fortunately, there is plenty of research available today that can help you answer this question. There are also plenty of companies that can help you poll your workforce to confirm these answers. This blog has… Read more »

Tips for Tailoring Your Resume to Specific Jobs

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You’ve probably heard or read that you’re supposed to tailor your resume to fit the job you’re applying for. At the very least, you can add some keywords from the job description you’re applying to that will make you a better match. But does this really get you noticed? How much time should you spend… Read more »

Leave a Great Impression on a Temp Assignment with These Tips

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You’re in good company. In any given year, there are more than 16-million temporary workers in the United States. Most of them want to be more than a temporary worker and instead get noticed by the employer as a potential full-time hire. How can you make a great impression on a temp assignment? We have tips that… Read more »

Learn How to Build a Personal Brand with These 3 Tips

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You may have heard the term “branding” in relation to a company or product. Branding is a process that communicates a particular feeling or image around a company or product. But branding isn’t just for inanimate things but also for people. Developing a personal brand is a creative way to get the word out about… Read more »

Learn How to Get Along with Your Coworkers

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You spend about 40-hours a week or more interacting with coworkers in one form or another. Doesn’t it make sense that you’d want to get along with them? Strife in the workplace can make going to work a chore, but you can follow these tips to get along with anyone you see on the job…. Read more »

Learn How to Use Your Company’s Culture to Attract Candidates

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Today, if you want to snag candidates for your jobs, you need to learn to sell the company culture first. Why? Because it’s often the differentiator between attracting and losing candidates when you’re going head-to-head with another company competing for the same job applicants. Culture is the intangible and tangible environment that makes or breaks… Read more »

Does Your Resume Have These Important Elements?

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Resumes are hard. It would be best to have a great resume, but it isn’t easy to know what to highlight, how much information to share, and how it should be designed. Many jobs can have more than 100 applicants, so it’s important to get this right. Otherwise, why bother, right? This blog will give… Read more »