How Do You Know If You Are Undervalued at Your Job?

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One of the biggest factors in job satisfaction is how valued you feel by your employer. It’s demoralizing to work hard and to not have that effort noticed or rewarded at all. Since being undervalued can lead to stress and burnout, not to mention prevent you from progressing in your career, it’s important for your… Read more »

5 Ways to Improve and Optimize Your Job Search Efforts

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The most successful job seekers are the ones who take action and approach their search with strategy.  If you want to land a job, you can’t just passively submit applications and hope for the best. With so many other job seekers competing for open positions, taking the time to be intentional and efficient with your… Read more »

The Signs of Micromanaging and How to Stop Them

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Micromanaging has so many negative impacts: on productivity, morale, and retention, just to name a few. And yet, it is one of the most common issues managers struggle with, and many times they are not aware of it. Learn more about the signs of being a micromanager, and if you’re guilty of it, how you… Read more »

The Surprising Way to Reduce Employee Attrition

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Employee attrition is to be expected as a normal part of doing business, but if employees are leaving at a higher rate than you like, it may be time to take a look inward. Keeping employees satisfied and committed to your organization isn’t necessarily about high salaries or fancy perks – it’s often about this… Read more »

How to Find a Manufacturing Job Without Prior Experience

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Manufacturing jobs are on the rise, with 264,000 new positions added in 2018, according to a report from the National Association of Manufacturers. Employers are facing a shortage of workers to keep up with the demand, so if you’re looking to get into a new field, you may find a favorable outlook in the field…. Read more »

4 Better Ways You Can Communicate With Your Customers

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In the customer service field, nothing is more important than effective communication. When you’re managing a call center, communication can have its challenges since there are no visual cues to guide the conversation. Ensure your call center is providing the best service possible – check out these four better ways you can communicate with your… Read more »

5 Employment Trends You’ll See This Year

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The employment market is constantly changing, and for your organization to remain competitive with attracting and retaining top talent, it’s crucial to keep on top of projected trends as you determine your strategic initiatives. Prepare to make 2019 a success! Check out these five employment trends you’ll see this year: Continued Low Unemployment Rates 2019… Read more »

RPC’s Job Interview Checklist

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Once you’ve finally made it to the point in your job search progress where your hard work is paying off and interview offers are coming your way, the pressure is on. You can alleviate some of your pre-interview jitters by being as prepared as possible and feeling more in control. Ace your interview by reviewing… Read more »

Why Are Jobs in Customer Service So Rewarding?

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Since most companies across industries deal with customers, there are many opportunities for working in customer service. But it’s not just the demand for customer service representatives that makes it an appealing field to pursue – If you’re someone who wants their work to feel personally fulfilling, it may be the field for you. Learn… Read more »

Why Exaggerating on Your Resume Isn’t Worth It in the End

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When you come across a job description that sounds like something you could do, but realize your resume doesn’t have the necessary qualifications, you may consider tweaking your resume to make you sound like a better match on paper. It may feel like “no big deal,” but it could have disastrous professional results. Learn more… Read more »