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Many job seekers see a job as won or lost based on the interview. While that part of the process is obviously important, what you do before sitting down with the hiring manager can play just as much of a role in whether you are selected as any other component. To help ensure you don’t… Read more »

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As of 2015, millennials became the largest part of the active workforce1 and are expected to represent 34 percent by the year 2024, based on a report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics2. And with unemployment sitting at 4.7 percent3, companies can’t ignore Millennial workers when they need to fill positions. However, making sure you… Read more »

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Based on information from the Bureau of Labor Statistics1, millennials will make up approximately 34 percent of the labor force by 2024. In fact, they overtook Gen Xers as the largest part of the workforce2 back in 2015. But, even though this generation accounts for nearly one-in-three workers today, many are still fighting against stereotypes… Read more »

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Many companies are concerned about bringing employees on board who have a resume with too many jobs in a short period of time. It turns out hiring a former job hopper isn’t necessarily a bad move depending on the employee’s motive. Some workers have changed jobs to take advantage of opportunities to advance along their… Read more »

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Many professionals are seeing the benefits of increased demand for their talents thanks to the unemployment rate sitting at 4.7 percent1. This gives job seekers a lot of leverage when negotiating for positions. They are able to seek out positions that offer a range of benefits, including the highly desirable potential for growth2. However, just… Read more »

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Believe it or not, you may be making around 35,000 decisions each day. Whether figuring out what to have for lunch or which direction you want your business to move in, you’re constantly making choices. Unfortunately, repeatedly making even the smallest choices every day can result in decision fatigue. Here are three ways you can… Read more »

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When you sit down with your manager and say you’ve taken a job elsewhere, chances are (if you’re a valued employee) they’ll offer you a salary increase, promotion or other incentives to get you to stay. Numerous studies show if an employee accepts a counter offer, they are more likely to be gone from the… Read more »

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As great as your hiring process is, there’s always room for improvement. In a candidate-driven market, a long time-to-fill will come back to hurt your company. When you are continually meeting to make a decision on a candidate, they have already decided to go with another option. If you are having problems with handling each… Read more »

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When applying for work through a staffing agency, it’s important you set yourself apart from all other candidates. Follow these guidelines for securing your next position. Follow Directions It’s important you follow directions when filling out the staffing firm’s application. This is your first test in determining whether you do exactly as you’re asked. Ensure… Read more »

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Securing top talent for your company is a time-consuming process. Follow these guidelines for a clearer path to finding the best workers for your organization. Determine Skills and Attributes Needed To figure out which skills, qualities and attributes are needed for a position, look for commonalities among your most successful employees. For example, your best… Read more »