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One Skill That Carries Over to Every Job

January 18th, 2017

No matter what kind of job you have, there is one skill that you will need, and that is communication. In fact, many employers consider good communication skills to be the most important. But there are different types of communication skills, and you need to work to master all of them. Here is a list… Read More »

What is the First Impression You Send Hiring Managers?

September 7th, 2016

First impressions are important. People form judgments about others very quickly based on what they see. The same is true for hiring managers. They make decisions based on intuition more often than they would like to admit. So, the first impression you make when you walk into the interview is very important. Here are a… Read More »

What Should Job Candidates Ask the Hiring Manager?

July 20th, 2016

By now it is pretty much common knowledge that you need to ask questions during the job interview. Not asking questions about the job and the company will raise suspicions in the hiring manager’s mind about your interest in the job, as well as your general professional competency. There are the general types of questions… Read More »

How to Fill the Hole When an Employee Resigns

November 20th, 2013

If an employee quits, leaving you with either a skills gap or with not enough people in your company to get your day-to-day projects complete, you may be wondering how you – and your company – will cope. If you’re a small firm and a departing employee takes some special skills or knowledge with him… Read More »

Hiring Through Social: What You Need to Know

August 21st, 2013

With almost 173 million in the U.S. on social media sites, if you’re not recruiting and sourcing via social media, you’re losing out on a potential gold mine. But just like mining for gold, you need to know where the good nuggets are and how to best use your mining tools to find them. First,… Read More »