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...
Remote Interview is No Time to Play it Casual

Remote Interview is No Time to Play it Casual

Savvy would-be employers are taking advantage of the new digital tools at their disposal such as conducting remote vs in-person interviews. The arrangement is not only convenient, but also a time saver for both the employer as well as the job seeking candidate. While...
“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”

“An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”

It can be difficult to respond to situations at work on-the-fly. The only cure to ease such situations is proper preparations, for as Benjamin Franklin once observed:  An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. – Benjamin Franklin   – Today’s...

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