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How to Find the Right Passive Job Candidate

April 26th, 2017

Generally, when a company is looking to hire someone, the business advertises the job in various places and then waits for the applications to arrive. But if this is all that a company does, it is missing out on some of the best people. These are the so-called passive job candidates. They are called passive… Read More »

Prevent Illness in the Workplace

November 23rd, 2016

Getting sick is no fun. Besides feeling miserable, you have to take off from work and often fall behind there. Every year somewhere between 5 and 20 percent of people in the United States get the flu, which causes them to miss about 70 million days of work. That adds up to a business loss… Read More »

Five Ways to Increase Office Safety and Not Blow Your Budget

August 24th, 2016

Workplace safety starts from the top of the organization and trickles down to other employees of the country. In an office setting, accidents don’t happen often but they can take place. In fact, they happen a lot more often than many people realize – accidents at work cost companies about $60 billion a year in… Read More »

Leave a Lasting Impression at Your Next Group Interview

August 17th, 2016

It’s not really news to say that job interviews are stressful – everyone knows that. But some types can be more stressful than others. One of the more anxiety-producing types of interviews is known as the group interview or the panel interview. This is where a group of people interview the job candidate in one… Read More »

What Type of Manager Are You?

July 13th, 2016

Just as there are different types of people, there are different types of managers, with different kinds of management styles. Some are naturally better than others and work better in different types of situations. Here are a few different types of managers and their leadership styles. 1. The crisis manager This is the manager who… Read More »

Why You Just Can’t Hit Apply and Hope You Get the Job

June 15th, 2016

Many companies feature online job applications. They can be automated, using software that looks for keywords on applications that match those in the job description. The cover letter and resume could be eliminated before even getting to HR. In many ways, it’s like throwing something into a black hole. If your application manages to make… Read More »

Why the Inland Empire is a Great Place to Find Your Next Job

June 1st, 2016

If you are looking for work, there is no better place to do it than in the Inland Empire. Recent statistics confirm that the area is booming, with new business and record job growth. In fact, employment in the area is now higher than it was before the recession. The economy has added 50,000 jobs… Read More »

What Happens When You Accept a Bad Job?

May 18th, 2016

OK, so you hate your job. It wasn’t supposed to be like this. But, you have been at the company for some time, and things haven’t been getting any better. You have to do something, but what? Here are a few ideas from career experts. 1. Figure out exactly what it is you hate about… Read More »

Five Qualities to Look for in Your New Hires

April 13th, 2016

When you are looking to hire a new employee, you naturally want the person to be able to meet the requirements set out in the job description. But beyond that, there are other traits you should be looking for, characteristics that enable a person to perform effectively and to be a productive employee. Here are… Read More »

Take Advantage of the New Rules in the Job Search

April 6th, 2016

Technology has ushered in a new age for job hunters. There are now hundreds, if not thousands, of sites online related to jobs and job searches. They offer an array of opportunities for people who are looking for jobs, everything from social media, to job indexing sites, job boards and more. Here are a few… Read More »