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Co-Worker Not Pulling Their Weight? 7 Things You Can Do

July 21st, 2017

As the saying goes, a team is only as strong as its weakest player. This is why it can be detrimental to both team morale and productivity when even one co-worker is not pulling their weight. If you find yourself feeling frustrated due to picking up the slack of underperforming colleagues, take a deep breath… Read more »

What Should I Wear to a Job Interview?

April 28th, 2017

So, you’ve landed yourself a job interview – congratulations! The skills highlighted on your resume and the initial phone-screening process have proven to the hiring manager you are a qualified candidate for the position. While you’re preparing your answers for potential questions and coming up with questions of your own to ask during your interview,… Read more »

From Employee to Supervisor: Climb the Career Ladder with These 7 Tips

March 17th, 2017

After working and excelling in a position for a certain amount of time, the next logical step for many employees is to look towards becoming a supervisor. While supervisor positions are available every now and then, the majority of supervisors are promoted from existing employees with a natural knack for leadership and already demonstrating success… Read more »

The Confident Job Candidate: A Guide to Interviewing

January 27th, 2017

Congratulations! You’ve written a compelling cover letter, and your skills and experience conveyed on your resume have caught the eye of the hiring manager, moving you right along to the next crucial step of the hiring process: the in-person interview! While your potential new employer is already interested in the skill set you could bring… Read more »

Better Late Than Never! – Why You Need to Update Your Resume

July 8th, 2016

Many of us are guilty of doing it. Unless you are actively job seeking, it is easy to let your resume take the back burner for several months or even years until you’re back on the job market again. It may sound surprising, but having an up-to-date and polished resume can be as valuable to… Read more »

Introvert? How to Interview Effectively

April 22nd, 2016

Feeling the pressure during an interview is natural for most job seekers, and that overwhelming sense of anxiety tends to be even more amplified for introverts. Unfortunately, personality type does not get you a free pass on in-person interviews; in order to get a chance in the workforce, the ability to interview well is a… Read more »

Skilled Labor Trends for Fall 2014

September 30th, 2014

The latest employment data, released this summer, look promising in many ways for the U.S. economy. For five months in a row, U.S. businesses added 200,000 jobs per month, according to a U.S. News and World Report article. The official unemployment rate has continued its downward slide, landing at 6.1 percent. All this is good… Read more »

Resumes: Chronological, Functional, Accomplishment. Knowing Which Type of Resume is Best for Your Job Search.

October 26th, 2012

Perhaps the most important aspect of any job search is updating, editing, and revamping your resume; but have you highlighted your experience in the best way for you? Depending on your skill set and career path, you have several different approaches to organizing your resume: chronological, functional, or an accomplishment-based combination.  If you’re ready to… Read more »

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