How to Keep Your Best Employees From Leaving

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If you’re finding yourself filling vacancies left and right, it might be time to investigate the high turnover rate. This is especially the case if your top talent are also leaving for better opportunities. There may be a key oversight in your business operations that is causing the exodus of employees. Not to worry, though!…

Excel At Your New Job With These Tips

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Starting a new job can be both exciting and nerve-racking. There are a lot of unknowns that come with starting a new job, and you might have a lot of doubts or questions. Will you fit in with your co-workers? How nice will your supervisors be? What if you make mistakes on the job? These…

Create a Helpful Career Map In 4 Steps

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When planning a vacation, what’s the first thing you do before setting out? You plan your trip ahead of time. Your destination, potential stops, and route all need to be planned out so you don’t get lost or stranded. In a similar way, your career path is what gets you from point A (where you’re…

3 Tips For Conducting Your Virtual Meetings

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With many in-person job functions now operating remotely, virtual meetings have taken the place of conference room meetings. If your business is in this unique position due to the pandemic, you need to be ready. Contrary to what you might think, virtual meetings aren’t as simple as just signing onto Skype and talking. You can…

3 Great Qualities Every Warehouse Associate Should Have

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Thinking about getting a job as a warehouse associate? If so, good choice! Warehouse associates have many opportunities for growth and promotion in the industry. One thing to think about, however, is what it takes to work in a warehouse. Are you a good fit for that environment? Fortunately, we’re here to help you out,…

Use Interviews to Figure Out Candidate Strengths

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Interviews are the best opportunity to find out what strengths a job candidate has beyond their credentials. A resume only tells you what they want you to know. Beyond that, you’re on your own as far as figuring out the rest. How can you uncover a candidate’s true strengths in an interview? Here are some…

When Changing Careers Might Be a Good Idea

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If you value the direction your career is going, sometimes changes need to take place. One of those changes could be in your career itself. Circumstances may arise that force you to change careers entirely from one field to another. Changing careers, as you can imagine, is a big undertaking. However, it can also pay…

Getting Distracted While Working? Here’s How You Can Stay Focused

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Distractions abound in our everyday lives, especially while we’re working. They come in many forms: social media, texting, in-person conversations. For many, the list is endless. As such, a distracted workplace spells disaster for productivity. Here is a list of tips to keep you focused while at work.   © pathdoc / Adobe Stock  …

References: What They Are and How You Should Use Them

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References have been near standard for resumes and job searching for a long time. They can help seal the deal on a new job, or help find you new opportunities. However, what are they exactly, and how should you use them? We can help answer these questions.   © Viacheslav Iakobchuk / Adobe Stock  …

How To Advance Your Career Using Social Media

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One thing you have likely heard before is that social media can harm your career. We’ve even written a previous blog post about it! However, you might not have heard the opposite. You can help advance your career using social media. Social media, if used intelligently and in moderation, can be a great tool to…