Nail Your Next Phone Interview

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While there was a time when phone interviews were nearly unheard of, the ever-evolving and expanding job climate throughout the United States has ushered in a large increase of telephone-based job interviews. Some phone interviews may serve only as an introductory consultation, while others may be used to make a final determination regarding your future… Read more »

Be Prepared for an OSHA Inspection

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OSHA inspections are never made on a friendly note. While their visit may result in a positive outcome in the end, such inspections are almost always prompted because of a worksite catastrophe, fatality or complaint. While there are referral inspections, random inspections and even follow-up inspections, these activities are typically kept at a minimum. Moreover,… Read more »

Writing a Resume for Skilled Trades Jobs

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Generally speaking, the term “skilled trades” typically refers to positions that require additional training, education and perhaps even previous on-the-job experience. A lot of jobs fall under this umbrella term, including many positions within the manufacturing sector. With that in mind, it’s important to craft a resume that’s not only relevant to the skilled trade… Read more »

Make the Transition Easy for College Graduates

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Transitioning from the college life to a career can be a daunting task for most recent graduates. Moreover, those who fail to make the transition successfully can cause a lot of harm to the productivity or reputation of their future employers. As such, employers that are actively recruiting new college graduates need to take every… Read more »