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Don’t Think You’re Qualified for the Job? Here’s When You Should Still Apply

If you’ve been in the job market for any length of time, you know the drill. Review job openings online and in print and send your resume to the ones that match your qualifications or interests. But what happens if you find a position that looks amazing on the screen but you’re not quite at… Read more »

3 Tips to Create a Successful Interview Strategy to Find a Job in 2018

If you’re facing the end of the year still within a job search, you may be concerned about your strategy going into 2018. Maybe there are some things you need to adjust. Or maybe you can alter some aspects to help you position yourself as the right candidate for employers. As employers wind down their… Read more »

Leading Other Millennials When You’re a Young Manager

The modern workforce is continually evolving, and now that baby boomers are looking forward to retirement, the next largest generation may be taking over some of those management roles. But are you ready for this kind of responsibility? And, if so, do you think you can manage other millennials in your office? Before you get… Read more »

How Will On-Site Management Help Your DFW Company?

Have you considered working with a staffing agency that offers on-site management services for your business? If so, what questions are you asking? What information do you need to know about on-site solutions? Before you contact an agency to learn more, here are some of the basics that can help you determine the right staffing… Read more »

Improve Your Customer Service Skills in IT with These 4 Tips

Any information technology job is equal parts technical skills and interpersonal skills. Throughout your IT career, you will need to interact with co-workers, managers, executives, and customers. And, in many cases, it may be interaction with customers that will be the most important part of your IT career. Do you think you need to improve… Read more »

Soft Skills – How to Determine Them in the Interview

Experts will tell you that, as a manager, you need to hire based on the soft skills of the candidate. But what does this mean and how exactly do you measure soft skills? Hard skills refer to the specific qualifications for the job, such as experience with certain software or years of working within one… Read more »

How to Turn Your Temp-to-Hire Call Center Job into a Full-Time Position

Temp-to-hire is one of the many ways companies will try out a new potential employee before deciding to hire them full time. They will work with a staffing agency to place individuals on a temporary basis and evaluate their performance during an established time period. If you’re looking for a full-time call center position, can… Read more »

Why the DFW Area Is the Best City for Jobs

In a recent article by Forbes, the Dallas area tops the list of best places to work in the U.S. But why is the DFW area the best city for jobs right now? There are plenty of reasons this city has risen to the top of the market, including overall industry, quality of life, and… Read more »

What to Give Job References After You Applied for the Job

You may know a little bit about the best way to provide references to potential employers. But do you know that you should be talking directly with your references as well? Once you’ve applied for a job, give your references a call to talk about your search and how they can best help you. If… Read more »

4 Areas Bogging Down Your IT Team

Do you feel as though your IT team isn’t as productive as it could be? Maybe you find yourself micromanaging more than you want. Or maybe you are spending more time correcting mistakes than managing at all. If you’re frustrated, it may not be your team’s fault. Consider your processes and the ways your IT… Read more »