How to Tell When You’re Not Going to Land the Job

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  During a job search, it’s smart to be optimistic about your chances of landing a new position. However, it’s simply a fact that not every opportunity is going to pan out. While you may get a straightforward response from the hiring manager when you aren’t selected, that isn’t always how it plays out. In… Read more »

Your Interview Process Might Be Chasing Away Light Industrial Talent

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Most hiring processes are somewhat toilsome based on what has to be handled along the way. However, certain aspects may be especially frustrating for your light industrial candidates, leading them to simply look elsewhere instead of pursuing one of your open positions. Certain aspects of the processes can be adjusted relatively easily, allowing you to… Read more »

Here’s Why You Shouldn’t Job Search at Work

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    Even though most employers understand that some of their staff is looking to move on to other opportunities, that doesn’t mean conducting a job search while at work is wise. When you’re on company time, you’re being paid to perform duties associated with your position, and looking for a new job certainly doesn’t… Read more »

Small Budget? Don’t Skimp on Safety Measures!

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    Workplace safety is critical for any organization. Not only is it ethically responsible to take care of your employees, but it can also help save you money by preventing costly on-the-job injuries. When you’re dealing with a small budget, it can be tempting to cut back on safety measures to save money. However,… Read more »

4 Tips for a More Productive Clerical Job Search

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  When it comes to finding a new clerical job, some people just seem to have the magic touch. They get offered a position without formally applying or get hired for roles that weren’t advertised in the usual sense. Many job seekers would wonder if these people are just uncommonly lucky, but luck rarely has… Read more »

Should New Grads Negotiate Salary in IT?

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  If you’re a recent college graduate, you likely feel pretty thankful if you already have a job offer in your hands. However, that doesn’t mean you feel happy about the salary they chose to offer. And, if you don’t have an offer yet, that doesn’t mean you aren’t curious as to how to proceed… Read more »

How Technology is Improving Workplace Safety in Mississippi

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  As technology takes a larger role in our personal and professional lives, it’s no surprise that it is also helping to make workplaces in Mississippi safer for everyone. Every environment from offices and banks to manufacturing plants and other industrial facilities are seeing benefits from improved security measures and advanced technological features. Here are… Read more »

Hiring New Employees? Follow These 5 Steps

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  When you’re looking to hire a new employee, you want to make sure you handle the process right the first time. Otherwise, you may find yourself heading back to the drawing board much faster than you originally intended. To help you manage the task of finding a new person to join your team, here… Read more »

Can You Apply to Entry-Level Administrative Jobs that Require Experience?

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  When most people think of entry-level administrative positions, they picture a job that doesn’t require any previous experience. However, many of these opportunities include experience requirements, making this starter position seem like anything but. For those coming straight out of school or looking to shift careers, this can be especially frustrating as it makes… Read more »

Does Your Workplace Have Unspoken Rules? Here’s Why They’re Bad for Business

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  Every business needs rules to guide the actions of their employees. In most cases, these are listed in a series of formal policies and procedures, serving as a reference point for the activities of all workers within the company. However, most organizations also have numerous unspoken rules based on behavioral expectations and business norms…. Read more »