Learn Tips for How to Keep Your Top Employees from Leaving

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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 »

These Are a Few Behavioral Interview Questions You Should Always be Prepared to Answer

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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 »

This Template Will Help You Write the Perfect Thank You Email After an Interview

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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 »

How to Discuss Your COVID-19 Layoff In a Resume and Cover Letter

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With 11 million people out of work, knowing how to address a COVID-19-related layoff is a far too common problem to have these days. A layoff can cause an uncomfortable gap in your resume, so addressing the issue is important. This article will help you understand how to address a COVID-19 layoff during your job… Read more »

What You Need to Know About The STAR Interview Method

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It’s very common for interviewers to ask, “Tell me about a time when…” It’s easy to draw a blank on these questions because they aren’t ones you can prepare for. Or can you? This blog will show you how to handle common types of behavioral questions called the STAR interview method.  What is the STAR Interview Method?  The… Read more »

As a Warehouse Worker, You Should Strive to Have These Skills

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In the era of COVID, warehouse workers are highly in demand. These industrial athletes are the backbone of e-commerce fulfillment that keeps America running during what has been a very challenging time. What skills are necessary to land these jobs, and what do you need to excel in these positions?  Top Skills for Warehouse Workers… Read more »

How to Write a Great Resume in 2020

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To have a great resume in 2020, it must be easily scannable, there should be clear examples of your achievements, choose your words carefully, and more. Even in an era of social media networks, your resume is still incredibly important for landing a job. This year, the best way to ensure your resume is noticed… Read more »

Tips For Making Your Employees Happier in 2020

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To make your employees happier in 2020, work on building a company culture that thrives, offer development and learning opportunities, and foster employee well-being. It’s a simple rule of thumb; happier employees are more productive. There have been countless studies showing this, and also dozens more that show disengaged workers are a detriment to your… Read more »

These Resume Points Immediately Stick Out to Recruiters

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A few things on your resume that immediately stick out to recruiters include clear and concise formatting, organized information, quantified results, well-crafted descriptors, and more. You have about seven seconds to get the attention of an average recruiter. The statistics say that’s about what they spend on the first pass of your resume. While that… Read more »

3 Tips to Turn Stress Into Productivity

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Stress can be both positive and negative. The negatives are the physical ailments that come with chronic stress, like heart disease and anxiety disorders, which today affects more than 40 million adults. Usually, we think of stress in the negative, as in, “I am so stressed out.” But stress actually can stimulate your brain to… Read more »