How To Protect Your Workforce From The Great Resignation

With people quitting their jobs in record numbers, many business owners are concerned about protecting their workforce from the Great Resignation. If you’re not familiar with the phenomenon, people are quitting in record numbers. The Department of Labor reported 4 million people quit their jobs in April. That number fell to 3.6 million in May and went…

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How To Keep Remote Employees Engaged

Even before the pandemic introduced us to the world of remote work, our company has been flexible with its employees about working remote when needed. The need for more remote work has grown since March 2020 and is likely here to stay. We even hired and onboarded a new employee during COVID and learned what…

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New World of Work: Working Remote

During the pandemic, many candidates have gotten a taste of working remote. Now many companies are trying to bring their employees back into the office – often the employees are not returning happily. Some candidates do not want to work remote, but we’re finding more candidates who will not even entertain a discussion unless the…

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What’s The Company’s Vaccination Policy?

This week a candidate asked me a question I’m sure we’ll be hearing a lot of in the near future: “What’s the company’s vaccination policy?” The client/company had not shared any requirements about a vaccination policy, but many major companies are now requiring vaccines. It’s a tricky subject and can be uncomfortable if the candidate…

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How To Become Better At Your Job

Improving your performance at work shouldn’t be something you only think about when your review is coming up. You should constantly seek ways to become better at your job. We’ve come up with 4 tips to help you. Get Organized. With the volume of texts, emails and everything else, it can be challening to stay…

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How To Answer the Question “Tell Me About Yourself”

Open-ended questions like “Tell me about yourself” are frequently asked at the beginning of interviews to get the conversation started. Other examples include “Walk me through your resume,” “Tell me something about yourself that’s not on your resume” and “How would you describe yourself?” Why Do Employers Ask This Question? These questions are common at…

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How To Create An Elevator Pitch

An elevator pitch is a quick synopsis of your background and experience. The reason it’s called an elevator pitch is because it should be short enough to present during a brief elevator ride. This speech is all about you: who you are, what you do, and what you want to do (if you’re job hunting).…

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How To Ask For A Promotion or Raise

At some point in your career, you likely have felt you earned a promotion or raise. Sometimes these feelings may have been what motivated you to leave for a different company. Here are some tips to help get you a a promotion or raise. 1. Be realisticBefore an employee can – or should – ask…

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What To Do When A Recruiter Reaches Out

Congrats! A recruiter reached out to you! Clearly, your resume, reputation, or LinkedIn profile spoke to them. Whether you are searching for a job or not, it’s nice to know your skills were recognized. Now you’ve read the message (or listened to the voicemail) from the recruiter, you have 4 important steps to take. Consider…

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