How to Spin Your Answer to This Job Interview Question You Know is Coming

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To best prepare for a job interview, you have to prepare for certain questions. You may have the answers down for “What’s your biggest weakness/strength”, but you also have to know that the most uncomfortable one will likely pop up: “How much did you make at your previous job?” You should know how to answer… Read more »

How a Mock Interview Can Get You Your Next Job

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If you want to do well on your next interview, go with the tried-and-true motto, “Be prepared.” And what better way to prepare than by doing a mock interview beforehand? The more you can make it like the real thing, the better you’ll do when the time comes. In order to best prepare, take these… Read more »

The Best Ways to Build Your Network

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“It’s not what you know; it’s who you know.” This common saying holds true in many respects for job hunting, and it makes sense — most people would rather hire someone they know or someone whom a mutual acquaintance can vouch for. In fact, it’s how the majority of hiring occurs. And at a time… Read more »

These Commonplace Compliance Mistakes Will Cost You

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Everyone bends the rules sometimes, right? As a company, you cannot afford – in any sense of the word – to take this sort of attitude toward certain areas of compliance. Read on to find out about common compliance mistakes that you can easily avoid when filling out the OSHA form – because not doing… Read more »

Are your Interns Ready to Become Employees?

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You always want the best people for your team, and you may have just what you need waiting in the wings if you have successful interns. So how do you know which interns to hire and which ones to simply thank for their time? Use the following criteria to help you decide. They’ve significantly contributed… Read more »

Why Candidates Should Receive a Rejection Letter

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The long interview process has ended and you’ve finally chosen your candidate from among the many. Next step, onboarding the new hire and making the transition as seamless as possible–but what about the finalists you didn’t choose? Do you really need to do anything more with them? Yes. From a candidate’s perspective, they may have… Read more »

Why an Ongoing Recruitment Strategy Is Vital for Success

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When considering a recruitment strategy, take a cue from the Boy Scouts: Be prepared. Employers who have a constant flow of recruits – rather than simply starting to look when an opening pops up – will always have quality candidates at the ready. Let’s look at some of the “hows” and the “whys” of an… Read more »

How to Diffuse Workplace Negativity Before It Escalates

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Employers want their offices to act as well-oiled machines with everyone getting along – or at least having disagreements that lead to greater understanding of each others’ positions. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen – and when the negative vibes go unchecked, they can poison the entire workplace. So here are some suggestions on how to… Read more »