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Some friendly competition at work is a good thing. It motivates us to better ourselves, helps us think creatively, and even increases our productivity. However, when you come across a very competitive coworker who seems to one-up everything you do, then it can get a little annoying and cause you to lose focus. Dealing with… Read more »

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In any workplace, conflict is inevitable. When multiple personalities, work ethics, and biases collide, it stirs up potential conflict. However, as the employer, it’s your job to prevent and handle conflict when it arises. If you want your business running like a well-oiled machine, then this is part of your maintenance to guarantee that your… Read more »

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No matter how much you prepare for an interview, there will be at least one or two questions that may be unexpected or completely off-the-wall. The best thing you can do is prepare for how you will handle the unexpected questions. When Answering Questions You Don’t Know the Answer Questions that you may not know… Read more »

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The best way to attract potential hires is through the job posting. When you work with our recruiters, we use your job description to give us insight on your expectations and needs, so we can find you the perfect candidate. Let’s work together to fill your needed position. Create a clear-cut job description to help… Read more »

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With the New Year, it’s important to establish resolutions to help us better ourselves. Whether it’s resolving to lose weight or improving your skills professionally, simply establishing those goals provides us with the motivational tool to accomplish them. If your resolution this year is to find a job, then you’ve come to the right place…. Read more »

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1) Do some basic research on the company or organization you are interviewing with. You should have some idea of the organization’s history, background, major successes, and products. All of this can be obtained by visiting their website, searching on Glassdoor, and doing a Google search. Bring a notepad to take notes. 2) Be prepared… Read more »

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By Don Charlton, written for HR Insights For most people, achievement is relative: they don’t think they’ve achieved something until they believe they’ve reached their potential. To feel truly successful in a new role, they need to have a clear picture of where they are—and where they can go. So if you want your new hires… Read more »