3 Ways To Ensure Your Interviewer Remembers You

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When you’re up for a job and competing against other candidates with similar skills and work experience, standing out to hiring managers can be a challenge, especially since you’re most likely all being asked the same questions. Prevent getting lost in the shuffle with all of the other candidates – check out these three ways… Read more »

It’s 2020 – It’s Time To Show Your Boss You’re Ready For A Promotion

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Bosses don’t just hand out additional responsibility as a reward – you have to take the initiative and make it clear that you have earned it. Being skilled at your current role doesn’t necessarily mean that you will succeed at a higher level. Show your boss you’re ready for a promotion with these tips: Be… Read more »

Use These Questions To Wrap Up An Interview

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Interviewing candidates should be a strategic process from start to finish. Closing an interview tends just to be a matter of asking the candidate if they have any questions and then moving on. However, you could be missing out on the valuable opportunity to evaluate their qualifications further and gauge their continued interest if you… Read more »

4 Ways To Help Yourself Be More Productive Around The Holidays

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Whether it’s having to cover for colleagues taking time off or simply maintaining your motivation when it seems like there are so many other fun and festive things you could be doing,  it can be quite a struggle to focus on your work during the holiday season. Keep your professional reputation intact and prevent having… Read more »

Is Your Hiring Strategy Ready For 2020?

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The beginning of a new year is seen as a fresh start personally, but it also is professionally – it brings new hiring budgets, along with retirements and resignations that require finding replacements. Get your hiring off to a successful start by reevaluating what you’ve previously done and seeing if there is room for improvement… Read more »

Is December Really The Best Time To Get A New Job?

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There is a misconception that no employers hire in December, which leads many job seekers to put their search on hold until after the New Year. Although many hiring managers and other influential decision-makers indeed take time off during December, there is still work to be done – including hiring. The myth that December is… Read more »

How To Answer Job Interview Questions About Going Above and Beyond

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Job interviews are a way for hiring managers to separate the candidates who have the right resume qualifications and determine which one will be the most stellar employees. A common strategy hiring managers will use is to ask you about the times in which you did more than the standard requirements of your job in… Read more »

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 »

4 Valuable Skills Working In A Call Center Will Teach You

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When you work in a call center, you are constantly changing gears all day – one customer may require technical assistance that’s a quick and easy fix, while the next may have a complicated issue for you to handle and be extremely upset. It may be challenging work, but it pays off by building many… Read more »

3 Ways to Help an Employee Going Through a Hard Time

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Although most employees strive to conduct themselves professionally and keep their work and personal lives separate, there may be periods in which they go through hard times that make it impossible to do so. As a manager, you have the power to make the situation a bit less stressful for your employee, which along with… Read more »