Don’t “Ghost” Potential Employers!

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Currently, it’s a job seeker’s market. Low unemployment means companies are competing for top talent, and that can leave you sitting in the proverbial driver’s seat. However, as candidates gain more control thanks to shrinking labor pools, a trend is beginning to take shape. Job seekers are ghosting employers. In some cases, this involves candidates… Read more »

How to Make Yourself the Perfect Candidate

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Most job seekers understand hiring managers are looking for the perfect candidate for their vacant position. However, this point can be disheartening, especially if you find your dream job is available and don’t necessarily have everything requested in the job announcement. However, it’s important to remember that the vast majority of applicants won’t tick every… Read more »

Job Search Confidence Is Key!

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  If you’ve been searching for a new job for a while, it’s hard to maintain your job search confidence. Even just a few rejections can damage your self esteem, making it harder to feel secure about the quality of your resume or your interview prowess. But, staying confident is a critical key to success…. Read more »

No, a Robot Will Not Be Taking Your Position

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  Technological advances can improve workplaces in nearly any industry, but they also leave many people concerned that their job will soon become a victim of the rise of the machines. While it is true that advances like artificial intelligence (AI) can impact how many jobs are done, that doesn’t mean you are at risk… Read more »

What’s Going Wrong at Your Temp Job Interview?

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  While it is sometimes obvious why you didn’t get a position, like seriously botching a question or arriving late to the meeting, certain small mistakes could also be costing you during the temp job interview. First impressions are made up of more than just the responses you provide when speaking with the hiring manager,… Read more »

Improve Your Interview Process with This Quick Fix

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    The interview process can be time-consuming to manage, particularly if you are seeing a few potentially qualified candidates and have only a limited amount of time available to dedicate to the task. But failing to offer the interviewee a positive experience can harm your image, so you need to make sure that everything… Read more »

It’s OK to Turn Down a Light Industrial Job Offer

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  During your search for a new light industrial job, you’ll like examine a plethora of opportunities, and not every one will be right for you. Maybe there is an issue with the job duties, commute, salary, or even the company itself. Regardless of the reason, sometimes turning down a job offer is actually a… Read more »

How to Start Job Searching for the Future

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Sometimes, you desperately want a new job, but the time isn’t right to make a transition. Maybe you are in the middle of a big project that could lead to a substantial bonus. Or your current schedule needs won’t be easily met by another company, so you have to stay put until something changes on… Read more »

How to Prove You’re a Hardworking Light Industrial Employee

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Career advancement is often contingent on your ability to demonstrate your willingness to work hard whenever necessary. But you have to do more than simply manage your job well; you have to make sure you are noticed. Some employees believe this means working extra hours or staying later than their co-workers. While this seems like… Read more »

Watch for These Warning Signs – Before Accepting a Job Offer

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Whether you have applied for your dream job or just the right job for right now, there are times when accepting a job offer may not be in your best interest.  Before you sign on the dotted line, consider these warning signs that may indicate trouble ahead. Ambiguity about the Job Description If you ask… Read more »