The possibility of being laid off from a job is understandably scary. Jobs give us a sense of security and even a sense of identity. However, many people are currently facing this very real possibility. So that you are not caught off guard, we have assembled these six specific ways to prepare for a layoff […]

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In light of the current Coronavirus pandemic, many people have found themselves in the position of having to work from home. If this situation applies to you then welcome. You have entered a brave, new world! Among the benefits of this transition from working in an office to working from home is that you have a front […]

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Is your workspace working for you? Research shows that your environment makes a huge impact on your mood. So, it may be time to give your space at the office a makeover in order to liven up things at work. The key is to add variety to your area so that you don’t get bored […]

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It isn’t always easy to get settled into a new job. In fact, the first few days in a new position can be some of the most stressful times in a person’s career. Read on to learn how you can meet this challenge and make your new position both personally and professionally rewarding. Hard work: […]

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When our clients come to our employment agency to fill positions within their companies, they are understandably selective. After all, placing the wrong person into the wrong position is a losing situation for all parties involved. The candidate wastes time and money going to the company and the company wastes valuable time and money on […]

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The worst situation an employee can find herself in is when her employer believes that she is easily replaceable. This belief puts employees in a precarious situation especially in down employment markets. And even though the employment rate remains high in many parts of the country, it is still a good idea to make employers […]

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You’ve researched the company that will be conducting your interview. You’ve gone over the questions the interviewer may ask you in your head and still you are a nervous wreck. Pre-interview anxiety can get the best of even people who has been in the job market for some time. Here are 5 quick tips for […]

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According to the American Staffing Association, more than 3 million temporary and contract workers work for staffing companies in America during an average week. This means that contract workers are a significant part of the work force and that their influence should in no way be underestimated. Many employers know that contract workers help them […]

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However many jobs you’ve had in the past, we wager that you are like most people who start a new job – a nervous wreck. There are new faces and names to learn, new systems and departments to navigate and new jargon to master. It can all seem a bit overwhelming. To help you handle […]

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