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A phone interview is typically your first interaction with a prospective employer. Even though you’re not actually meeting face-to-face, it’s still their first impression of you, and vice versa. To be sure you leave them wanting to know more about you, versus eliminating you from their short list of serious candidates, bring your A game… Read more »

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As you finish up an email, you may not give much thought to your closing. After all, the hard part is done, right? Message complete. Now you just need an appropriate sign-off. No big deal. But, maybe it is. According to a study by productivity software manufacturer Boomerang, certain email closings deliver significantly higher response… Read more »

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As noted by the Harvard Business Review, the need for social belonging is hardwired into human DNA, and even – or maybe mainly due to – more people working remotely these days, this feeling of truly being part of a group or team is especially critical in the workplace. If employees feel like they belong,… Read more »

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Building trust with your employees starts even before they’re officially on board at your company. Its roots are planted at their first point of contact – when they visit your website, hear about you from a contact, or search for and find your open jobs. First impressions are often indelible. For those roots to flourish,… Read more »

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These Are The Most Important Workplace Safety Tips of 2022

Being well prepared for your job interview means more than just choosing the right outfit and showing up with time to spare, just in case you get lost or caught in traffic. To go in feeling truly prepared and confident, it’s essential to research the company you’re interviewing with, ahead of time. This not only… Read more »

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The most important aspect of a job interview is making a good first impression. Of course, your responses to questions are critical as well, but it’s that very first snapshot of you that will be solidified in the eyes and minds of your interviewers. So, be sure that image is one of competence, confidence, poise… Read more »

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As an employer, it is your responsibility to ensure that your employees leave work at the end of the day the same way they arrived: safe and injury free. Creating a safe culture and work environment is not only the right thing to do, but it’s also good for business. Team members who feel safe… Read more »

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Have You Thought About Strengthening Your Critical Thinking Skills?

Hiring the right person can make or break your business. And making the wrong hire can cost you time and money, not to mention employee morale. But it doesn’t have to be that way! In this blog post, I’ll share some of the biggest hiring mistakes we’ve seen companies make (and how you can avoid… Read more »

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Have you tried to apply for a job and faced the disappointment of finding out that you didn’t get it? Consider why your resume may not have caught the eye of your potential employers. Know your resume style Your resume is like your own personal brand. It should be a reflection of your unique personality… Read more »