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What to Expect in the Future from Mobile Recruiting

Mobile recruiting is quickly becoming one of the fastest-growing recruiting strategies for businesses today. Why? Because mobile use and social networking are the perfect complement to each other. Smartphones are becoming the number one platform from which people access social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Therefore, that mobile technology is well on its… Read More »

How to Stay Current While Searching for Your Next Job

If you think that finding a job in a competitive market is like trying to hit a moving target, you’re right. There is a ton of online information and advice for job candidates no matter their fields, and frankly, it’s easy to get overwhelmed by all the various sources. Here are a few actionable tips… Read More »

Why You Need to Post Results on Your Resume

Your resume is, at its best, a snapshot of your career as a whole. While you could probably fill up your resume with pages and pages of elaborate descriptions of projects you have worked on, successes you have accomplished, lessons you have learned, and skills you have developed, the nature of the resume is brevity.… Read More »

A Culture of Safety Starts with Management

Establishing a corporate safety culture is simple if you know where to start. The top-down approach is a reliable method because when workers see that their leadership does not value or enforce their safety policy, mistakes are more likely to be made in the name of productivity. Workplace safety must be a priority for management… Read More »

How and When to Ask for a Promotion

It can be tough working a job when you know you should be paid more. Dead-end jobs are stressful, but rather than getting frustrated and leaving the company for greener pastures, consider talking with your employer first. Know you’re due for a promotion but don’t know how or when it is appropriate to ask for… Read More »

Be a Leader When You Aren’t in That Position

What is the number-one quality that employers are looking for in their best candidates? Leadership. Even positions that are not managerial in nature benefit from employees who are committed to providing leadership skills in the workplace. You may ask why you should be a leader if that isn’t your job. The truth is leadership isn’t… Read More »

Establish Trust With Your Job Candidates

The first and most important goal of an interviewer should always be to put your candidates at ease. As an employer, you know that you need to be able to trust your employees, and they in turn need to know they can trust you. That relationship of trust is built starting as soon as the… Read More »

Show Your Passion and Character to Get The Job

Today’s job market is undeniably competitive. Highly qualified people can find themselves coming up short when applying for top jobs in their market. It’s easy to get lost in the crowd. So how do you set yourself apart from a sea of equally qualified resumes? It’s simple really, share your passion and exemplify your character… Read More »

Nail That Phone Interview

Congrats! You have made it past the initial barriers to employment, namely the resume and cover letter. Now that you have gotten the attention of your potential employers, it’s time to seal the deal by acing that interview. But in order to help them weed out prospective candidate, a number of employers are using the… Read More »

Cities in the U.S.A. Making a Manufacturing Comeback

It’s true and you wouldn’t believe that a number of Great Lakes area cities make the list, including a number in Michigan.    The last few decades have been especially hard on industrial and manufacturing sectors all across the United States of America and nowhere harder than here in the Midwest. Millions of jobs have… Read More »