6 Things NOT to Include on Your Resume

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Summer is a great time of the year to be looking for a job. Many candidates take time off, meaning there’s less competition for you for the best opportunities. However, before you assume you’re a shoo-in for your dream job, you need to write a great resume, one that persuades the hiring manager to call… Read more »

7 Productivity Tips for a Successful Summer

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With summer almost here, productivity can take a hit. How can you keep your team working hard and meeting goals while not pushing them toward burnout? Here are 7 tips to keep in mind in the week ahead. Tip #1: Communicate clear goals. Establish the goals and deadlines your people should be working toward, both… Read more »

Job Search Woes? Get Help from a Recruiter

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When you’re looking for a new job, you might be facing a lot of challenges. It’s hard to know which opportunities are really right for you or the employers that are the best fit. Plus, you have to spend countless hours on resume writing, cover letter customization, interview prep, and more. Then the waiting game… Read more »

5 Tips for Keeping Staff on Track During Tough Times

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The past few years have been unprecedented, and the future is uncertain. From worker shortages to high inflation, supply chain issues, and more, companies and their employees are dealing with some major challenges. This, in turn, can impact worker performance and productivity. The good news is that by keeping a few tips in mind, you… Read more »

4 Tips for Hiring During Today’s Great Resignation

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In today’s job market, it’s hard to find mediocre candidates to hire, let alone your next star performer. The pandemic’s “Great Resignation” combined with the continued Baby Boomer exodus has created a perfect storm for employers looking to hire. What’s more is that if you bring a candidate on board who’s a bad fit, they… Read more »

4 Reasons to Retrain an Employee Rather than Firing Them

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If you have an employee who’s underperforming, it’s a tricky situation. They’re not working out in their role, yet the thought of trying to find a new employee amidst a post-pandemic worker shortage is daunting. What can you do? One way to resolve the situation without having to resort to recruiting is to train employees… Read more »

“Why Should We Hire You?” How to Respond to This Tricky Question

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When a hiring manager asks: “Why should we hire you?” your brain might go in 100 different directions. How do you answer this question? Do you talk about what you love about the company, the unique skills you have, why your personality is a great fit or something else entirely? It’s a lot to think… Read more »

Are You Offering On-the-Job Training? Here’s Why It’s Key

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Work is busy, and you’re short-staffed. The last thing on your mind is employee training. However, it’s actually key to remaining competitive and keeping your employees happy. Here’s why. The Many Benefits of On-the-Job Training When you offer job training to your employees, you’ll give them a boost and your bottom line too because: Employees… Read more »

How a Polished LinkedIn Profile Can Help You Get Hired

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When you’re starting a new job, your focus is on creating a strong resume, searching for leads, and networking. However, don’t forget about reworking your LinkedIn profile. Not only should it be updated so all the information is current and aligns with your resume, but it must be optimized, as well. This way, hiring managers… Read more »