Be Prepared to Answer These Questions During Your Next Phone Interview

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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 »

Why It’s Critical to Build Trust with Employees Right Away

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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 »

Should You be Taking Notes During an Interview? The Answer May be Different than You’d Expect

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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 »

Here’s What You Should Know About Workplace Safety

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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 »

How To Create a Job Posting that Attracts Top Talent

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Your job postings are often candidates’ first touch point with your company – and you only get one chance to make a good first impression. Competition is hotter than ever in today’s candidate-driven labor market, so be sure your postings are crisp, clear, attractive, and compelling, so they convert job seekers into applicants. Be strategic… Read more »

Should You Ever Turn Down the Opportunity for a Job Interview?

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Ghosting a job interview or professional conversation is never a good idea. You don’t want to leave someone hanging. It comes off as unprofessional. However, you don’t have to take the initial interview or conversation if you don’t want to. While you shouldn’t go turning down every interview, there are some you should pass up…. Read more »

This What Not to Do When Setting Goals

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You’re ready to achieve big things in your career this year, but first, you need to set goals to guide the way. While this sounds like a relatively easy task, doing it right is actually a bit more complex than you might imagine. Since goals are made to help you learn and grow, it’s important… Read more »

What to Consider When Hiring New Staff for Your Warehouse

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Your warehouse needs to function like a well-oiled machine to get the job done right. All hands on deck are needed to keep things moving, so hire wisely. Whether you’re filling permanent or temporary positions, the candidates you choose have the power to either make the team stronger than ever or bring everyone down. The… Read more »

Your Questions Matter!

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Since being invited to interview for a job you really want, you’ve prepared a response for every possible question you could be asked. Now it’s time to turn the tables and create a list of good, knowledgeable questions for the interviewer. Many employers expect you ask questions that go beneath the surface, and doing so… Read more »