Secrets To Being an Exceptional Temp and Snagging The Job!

Secrets To Being an Exceptional Temp and Snagging The Job!

Today, as millions of men and women head to their temporary work assignments, they do so for many reasons. Some for purely financial necessity, others because they’re in between permanent jobs, more in order to gain experience, and others who may be trying to jump...
Landing a Job Can Be Like a Broadway Production

Landing a Job Can Be Like a Broadway Production

Identifying a job to landing the position is a major production if done properly. Very rarely is one given a career opportunity without putting in the work and effort to attain it. The art of getting hired is similar to a Broadway production. Whether you are a...
Having a Good Work Ethic Will Always Pay Off

Having a Good Work Ethic Will Always Pay Off

Whether you are the smartest worker in the office, or a less talented one, having a good work ethic may mean the different between who stays and who gets laid off, or who gets a promotion and who continues toiling away in their same cubicle. How can you tell if...
Fake News in The Workplace?

Fake News in The Workplace?

Fake news doesn’t belong anywhere near the workplace. But neither do inflated credentials or highly exaggerated resumes. With so much information on the Internet, potential job seekers can easily find many tips, advice and resume templates to help them land a job....
Beware! Your Social Media Activity Can be a Big Job Killer

Beware! Your Social Media Activity Can be a Big Job Killer

Anytime someone posts anything on the Internet they should be prepared to live with the consequences for years. Since the rise of Social Media, millions have enjoyed posting and tweeting and showcasing other items with little thought about any potential repercussions....
Listening and Staying Engaged Key to Successful Phone Screen

Listening and Staying Engaged Key to Successful Phone Screen

Rather than meet eligible candidates, often times employers will arrange phone screenings in lieu of an in-person interview. Outside of not being able to make eye contact, potential supervisors and bosses still expect the same type of crisp, articulate responses and...

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