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Technology is designed to make us more efficient. But if only that were the case with everything on the internet or our phones. In many cases, too many tools actually create bigger time-sucks in an otherwise productive day. So what can you do about it? If you think you need to be more productive, there… Read more »

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Jeffrey B. Recent college graduate with a Bachelors in Marketing and Minor in Finance Strong MS office abilities, specifically Excel Multiple internships which has given him a board view of organizational structures Results driven and highly motivated Katonya D. Benefits Administration – Responsible for bi-weekly oversight of HSA funding and reconciliation, arrears management and year… Read more »

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There has long been a concern among older adults regarding age discrimination in the workplace. For a while, it centered on the baby boomers as they climbed past 40 and 50. But today, the concept of ageism in the workplace affects the Generation X and, within a few years, will even affect the oldest millennials in… Read more »

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Recruiters often seen 100 resume or more per day. Trust us when we say we’ve seen it all; the good, the bad, and the ugly. Resume writing isn’t exactly intuitive, so it helps to have a second opinion before you submit the final documents. But before you do, take a look at what you have… Read more »

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Deondra P. Strong administrative support background and she excels in the professional environment. She also has recent experience in booking travel and supporting upper management Organized, quality-focused and efficient. Disa B. Recruiting professional with over 3 years full cycle recruiting experience Accustomed to handing high volume manufacturing and professional level recruiting Accustomed to managing ATS systems… Read more »

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Throughout your career, you will be working with a variety of different personality types. When you click with your co-workers, everything comes easier. You enjoy the time you spend with them. You value their opinion when you’re working on something. But what happens when your co-workers are difficult, and you find yourself wondering if this… Read more »

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When hiring for customer service roles, you look for the right combination of skills and personality. You make the offer, provide proper training, and your employees are off to the races. But is there more involved that just that? How do you keep your employees happy on the job candidates really want when they’re looking… Read more »

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On February 14, love is in the air. Remember being in elementary school where you brought in a Valentine’s card for everyone in your class? Maybe you decorated a shoebox to be your mailbox in the classroom. In high school, this tradition may have transitioned. Maybe you bought a flower for your boyfriend or girlfriend… Read more »

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We get it. Working in a data entry job can sometimes feel thankless and frustrating. But when your manager presents you with criticism about the work you’ve done, how are you supposed to react? It’s normal to be defensive, but it’s healthier to take a step back and learn to interpret and apply constructive criticism,… Read more »

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The job market in Southeast Michigan has evolved a great deal over the last decade. As our economy changed to be less dependent on the big-3 automakers, many companies had to reimagine themselves for the 21st century. So when is the right time to partner with a Michigan employment agency to help your organization find… Read more »