5 Tips for Hiring Better Light Industrial Candidates

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The summer months can be an ideal time to start hiring light industrial workers for your company. This is often the peak season for managing new projects and conducting inventory counts. Light industrial workers come from all walks of life and many are looking for entry-level positions leading to long-term employment. When you’re looking to… Read more »

Can You Have a “Perfect” Admin Interview?

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Ready to tackle your next interview for an administrative position? You may be hoping to land a job quickly by making a great first impression on the hiring manager. You already know you have what it takes as a strong administrative candidate. So, how can you ensure that you have the perfect admin interview that… Read more »

How to Address, or Move Past, a Candidate’s Career Gap

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As human resource practitioners and managers, it’s become much more common to receive candidates who have gaps of unemployment on their resumes. This is as a result of the poor economy that most of the nation experienced for several years, and some areas that are still catching up. However, one must not ignore these gaps…. Read more »

Major Hiring Mistakes You’re Probably Making

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Companies require good people in order to thrive in a changing market. In order to hire the best people, a company must have sound recruitment practices that include plenty of interviewing, screening, reference checking, and assessing skill sets as they apply to each job type. Unfortunately, there are companies out there that have poor methods… Read more »

How to Tell If Your Resume is a Total Flop

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Are you getting next-to-no response from sending your resume to prospective employers? Your resume is often the only way that companies and recruitment firms can learn about you, so this document has to count. If you are getting nothing but silence after sending your resume to countless employers, staffing firms, and more – perhaps your… Read more »

Is There a Better Way to Interview Entry-Level Candidates?

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Interviewing people for entry-level positions can pose a challenge for any hiring manager. There are several reasons for this. First, candidates who present for entry-level positions often have limited-to-no previous career experience. This can make it difficult to obtain references and to have talking points during the interview. Secondly, entry-level candidates may not know what… Read more »

Are Your Top Prospects Rejecting Your Job Offers?

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Running a business is challenging enough. Finding good people to fill key roles is a separate matter. You do your best to offer a great corporate culture, offer above average wages and benefits, and bend over backwards for candidates. But, what if your best isn’t good enough and the top candidate prospects bail once you… Read more »

Use These Tactics to Set Yourself Apart from Other Candidates

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As a job seeker, have you ever felt like another cog in the wheel? Like there are hundreds of other job seekers just like you, making it difficult to stand out and get noticed? This is a common concern, especially with so much competition for top jobs. The good news is that you can find… Read more »

Start the New Year with a Sparkling First Impression

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Now the 2016 is finally here, a good many job seekers are brushing up their resumes, polishing their elevator pitches, and getting their power suits on in preparation for a great new career. You may find yourself looking for a job this year too, but wondering how you can stand out among a sea of… Read more »

How to Find a Better Job, Faster

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Durіng thе раѕt few decades, thе job market hаѕ fluctuated wildly due tо recessionary periods. Althоugh millions hаvе struggled tо find a better job durіng thеѕе tough times, nearly еvеrу person whо wanted а job eventually fоund one. Thіnk аbоut іt аnd уоu wіll ѕее thіѕ іѕ true. It јuѕt takes ѕоmе people longer thаn… Read more »