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 »

How To Make Sure You’re Earning What You Deserve In Your Current Role

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For many, money is the most important factor in choosing a job. Money can measure how happy we are with our work, how satisfied we are with the balance between our work and personal lives, and even how well we’re doing in life. Money is a powerful motivator. Studies have shown that people are willing… Read more »

Not Hearing Back from Hiring Managers? Try This…

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Rejection is hurtful in any situation, but repeatedly getting a negative or no response regarding job applications, callbacks, interviews or offers can do a real number on your psyche and self-esteem. If you’re starting to feel like you’ve been burned so often you may never get near the fire again, consider the reasons behind those… Read more »

Learn How Employee Buy-In Can Boost Workplace Engagement

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For your company to succeed, you need every person on your team to give their best. Unfortunately, that’s not what’s happening right now. Many of your employees are disengaged — and their work shows it. Having employee buy-in can change that, because it gets people more involved in the company when they feel valued, increased… Read more »

Is It Ever OK to Quit Without Giving Notice?

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When you’re really unhappy at work, it can be very tempting to just walk out and never come back — especially if you’ve found a new job. Daydreaming about taking this step is one thing, but actually doing so is a whole other story, because under no circumstances is it ever acceptable to quit without… Read more »

Finding Great Workers in a Labor Crunch

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The good news?  The economy has shown great improvement over the last few years, both nationally and locally. The bad news? The labor market is tighter than ever now. With job growth on the rise and fewer unemployed, it’s tough to compete for the best workers. How can you find the people you need to… Read more »