Telling the Difference Between Good and Bad Career Advice

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Do you have a career mentor or read career-related blogs online? If you do, you’re on the right track towards making smart decisions in your career. However, sometimes the career advice that mentors or websites provide isn’t always as helpful as it first appears. How can you tell what advice to follow and what advice…

Top 5 Interview Questions to Ask Candidates

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When interviewing candidates for your open positions, it is always a good idea to outline your interview questions beforehand. While free-form interviews can be beneficial, you don’t want to allow an interview to get off track. Additionally, preparing questions ahead of time gives you some time to practice how you’ll handle each question. If you…

How to Search for a New Job While You’re Still Employed

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Wanting to start 2019 off the right way with a new job? We hear you! There’s never a better New Year’s resolution than getting out there and finding a different, more meaningful career. However, you might be wondering how that could be possible if you’re already employed. You need to consider timing, interviews, exit strategy,…

Workplace Conflict: Resolving Issues the Right Way

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Workplace conflict can tear a team apart. It is an inevitable thing for every business to have two or more employees butt heads on something. How you deal with these problems can make the difference. Are you currently dealing with workplace conflict among your employees? Do you want to prepare for future issues that may…

3 Simple Things You Can Do to Maintain Work-Life Balance

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For industrial sector workers, work-life balance can be a hard thing to achieve. Between crazy work hours, overtime, shift changes, and the nature of the work, striking a golden balance can take some work. However, there are some simple things you can do that will help put you on the path to finding peace in…

5 Tips to Boost Your Team’s Morale and Increase Productivity

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Employee morale can make or break a team. It is what separates a productive team from a bored, uninspired team. More often than not, the responsibility of solving the problems of a low-morale workplace falls on management. In order to do this, you need to be vigilant about catching any issues as soon as possible,…

Social Media Can Harm Your Chances at Getting a Job

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Ever browsed your Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram feeds and wondered, “Wow! Why did they post that? That’s going to come back to bite them later.” There is more truth to that than you know! Many companies and hiring managers these days inspect potential job candidates’ social media pages for possible red flags. Given that social…

Putting In Notice: How to Resign From Your Job on a High Note

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Once upon a time, many years ago, working at the same company for your entire life up until retirement was the norm. Now, times have changed. You might find yourself in a position where you must leave your job to move on to bigger and better things. We understand: putting in notice is tough, especially…

Job Searching Disappointments Can Help You Improve For The Future

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Job searching can be mentally taxing sometimes, especially if you have faced many rejections or mishaps along the way. Whether you are job searching on your own or working with a recruitment agency, there is always something to learn for the future. Remembering what you’ve learned, and applying them on the next go-around, can mean…

Top 6 Best Traits of Temporary and Contract Workers

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Temporary and contract employees make the staffing world go around. According to the American Staffing Association, staffing firms in the United States employ more than three million temporary or contract workers in an average work week. It is no surprise that we, and many other staffing firms, are truly grateful for what these millions of…