Part-Time vs. Full-Time Jobs: Everything You Need to Know

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What should you look for when considering a full or part-time job? If you’ve never worked a part-time job, there’s probably a lot you don’t know about the ins and outs of these positions. However, you may think you understand the differences between a full- and part-time job. What you may not realize is that… 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 »

Important Tips to Properly Research a Company’s Culture

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Culture matters. Why? Because one in four American workers wake up dreading their job.  Workplace toxicity contributes to these feelings, making the job an uncomfortable, frustrating experience. It’s so bad that one in five U.S. workers say they’ve searched for a new job because the culture at their old job was so bad. If you’re… Read more »

Learn How to Get the Absolute Most of Your Performance Review

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Performance reviews can create a nervous feeling in the pit of your stomach. You may wonder if you’re going to get “in trouble” for something you’ve done. You may have some anxiety around whether you might get a raise. It doesn’t even really matter if you are expecting a good or bad review. Just the… Read more »

Important Tips to Properly Research a Company’s Culture

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Company culture is one of the most important characteristics that will affect your job. That’s why it’s important to do your research in advance to find out more about the company. But how can you understand and research something so nebulous as “culture?” Here’s how to do your homework to know in advance what kind… Read more »

Learn How to Get the Absolute Most of Your Performance Review

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A performance review can be an anxiety-producer. You may be worried about what your boss has to say about your performance. Even if you think you’re doing a good job, you may still be concerned about what comes out during the process and what will happen afterward, particularly because the evaluation may affect the possibilities… Read more »

5 Reasons Why Transparency is Important in the Workplace

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A transparent workplace builds trust between management and their staff on the ground. Trust is critical between employers and employees and vice versa. If your workforce feels like they can’t trust their managers, it creates a cultural ripple that could eventually ignite and cause the workforce to lose productivity and ultimately find new places to… Read more »

We All Make Mistakes at Work. Here’s How to Handle Them

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Mistakes happen, and they make us better. Although we’ve all worked in places where a mistake can feel like the end of the world, the reality is that everyone makes errors, and no one is perfect. What can set you apart, though, is how you handle the mistakes you make. This blog will help you… Read more »

These Interview Skills Will Separate You from the Competition

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It takes skill and practice to conduct yourself well in an interview. Sometimes it’s hard to manage the pressure, especially if you want the job. Interviewing by phone is different from an in-person interview and different from Skype or another type of video interview. But this blog will give you some tips you can use… Read more »

4 Tips to Correctly Answer the Question “What is Your Greatest Weakness?”

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Interview questions are designed to probe for weaknesses, but one question is so direct it could trip you up. The question is, “What is your greatest weakness?” and it’s s almost certainly guaranteed to make you groan silently as you sit facing your interviewer. How do you answer it in a way that makes your… Read more »