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What Should Companies Look for in Workforce Management

Are you considering a workforce management solution for your business? If so, what should you be looking for in both a service and their software solution? Before you make a decision on the workforce management partner for your organization, it is important to ask the following questions to better understand what you and your employees… Read more »

Improve Body Language to Help Your Networking

You know that networking is important to your career. But did you know that the body language you project when meeting new professionals is as important as meeting them in the first place? If you can master appropriate body language when you’re networking, you will find that you’re making better connections for your career. Here… Read more »

3 Red Flags that Scream Bad Fit in a Job Candidate

Hiring is hard, so it is important that you don’t make snap judgments or hire someone on the spot when you have a gut feeling about how they’re perfect. There are several things that should be taken into consideration, including some red flags that can let you know when a candidate isn’t the right fit… Read more »

Unsure About Accepting the Position? Look at These Areas

Now that you’ve submitted your resume, attended the interview, and have received the job offer, what happens next? If you are on the fence at all about accepting this new position, there may be reasons for that. Before you say yes or sign any paperwork, it is worth taking a little time to decide. Politely… Read more »

Show One Simple Thing to Help Employee Motivation

Encouraging your staff to perform at the top of their abilities isn’t as difficult as many online resources make it seem. Most employees are actively engaged in their job, and if they’re not, pushing them harder won’t solve the problem. Instead, working with their natural desire to do a good job and encouraging the hardest… Read more »

Your Next Job Can Be Found on Social Media… 3 Tips to Find It

You’ve heard that you need to be on social media to see and be seen by the top companies on your employment wish list, but what does that mean? Can you really find a job on social media? The answer is yes, and while you have to do some work, the overall concept is surprisingly… Read more »

Are Your Job Interview Answers Boring?

Do you think you’re ready for your next interview? Sometimes it is helpful to think about the person sitting on the other side of the desk from you rather than only focus on your own experience. They have probably already interviewed for this position before, so they may have heard many of the same answers… Read more »

Why You Can’t Be Scared of Hiring Smart Employees

It is okay to admit it. As a manager, it can be hard to check your own ego sometimes. You want to continuously demonstrate that your word and your actions are at the top of the ladder, so it can be hard to make hiring decisions that involve bringing exceptional employees on the team to… Read more »

5 Skills That Bring Your Resume to the Top

Sending your resume in for a job posting online can be a risky endeavor. Hundreds of other potential candidates may have done the same thing, and a recruiter or hiring manager will need to review and reduce the number of applicants before they make the next move. As a job seeker, your only job is… Read more »

Who’s More Important – Your Team or Your Clients?

We all know the adage that the customer is always right. Most of the time, companies will place a very high value on their clients. Without a good, loyal client base, most companies wouldn’t be in business. But what really is more important to your company, the client or your staff? By making your team… Read more »