Your Job Interview Checklist: 10 Tips You Don’t Want to Miss!

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  When you’ve been invited in for an interview, preparation is the key to success. But figuring out precisely how you should prepare isn’t always intuitive, especially when it goes beyond simply practicing your answer to interview questions. Excelling during your interview takes time and attention, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. If you… Read more »

Changes YOU Need to Make to Land Better Talent

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  Today’s job seeker is looking for more than a decent salary; they also want to work for a company that offers a great environment and culture. The same goes for your current employees. If your culture and environment are lacking, better talent might not stick around for long. If your goal is to recruit… Read more »

Your Employer Branding Needs Some Work

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  For many companies, employer branding is something usually left to the marketing department and focused on the products or services the business provides. But, there is another type of branding that you need to worry about: your employer branding. At its core, your employer brand is a reflection of your reputation, but it’s focused… Read more »

How to Make – and Keep – Your Employees Happy!

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  Most company leaders understand that happy employees are typically more productive and loyal to the organization. After all, if a worker is satisfied with their employer, they aren’t usually looking for the door and are willing to go the extra mile to get the job done quickly and correctly. But figuring out how to… Read more »

How to Give Negative Feedback (Without Creating Negative Feelings!)

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  If you provide employees with feedback at the beginning of the year, you’re likely faced with the difficult situation of sharing some points that aren’t necessarily easy to give. Negative feedback is always a challenge, especially when you don’t want to damage the relationship and prefer to help the person succeed. How you give… Read more »

Create a More Diverse Workforce in 2018

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  Most companies understand the value of diversity in the workplace and often create policies to support the idea. But not every business is going about building a more diverse workforce the right way, and common mistakes can significantly undermine critical objectives and lead you to miss opportunities that can help you reach your targets… Read more »

Can Company Holiday Parties Actually Be Good for Business?

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  With the holiday season approaching, many companies and managers are trying to decide if throwing holiday parties is a smart move. Often, these events require at least some level of financial investment, leaving some businesses hesitant to sponsor a seasonal celebration. But, by doing so, you can actually experience benefits beyond simply having a… Read more »

How to Network – Even When You’re Too Busy to Network

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  If you’re like most professionals, you likely feel pressed for time almost every day. You may be trying to juggle work obligations with home responsibilities, and may even be trying to advance your education too. So, with so much going on, how are you supposed to make time to network, too? While most people understand… Read more »

One Foolproof Way to Improve Employee Engagement

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  Whenever unemployment is low, it automatically becomes more difficult to recruit new talent and retain your current employees. Often, salaries can only be raised so far, and traditional benefits packages made only so sweet before you reach the edge of what your company can offer. But, there is one alternative that can help you… 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 »