What To Do If You Don’t Know How to Answer an Interview Question

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Have you ever been in an interview where your nervousness tripped you up? We all have, and what usually happens is you draw a blank when trying to answer a question. It’s a terrible feeling that can lead to you assuming you blew the interview and won’t get the offer. Fortunately, we have some tricks… Read more »

When Is It Time to Start Hiring?

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Companies need to make sure they are fully staffed in order to meet or exceed customer expectations and in order to grow. But, as your company changes, your staffing needs will also change with it – and sometimes it is hard to know when it is time to add new team members. If you aren’t… Read more »

Tips for Boosting Your Confidence at Work

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Confidence at work is a major advantage because employers like to promote people who seem to have a good handle on their job. If you come across as a competent, confident person, you’re much more likely to be handed your choice of plum assignments and to move up the career ladder. Unfortunately, projecting confidence can… Read more »

Answering the Question “Why Did You Leave Your Last Job?”

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Companies typically want to hire people who will stick around for a while and who tend to leave their organizations on good terms. So, chances are good, any potential employer will ask you in an interview about why you left your last job. Employers may also ask you this question because your answer can shed… Read more »

Learn How to Connect With Your Interviewer

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When you go in for an interview, the hiring manager asking you questions is looking for a number of different things. They want to see you have the skills to do the job well. But, the interviewer also wants to know that you’ll be a good fit for the company culture and that you are… Read more »

Helpful Tips for How to Keep Your Job

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No one ever wants to be let go from work, but unfortunately people are fired or downsized all the time. Sometimes, events beyond your control, such as company restructuring, can lead to the loss of your job. But, in many cases, if you take certain actions and develop the right kind of reputation at work,… Read more »

How to Choose the Best Job References

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When you are looking for a job, one of the key parts of the hiring process may involve providing references. Your references can speak to your talents and abilities, and their word often carries a lot of weight among those who are considering hiring you. Because the testimony your references give can make or break… Read more »

Tips for Getting Hired After Long-Term Unemployment

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If you have been out of the workforce for a long time, it can be really difficult to get hired. Employers may be wary your skills have stagnated or may be concerned there is a reason why you’ve been unemployed for so long. You need to overcome these objections so you can land a great… Read more »

Essential Skills for Being a Receptionist

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If you are interested in a receptionist job, you need to be prepared to be the face of the company that hires you. When a customer or client walks in the door, the receptionist is the person they interact with first. It is up to you to make a positive first impression for the company… Read more »

Putting Together a Stand-Out Call Center Resume

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If you’re applying for a job in a call center, you want to stand out from the competition so you’re the candidate who gets hired. Your resume gives you a chance to introduce yourself to the hiring manager and show why you should move forward to the interview phase. Most hiring managers only glance at… Read more »