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Resume Tips

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Is your resume keeping you from landing a good job? Recruiters and Hiring Managers are constantly sorting through resumes. Many resumes will be passed up right away; not all will be from candidates who are not qualified. Having an unprofessional resume could be hurting your chances of landing the position of your dreams. If you… Read more »

Accomplish more at work!

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Monotonous? Repetitive? Tedious? Are these words that you would use to describe your job? Viewing your job as a place to fill time can quickly turn work into drudgery. Because most jobs require a minimum amount of time that is spent on site each day, it is up to you to fill that time in… Read more »

Tips for your next phone interview

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Phone interviews are becoming more and more commonly used as a way to determine if a candidate is someone who should be scheduled for an interview in person.  One of the biggest difficulties to a phone interview is that you can’t read the facial expressions or body language of the person interviewing you, and likewise,… Read more »

Why you haven’t had a second interview

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Wondering why you haven’t gotten the second interview? It’s always exciting when you send a resume and you receive a call from the company to come in for an interview.  The first interview is usually the most intimidating and you’ll have many options to consider as you prepare.  You’ll have to decide what to wear,… Read more »

E-mail Caution

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E-mail Caution! Haste makes waste!  When you send out a “quick” e-mail make sure you take a second look. Poorly written e-mails can reflect badly on you and on your company.  Be sure to make a good impression by observing a few common sense rules.  Re-read your e-mail before you send it, make sure it… Read more »

Career Success

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You know the old saying, “when the going gets tough, the tough become successful”?   Okay, well that may not be the exact saying but nonetheless it’s true. Even though our economy has hit a few rough patches the past year or two, some people continue to be extremely successful.  So how can you mirror that… Read more »

Q/A Hiring a good fit

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Q: Everyone in my department currently gets along well. I need to hire an additional person; how can I ensure that I do not hire someone who will have a personality conflict with my other employees? A: No matter if you work in a small company or a large firm, chances are you have had… Read more »

Build Trust

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Trust is essential when building a healthy and productive work environment. Whether you’re leading an entire department or work hand-in-hand with a just a few coworkers, it’s important to build trusting relationships. Here are several tips to help build trust with both your coworkers and your superiors: Be honest and share information completely. Be straightforward and… Read more »

Star Candidates June/July 2014

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June/July 2014 Account Manager/New Business Development Candidate #109136 is a highly accomplished, personable sales professional with a proven gift for business to business sales.   She is adept in managing and building strong business relationships to maximize growth and profitability. This dedicated worker is known for her development of new innovative programs and strategies that have… Read more »

Q/A Interview Questions

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Q: What questions can I ask in an interview that will help me find a candidate that fits well both in personality and skills? A: I have been a recruiter for over 25 years, so many years that I sometimes try to convince people that I started when I was four! One of my main… Read more »