Work Going Too Fast Right Now? Here’s How to Excel, Anyway!

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Many people say they want to work in a fast-paced environment. Often, job seekers will say it because they think that’s what employers want to hear. But fast-paced can mean a lot of things, and sometimes it’s beyond what you expected once you get started. What happens if work is going too fast for you?… Read more »

How to Become a More Grateful (And Productive!) Professional

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It’s November and that means we’re focused once again on thankfulness. It’s normal, since Thanksgiving falls as the end of the month, to only recognize how gratitude plays into your life this one month a year. But what if you could use gratitude to become a better worker, more productive, and happier all year long?… Read more »

5 Managerial Skills to Showcase in a Leadership Job Search

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Companies often say they want leaders in their new positions. This is true whether the role is management or otherwise, since leadership skills are an indicator of success. So how can you showcase your managerial skills when you’re looking for a leadership role? And what are the top managerial skills employers are looking for? Before… Read more »

What Skills Do Call Center Managers Need?

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Are you considering the next stage of your career? If you’ve been working in customer service, becoming a call center manager can be a perfect step in the right direction. But what skills do you need to bring to the table to be a in-demand for employers? While you’re working on updating your resume and… Read more »

Should You Open Up This Can of Worms With Your Co-Workers?

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If you’re looking for a new job, who have you told? More importantly, who should you tell? Is this a conversation you should have with your co-workers, or should you keep your search personal and confidential? Professionals will give you all kinds of advice, but here is what we think about opening up this can… Read more »

Can You Work While You’re Back at School?

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You’ve decided to go back to school. It could be to learn a specific skill in the hopes that you will be more marketable after graduation. It may be to try something new entirely. Whatever your path, school is a great avenue to get where you want to go. But can you work while you’re… Read more »

Are You Looking for Michigan Jobs the Right Way?

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You know what you want and you’ve done a lot of work to get there. What happens next? Don’t make the common mistake of not putting your best foot forward. If you want to make sure you’re on the right track, you need to ask yourself if you’re tailoring your applications to Michigan jobs individually… Read more »

Five Questions People Are Too Embarrassed to Ask in Their Job Search

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Don’t you ever wonder why simple job search techniques aren’t taught in high school or college? There are so many things we’re just expected to know, but no one really tells you what they are. There are plenty of questions people are too embarrassed to ask, even those who have been on the job market… Read more »

Do You Have the Right Skills for Your Michigan Job?

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Are you looking for your next job in southeast Michigan? Do you know what you want? If you’ve started looking at open jobs in the area, you’ve noticed a lot of expectations from employers. If you can answer honestly that you have the skill set you need to match your ideal job, that’s great. If… Read more »

Not Getting Called for Interviews? Read This!

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When you’re looking for a job, everything seems urgent. You submit your resume, often dozens at a time, and wait for a response. But what happens when you don’t get the answers you want? Or when you don’t even hear back from potential employers requesting interviews? If you’re not getting the calls back you’re expecting,… Read more »