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 »

Are You Getting Enough Sleep? If Not, You Could Face Negative Impacts on Your Career and Mental Health

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Adequate sleep is required to restore and repair body systems. Proper sleep also helps the brain properly function.   Long work hours, increasing stress levels, and regular use of electronic devices may be preventing you from getting enough sleep at night. You need at least 7-9 hours of quality sleep each night to perform your… Read more »

Are You Being Ghosted During Your Hiring Process? This Might Be Why…

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Candidate ghosting is increasingly common. A significant number of candidates are not showing up for interviews, responding to job offers, or beginning work on the start date.   Ghosting became even more common when the coronavirus pandemic hit. More employees leaving their jobs meant there were more job openings. Additional hiring to fill the openings… Read more »

The Best Tips For Hiring and Recruiting in 2022

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Finding the right person for the job has never been easy — and it’s harder than ever amid the current labor shortage. You need to fill open positions on your team, but you’re not willing to hire just anyone. Traditional hiring solutions might not work right now, so it’s time to get a little creative…. Read more »

3 Ways Remote Work Might Actually Accelerate the Time It Takes to Reach Your Professional Goals

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You’ve recently started working remotely, and you’re wondering how this shift will affect your career trajectory. As an ambitious person, you have several professional goals in place and you’re hoping to accomplish them in the near future. The good news is, working from home can actually help accelerate your timeline for success. Here’s a look… Read more »

Ways You Can Overcome the Challenges of Networking in a Remote Work Environment

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These Are The Most Important Workplace Safety Tips of 2022

Once upon a time, you worked in a traditional office setting. Networking was easy, because you were surrounded by colleagues and frequently met new contacts at happy hours and industry events — but things have changed. Whether your company went remote amid the COVID-19 pandemic or you intentionally chose a job that allowed you to… 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 »

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 »

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 »