Should You Hire That “Job Hopper?”

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  Most hiring managers have been trained to see frequent job changes as an immediate red flag, leading them to discard resumes featuring a pattern of “job hopping” fairly quickly. However, automatically dismissing these candidates could be a mistake. In some cases, having multiple employers in a relatively short period could actually be a positive… Read more »

Do Passion and Work Go Hand-in-Hand in IT?

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  For most people, working is a fundamental part of life. It provides you with a salary, benefits and perks, allowing you to manage your daily responsibilities outside of the workplace. But not everyone is inherently passionate about their career, even if they enjoy their work. However, most people have hobbies or interests outside of… Read more »

Kick Off Your Employee Wellness Program This Summer

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  As more candidates place a high amount of value on company culture, having a strong employee wellness program can work in your favor, both from a recruitment and retention standpoint. While starting or improving your offering seems like a difficult task, it doesn’t have to be a challenge. In fact, you could kick off… Read more »

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 »

Why Your Business Should Focus on Employee Collaboration

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  If your goal is to craft a company culture that promotes innovative thinking and the sharing of unique ideas, employee collaboration needs to be a priority. When small groups of employees work toward achieving a shared goal or solving a problem, the results tend to be more creative and productive than if only one… Read more »

Ready to Quit Your Light Industrial Job? Read This!

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  When your current light industrial job doesn’t seem like an ideal fit, it’s only natural to think about quitting. Nearly every worker at some point considers walking out the door at some point, either with or without giving notice, but it’s important to not make this decision on a whim. In the end, quitting… 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 »

One Easy Way to Make a Better Impression in Job Interviews

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  When you are trying to land a new position, making great first impressions during the job interview is crucial. Your initial introduction to the hiring manager is going to impact every subsequent interaction, so you want to ensure that it goes well. However, figuring out how to make positive first impressions isn’t always easy…. 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 »

Here’s Why You’re Getting Rejected for Clerical Jobs

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  Sometimes, you think you’re doing everything right, but you still can’t seem to land new clerical jobs. When this happens, it’s easy to begin questioning every move you make, especially if you haven’t received any clues as to why your application was rejected. There are so many variables in the candidate screening process that… Read more »