3 Big (And Common!) Resume Blunders

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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 »

Your Customer Service Experience Can Help You Land a Better Job

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Do you have a background in customer service and are uncertain how you can land your next job? There are customer service aspects in all kinds of jobs. Customer service experience is an essential and transferable that enhances your professional profile. All you need to do is learn how to leverage your background, whether it’s… Read more »

Hiring? You Need to Start Considering This Factor…

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There are a lot of moving parts to the hiring process. Most of us think about it in terms of what a candidate can do for our companies, but there is wisdom in considering the needs of the candidate. Candidate care is becoming a major motivating factor for many job seekers, and recruiters and hiring… Read more »

3 Things You Should Never Say in a Human Resources Interview

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For any job, including human resources, you need to nail an interview to land the position. The stakes may be even higher in HR jobs because part of your role can potentially be interviewing yourself. You must understand what to ask and, more importantly, what not to ask in an interview either as a candidate… Read more »

Don’t Ask These Questions in Your Data Entry Job Interview

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You’re preparing for your next data entry job interview. You know you need to ask some questions of the interviewer to let them know you’re interested and severe. There are a lot of things you can ask, like how they measure success in their department and what the company culture is like. But there are… 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 Is Your Michigan Employee Experience Like?

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Your employees are the single most important investment your company will ever make. Have you taken some time to consider the employee experience for your Michigan workers? If not, now may be a good time to consider how your employees like their job, how they talk about it to others, and what benefits they get… 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 »