5 Signs You Need a Change of Pace at Work

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Can you remember the last time you took a day off? And by taking a day off – we mean actually unplugging from your job and technology for more than 24 hours? If you have a nagging feeling that you need a change of pace at work, it could be time to schedule a day… Read more »

Protecting Your Call Center Employees from Seasonal Stress

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Any job in a call center can wear people down, especially those in high-volume retail, technical or collections departments. It’s no wonder that call center employees have an above-average turnover rate. During the busy holiday season, call center agents can get even more stressed out from the number and type of calls they get. From… Read more »

Are You the Best Candidate For the Job? Prove It!

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As a job seeker, you cannot simply walk into a job interview and assume that you have all the skills that the hiring manager is looking for. While you may believe you are a good fit for the job – based on the job description given and your experience – many companies today require candidates to prove… Read more »

Your “Tried-And-True” Interview Questions Might Just be Tired!

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Every hiring manager has a list of interview questions that they lean on when under pressure to select the right candidate. However, this is not always a good way to identify top candidates, because the interview questions are outdated and job seekers have learned to rehearse their answers in response. In other words, your “tried… Read more »

Don’t Sabotage Your Relationship With a Recruiter!

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When it comes to working with recruiters, most candidates have a “love hate” relationship. Either you love the support that a recruiter can provide during a focused job search, or you hate the long delays and frustration of allowing someone else to advise you on your career options. However, a professional recruiter can be your… Read more »

How to Avoid Slips and Falls in Your Warehouse

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Slips, trips and falls can happen in any workplace, no matter how safe it may seem. Even an office can be filled with hazards. But a warehouse takes safety to a whole new level of concern because of the ease in which slips and falls can happen. Chemical leaks, wet floors, inventory left on floors,… Read more »

IT Job Search Checklist — Find a Job with These 10 Easy Tips

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Looking for a job in the exciting world of Information Technology (IT)? You are in luck! According to the U.S. Department of Labor Statistics, the career outlook for IT professionals is expected to grow by 12 percent over the next 10 years. Many jobs pay in the starting range of $40,000 to $100,000 annually, with… Read more »

10 Tips For Keeping Employee Morale High this Fall

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With the fall season upon us, many employees will hit a lull because they miss the summer vacations and the beautiful, warm weather. Because of this, you will need to keep employee morale as high as possible. Here are 10 tips that should help your staff with their morale levels this fall. Schedule an Outdoor… Read more »

Failure Can Be a Great Career Mentor!

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People who have failed throughout their career can attest to the fact that it helped them immensely moving forward. Failure is a common part of a career and should almost be expected. Not everyone will get it right the first time, or succeed the minute they are handed their diploma. Failure can actually be a… Read more »

How to Spot the Signs of a Bad Hire

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It would be marvellous if all recruiters had a crystal ball to tell if a candidate might be a potential disaster waiting to happen, or if they were the perfect hire. Spotting a bad hire is not easy. It does take some experience in the area of recruitment to see the signs before making a… Read more »