Still Hiring – RPC Company’s COVID-19 Response

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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 »

What are Transferable Skills and How Do You Show Them Off on a Resume?

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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 »

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 »

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 »

Are You Asking the Appropriate Questions in Your Interview?

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Making a positive impression during your job interview isn’t just about how you answer the questions from the hiring manager – the quality of the questions you ask matters too. Relevant, thoughtful questions demonstrate your professionalism and level of enthusiasm for the opportunity. Ensure you are asking the appropriate questions in your interview by considering… Read more »

How to Choose References that Will Help You Get the Job

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The quality of your references can make or break your job search success. Many hiring managers have abruptly changed their minds about their top choice candidates and took them out of the running because of the information they received during the reference check. Choose the right references when you are job searching with these five… Read more »

6 Tips to Become a Better Warehouse Manager

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Being a warehouse managers requires juggling quite a few extra tasks that managers in other industries don’t face. In addition to training and monitoring employees, you also have to systematically store and assess inventory, along with tracking and fulfilling client orders. Without a time management and workflow process put carefully in place, warehouses can quickly… Read more »

3 Easy Ways to Slow Down When Talking on the Phone

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Effective communication over the phone requires a bit more attention than in-person or via email/text since you can’t read the other person’s facial cues or review what you’ve written. A common issue many people have on the phone is talking too fast. If you talk too fast, it can make it difficult for people to… Read more »

This is Your Year! Break These 4 Bad Job Searching Habits Today!

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Even the most qualified candidates may hurt their chances of landing jobs without realizing it. Job searching is a skill like any other that requires research and practice to hone. Ensure your effort pays off by avoiding common job search mistakes – here are four bad job searching habits you need to break today: Not… Read more »

Don’t Let Your Job Search Be Scary!

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Looking for a new job can cause anxiety for many people, from the fear of change, being rejected, or just not succeeding. However, your job search doesn’t have to be scary if you empower yourself by taking the time to prepare a strategy. Take the fear out of your job search and feel more confident… Read more »