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 »

How to Tell When Your Job Isn’t a Good Fit

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Your work performance doesn’t solely rely on your skills, it also requires a significant amount of commitment and engagement. If you have the ability, but simply don’t care enough to go above and beyond, you won’t have the opportunity to grow professionally. Becoming disengaged occurs when a job isn’t a good fit. Determine the difference… Read more »

5 Everyday Lessons for Call Center Managers

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Call Center Managers

Call center managers perform a challenging and very pivotal role in an organization. Inadequate leadership in a call center can directly impact business in a negative way, as call center agents are at the front lines and can make or break customer satisfaction and their desire for future business. Learn how to keep your call… Read more »

Polish Your Approach to Customer Service Management

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In a contracting economy, consumers across every channel (B2B, B2C, etc) tighten their wallets and look for ways to reduce spending. This doesn’t just mean slashing budgets and saying no to potential purchases; it also means giving closer scrutiny to the value received for every dollar spent. It means holding vendors accountable, returning purchases that… Read more »

Make an Impression: Ask These Questions During Interviews

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Regardless of the specific position or industry, most job interviews follow a certain predictable rhythm: Introductory small talk gives way to the interviewer’s brief overview of the position, which is followed by a series of inquiries directed to the applicant. Eventually the conversation comes to an end, at which point the interviewer turns the tables… Read more »

Things You Need to Know About Every Candidate You Interview

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If you’re a recruiter, then it’s your responsibility to find out everything you can about a candidate’s skill sets and cultural aptitude before you present the candidate to the hiring manager. The more detail you offer, the better you support your client’s decision making process, and the more value you add to your role. Likewise,… Read more »

What do Men and Women Want from Prospective Employers?

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Business owners, hiring managers and HR pros are always looking for ways to polish their workplace images in order to attract the attention of the most promising candidates. We all want our workplace cultures to elevate us in the eyes of talented job seekers. So we publish targeted job postings, protect our company reputations, and… Read more »