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‘Tis the Season to Start Planning Your Seasonal Hiring

October 17th, 2013

Although it may still seem early, the holiday season is just around the corner for many small businesses throughout Odessa. Hiring seasonal employees has become a common practice to help facilitate hectic holiday demands, especially in industries such as administrative, clerical, retail, sales and customer service. This stressful season can often lead to hiring managers… Read more »

Five Warning Signs That a Job Wouldn’t Be a Good Fit

August 30th, 2013

The ratio of open positions to applicants can seem bleak in today’s market. Although job offers during a recovering economy may seem difficult to come by, it is important not to stoop to desperation and accept just any job you are offered. Accepting a job that is not a good fit does not benefit you… Read more »

A Long Hiring Wish List Doesn’t Mean a Better Hire

June 14th, 2013

Creating a hiring wish list is a great way to provide yourself with a visual of what exactly you are looking for in an employee. While including specifics in your wish list can be helpful, it can also become far too easy to wander into dangerous territory, especially when your list keeps growing. The longer… Read more »

Made a Mistake at Work? Here’s How to Handle It

April 30th, 2013

As humans, we are bound to make mistakes from time to time. Although this is natural and expected, making a mistake at work can lead to nothing short of complete panic. When you are inevitably found in this situation, take a step back and breathe. You only have so many options when you’ve made a… Read more »

How to Discreetly Interview While You’re Employed

April 9th, 2013

Ideally, everyone would find one job and be perfectly content. While this does happen for some people, it is not always a reality. Whether you’re looking to make more money, find better growth opportunities, or seeking a whole new career change all together, job seeking when you’re already employed can be tricky. If you’re considering… Read more »

How to Stay Connected with Your Professional Network without Overdoing It

March 29th, 2013

The old saying, “it’s not what you know, but who you know” may seem played out, but rings very true to job seekers everywhere. Although industry experience and strong interview skills are important, who your references are and what they have to say about you can make or break your shot at a job offer.… Read more »

Helping Your Employees Beat the Winter Blues

March 15th, 2013

Regardless of where you live in the U.S. and what weather you may get to enjoy, the winter months can cause the workplace blues to set in. This may cause your employees to fall culprit to decreased motivation for even the most hardworking employees. With lowered rates of activity and less sunlight, winter is often… Read more »

Do You Have Resume Gaps? The Right Way to Explain Them.

February 7th, 2013

Gaps in employment happen. You may have a great resume, glowing recommendations, and solid experience, but potential employers will expect an explanation. Don’t worry; there are methods for professionally addressing resume gaps. Consult the following points to explain your time away from the workforce positively. Have your reasons ready. Hiring managers will want to know… Read more »

Don’t Send the Unprofessional Vibe

January 21st, 2013

In today’s market where many applicants apply for the same position, employers have the luxury of choosing from a pool of several well-qualified candidates to do the job. Instances such as these are where the little things come into play. Sometimes, otherwise unrecognizable, yet common mistakes can make you appear unprofessional and cost you the… Read more »

During 2013, Stop Being a “Boss” and Start Being a Teacher

January 14th, 2013

Countless theories circulate on best practices for being an effective small business owner. To cultivate a “now” world of business, possibly the most important move to make is to shift from the role of boss to the role of teacher. Providing your employees with quick answers will help them with their current challenge, however, actions… Read more »



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