The Resume Objective – is It Dead?

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According to recent studies, hiring managers, recruiters and interviewers spend an average of six to 30 seconds reviewing each resume. Although some job seekers are under the impression that their two- or three-page resume is better than a shorter document, this simply isn’t true. Likewise, many job seekers begin their resume with a brief career… Read more »

The Worst Thing You Can Do to a Job Candidate

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For men and women alike, being ghosted on the first date is one of the worst feelings in the world. Not only does it leave them wondering what went wrong, but it also robs them of the opportunity to work on their shortcomings. However, according to 76 percent of the respondents in a recent survey,… Read more »

“What Do You Do in a Crisis” – How to Answer That in an Interview

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The standard job interview can be a stressful time. It doesn’t matter if you’re a workforce veteran or if you’re a first-time jobseeker – there’s always some anxiety to overcome. Some hiring managers try to soften the process with fun and creative questions, but one that almost always pops up is “What do you do… Read more »

How Does Hosting a Manufacturing Day Event Help Your Warehouse?

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To put it simply, Manufacturing Day highlights the best and brightest individuals, companies and breakthroughs in manufacturing. In a country that boasts well over 12 million jobs in manufacturing, it’s an informal holiday that can be celebrated by millions of workers every year. It’s also a great time for manufacturers to help strengthen their warehouse… Read more »