Job Seekers: Is It Time to Rebrand?

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The days of getting a job out of college and working at one or maybe two places until retirement are long gone, and for many job seekers, they left one career path (whether by choice or involuntarily) and began to seek a new one. You’ve worked in a certain field for a while, and for… Read more »

Spring Cleaning in the Office

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Spring cleaning is one of those chores that generally falls into two categories: Either you look forward to it with great enthusiasm and set aside an entire weekend to get it done, or you have every intention of “finally getting all that stuff out of the basement” and make a half-hearted attempt that sort of… Read more »

Overcome Your Interview Jitters!

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Remember the first interview you had? How you wanted to make sure you wore the right outfit, said the right things, had enough copies of your resume, got there on time…. Did you have a stomach filled with nervous knots, like many of us did (and do) before walking in? Have those worries and feelings… Read more »

Resume Summaries That Leave You on the Bottom of the Pile

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For something as short as a resume, it can take hours to craft just the right one. And yet, on average, most resumes don’t get more than ten seconds of perusal by the HR person reading them. When one position gets applications in the hundreds, you have to find a way to make that initial… Read more »

Do the Candidate’s Goals Align With Your Company? Four Questions to Ask

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As you interview candidates for a long-term position, you want to ensure that you hire someone who has clear long-term goals, preferably ones that align with your company’s. You don’t want to take the time to bring someone on who will simply use you as a jumping-off point, staying for a few months and then… Read more »