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RPC is still hiring

At RPC Company, we know many people have been economically impacted as jobs in areas like hospitality, restaurants, and travel are lost or furloughed as part of this crisis. We want you to know we welcome you on Team RPC until things return to normal and your past employer is able to bring you back…. Read more »

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Progressing up the career ladder generally upward requires moving from being a contributor to supervising a team of employees as direct reports. However, having years of experience in an industry or specialized technical expertise doesn’t mean you will automatically know how to manage people – it’s a completely new skill. But like any other skill,… Read more »

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RPC is still hiring

Job searching can be so challenging to navigate since you don’t have any definitive way of knowing why you didn’t land a job you interviewed for, let alone why you weren’t contacted in the first place after applying. However, there are some common reasons hiring managers put applications into the “No” pile and awareness is… Read more »

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Millennials, or the generation born in the 1980s to the mid-1990s, are now well-established in the workplace, so it’s time to focus on the newest age group entering the workforce: Generation Z. Commonly referred to as simply Gen Z, they were born between 1997 and 2012, meaning the oldest ones are now entry-level workers. And… Read more »

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job fairs at RPC

Spring into a new job! Stop by our open house every Monday and Wednesday this March to directly interview with recruiters. We are currently hiring for multiple Customer Service, Collections, Healthcare and Skilled Trades positions. Bring your resume and get ready for a fresh start to your spring. Every Monday and Wednesday at RPC’s Office… Read more »

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Whether you want to change jobs or completely switch careers, transferable skills are the key to getting hired. These are the types of skills that are universally relevant in the workplace, regardless of job title or industry. Check out in-demand transferrable skills and how to show them off effectively on a resume:   Examples of… Read more »

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Companies use warehouses to store their inventory of goods and materials, so there are many job opportunities across industries if you’re interested in working in a warehouse. Depending on the specific position, you may perform duties such as loading orders, updating inventory, preparing orders, and more. Land the job by preparing for a warehouse interview… Read more »

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Business expertise and strategy is crucial to being a successful leader, but soft skills are just as important. Soft skills are the personal traits that contribute to working well with others and being an asset to an organization, but which are most important for leadership? Learn more about the seven soft skills every leader should… Read more »

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Starting your first job in a call center can be a bit overwhelming, since it’s a lot of information to take in, along with a fast-paced environment. A major benefit of working in a call center, however, is that you get to help people, which can be greatly rewarding. Get off to a successful start… Read more »

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As veterans return from active duty and reenter the workforce, they often have to struggle with unemployment or underemployment, as their responsibilities in the military don’t necessarily appear to first glance to be relevant to many employers. However, if you don’t consider hiring veterans, you could be missing out – learn more about the traits… Read more »