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Investing in Your Employees Is the Best (and Cheapest) Way to Overcome the Skills Gap

Hiring managers and employers know how difficult it can be to recruit top industry talent. They spend great amounts of time and budget on seeking out employees who are able to make a difference in the long-term success of their company. While many employers are concerned with issues of skills gap in the marketplace, whether… Read More »

Why Your Temporary Jobs Must Be on Your Resume

Temporary jobs can have a bit of a bad reputation simply by their nature of being temporary. When updating your resume, don’t think for a minute that your temporary experience is any less worthy of including. Short-term contracts and temp work are an excellent way to expand your horizons, step into a new industry and… Read More »

Should You Let Your Employees Use Their Mobile Devices at Work?

Mobile phones are a staple to many professionals these days. They can be a powerful tool to connect employees with their work, their families, and their co-workers. But they can also be a distraction if used improperly. Therefore, you might be considering whether your company should allow mobile use in the workplace. Based on the… Read More »

Why You Can’t Lie in the Job Interview

It might be tempting to over emphasize or downright lie about your work experience in a resume or interview, but tread carefully. One lie inevitably turns into multiple lies and it’s impossible to cover up certain inexperience in the long term. Honesty truly is the best policy when it comes to job interviews. Here are… Read More »

Is Your Leave Policy In Writing? It Should Be

Every employer wants to provide its staff with the work-life balance that will boost morale and increase productivity. Offering various leave packages, including vacation and sick leave, is a great place to start. But there’s more to providing your team with a little rest and relaxation than just a number. Leave policies can be complicated,… Read More »

Get Your Cover Letter Noticed with These 4 Tips

Consider your cover letter to be your personal introduction to a company looking to connect with talented professionals. It is like a handshake and a first impression, all rolled in to one simple letter. With that in mind, do everything you can to make sure that your material is crisp, professional, free of errors, and… Read More »

What’s the Best Decision – Overtime of a Temporary Worker?

A new year can often bring new challenges in the workplace. Managing a heavy workload with potential staffing losses can be extremely difficult. If you are low on staff but heavy on work, frankly you’re not in a bad spot. But as a manager, you will need to evaluate whether it is time to start… Read More »

Make the First Impression You Want at Your New Job

First impressions are undeniably important, and your first day on the job is full of first impressions. You may be excited and nervous to jump in and learn the ropes, but you should consider your first day at work to be like an extension of the interview process. To ensure success in a new job,… Read More »

Do Your Employees Tell Leadership the Real Truth?

Wondering whether your team is as upfront with you as they should be? Are you noticing a hole in the chain of communication? If there’s a blind spot in your organization, it could be having a drastic negative impact on business. The good news is, you’re certainly not the only employer in this situation. The… Read More »

Take Your Personal Budget to the Next Level in 2016

It’s a brand new year, and this year you are going to take charge of your finances in a way you always hoped to be able to. With a new calendar comes fresh motivation to make positive changes, get organized, and help get 2016 off to a great start. If your personal budget has been… Read More »