Sometimes it’s an easy choice to leave a company. However, one of the most important choices that you can make in your career is to leave your employer in the right way. Like any other relationship, there are faults and virtues with every company. At the end of a relationship, people tend to focus on […]

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The current downturn in the economy caused by COVID19 is making a lot of people rethink their resume. It is making many people ask themselves these questions: What makes an executive resume “executive?” Is it the format? Is it the content? Or is it the personal marketing strategy? Executive resumes are different in all these […]

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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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Obviously, holiday office parties aren’t meant to be the minefields that they can sometimes be. They are intended as a way for employees to mingle, bound and share good times and memories of the passing year. They can also be great morale builders and can help create a rapport with customers (that is if you […]

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Even for people who have been in the job market for some time, it can sometimes be hard to gauge how well an interview has gone. That is why sometimes a person can get the feeling that an interview has gone quite well when in fact it did not. As one of the staffing agencies […]

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You’ve made it through your first interview for the position you are pursuing and now feel that you can breathe a sigh of relief. But wait! Don’t get too comfortable yet. The first interview that applicants undergo is often used by employers to select candidates who fill the basic requirements of the position. Hiring managers […]

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Executive Assistant – According to a 2013 study conducted by Millennial Branding and American Express, hiring executives highly favor skills such as the ability to prioritize work (87 percent), a positive attitude (86 percent) and teamwork skills (86 percent). What do these skills have in common? They are what are known as “soft skills.” Soft […]

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As difficult as it may be for some job applicants to believe, the dreaded background check helps both the employer and the potential employee. It protects the integrity of the hiring process and it ensures that each candidate is matched with the appropriate position. Additionally, background checks also help protect the reputation of staffing firms […]

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