Stand Out at Your New Job With These 5 Easy Tips

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Being the new person at work comes with its challenges, and it’s easy to be overlooked. Here are some ways to stand out at your new job and earn the respect of your boss and co-workers. Be Confident The way you carry yourself will heavily impact the way others perceive you. If you’re confident, this… Read more »

The Importance of Following up With Candidates After Job Interviews

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Etiquette is a two-way street with job interviewing. A candidate should be on time, be prepared, act professionally and so on. But it’s equally important for a hiring manager to be respectful and follow up with candidates afterward, regardless if they’re being hired or not. Here are some reasons why. It Provides Closure Sitting around… Read more »

4 Ways to Integrate New Employees Into Your Company Culture

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A big part of effective onboarding is getting new hires integrated into your company culture. Doing so puts employees in a position to fit in and thrive. Here are some techniques to streamline this process as much as possible. Begin Onboarding in Advance The more new hires know before showing up the first day, the… Read more »

5 Tips for Becoming More Detail Oriented at Work

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Attention to detail is an important trait for workers to have and is highly sought-after by many employers. After all, detail-oriented workers are more likely to be careful, thorough, identify small intricacies and make fewer mistakes. Here are some tips for becoming more detail oriented at work. Understand Your Role First of all, it’s vital… Read more »

Is Your Team Burnt Out? Here’s How to Tell

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Employee burnout is becoming a major problem in the modern workplace. “A recent Gallup study of nearly 7,500 full-time employees found that 23 percent reported feeling burned out at work very often or always, while an additional 44 percent reported feeling burned out sometimes.” Here are some common signs that indicate burnout and show it’s… Read more »

Learn About the 7 Cs for Finding and Hiring Top Talent

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Recruiting talented employees who not only possess the right skill set but fit into your company is absolutely critical. Unfortunately, this is often easier said than done. Entrepreneur, investor and author, Alan Hall came up with seven specific categories employers should focus on when recruiting, which he calls “the seven Cs.” Let’s take a look… Read more »

Follow These Tips to Create a More Productive Work Environment

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A productive workplace offers several benefits including the ability to better meet deadlines, improve morale and increase revenue. Unfortunately, productivity has been on the decline in recent years, according to the US Bureau of Labor. Here are some tips to help you combat this problem and create a more productive work environment. Have Defined Values… Read more »

Immediately Grab a Recruiter’s Attention With These Resume Tips

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Most candidates probably assume recruiters don’t spend a lot of time looking at individual resumes. But it’s even less than you may think, at just a mere 7.4 seconds on average. Here are some ways to immediately grab a recruiter’s attention and get them to read through your resume. Use a Clear, Logical Flow A… Read more »