The Body Language Mistakes Hurting Your Job Interview

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For some, the job-hunting process ends when you finally receive a callback on your resume. While this attitude is perfectly fine for entry-level job seekers and those who are new to the workforce, those who experience the must success know that this is just the beginning. If it’s your resume that gets your foot in… Read more »

When Do You Take a Temp-to-Hire Job?

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Many of us are perfectly content with the world of temporary employment. There is a lot of freedom and flexibility associated with these roles. However, others use the temporary job sector as a means to secure full-time employment. A number of reasons show why temp-to-hire jobs make the perfect launch pad. 1. Exploring a Different… Read more »

3 Ways to Set Up a Rideshare Program for Your Employees

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Employers who embrace the idea of the rideshare program are setting themselves up in a win-win situation. Not only will the program benefit your company in the way of lower employee turnover, greater team morale and increased productivity, but your staff members will benefit from reduced fuel expenses and, in some cases, lower insurance premiums…. Read more »

Need a Referral in 2017? Here’s How You Get One

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While some job seekers prefer the traditional method of applying to classified ads and undergoing interviews all on their own, others see great benefit in the referral process. After all, receiving a job referral from a trusted peer all but guarantees the reputation and integrity of your potential new employer. Moreover, depending on who is… Read more »

Does Your Workplace Need a Mobile Device Policy?

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The widespread consumer adoption of mobile technology is a double-edged sword. On one hand, the world is now more connected and informed than ever before. In fact, well over 6 billion individuals currently hold an active cell phone plan. Despite its usefulness, there are some drawbacks. The risk of leaking personal or sensitive information and… Read more »