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What to Expect During Your Interview for a Clerical Job

Are you in the market for a clerical position? If so, you’re probably sending out your resume and preparing for interviews. While you’re comfortable with the resume you have, do you know what to expect during a clerical interview? What kinds of questions will employers ask and what should you bring to the table to… Read more »

Five Tips on How to Be a Leader and Not Just a Boss

You may think of the words “boss” and “leader” as interchangeable. But there are differences, and they can be vast. If you want to be a better leader and not just the boss, some common characteristics stand out. What makes someone a real leader? Here are a few traits of strong leaders and how you… Read more »

5 Ways to Start Your Morning Off Right

If you’re a morning person, you probably already have a pretty good wake-up schedule. You rise to greet the day, enjoy your favorite warm beverage, and get working. But not everyone is a morning person, and some of us need a little extra boost to start our morning off right. If you’re looking for new… Read more »

Better Questions to Ask Than “Tell Me About Yourself.”

Interviewing is a complex process. It can be hard to think of the right questions to ask a candidate to ensure that you’re hiring the right person for the job. But the questions you ask should provide an opportunity to gain important insight into a candidate’s background and skillset. So, beyond “Tell me about yourself,”… Read more »

Is Your Social Media Employer Proof?

In the age of digital communications and social media, job seekers need to consider the implications of what they have available to the public on the internet. Some companies do check public profiles before making hiring decisions, including your Instagram, Twitter, and even public Facebook feeds. Are you confident that they will make you an… Read more »

8 Ideas to Bring Summer Into Your Workplace

Summertime is in full swing and the hot temperatures are causing everyone in the workplace to daydream about all the reasons they shouldn’t be at work. When everyone is thinking about summer vacation, you need to figure out ways to keep your staff engaged and happy. You can bring summer into your workplace with a… Read more »

10 Reasons to Make the Move to Dallas

Everything’s bigger in Texas. And that’s true for the economy, the housing market, and all the cultural events happening in and around Dallas. Have you considered a big move? If you want to go big, it doesn’t get better than Texas. Here are the top 10 reasons you should make the move to Dallas. 1.… Read more »

The Secret to Keeping Your Employee Retention Rate High

The era of long-term employment at one company that ended with retirement and a gold watch is long over. More people within the workforce today will experience multiple jobs, even career changes, with many employers. So how do employers navigate this new world? How can you focus on retention and still give your employees the… Read more »

Pros of Interviewing for A Position You Don’t Think You Want

If you’re job hunting, you’re probably pretty aware of what is and isn’t a waste of your time. You may have been invited to interview for a position you don’t think you want. Your gut instinct tells you to say no, but what if there were benefits to this exercise. There are several pros of… Read more »

Bosses, Are You Still Keeping Up with These 4 Things?

As a manager, you’re expected to wear a lot of hats and keep up with some major trends in the marketplace. Along with your own skills and management style, you’ll want to bring other information to the table in your current job or throughout your career. What are the most important things you should be… Read more »