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There are few moments in life where making a good impression is more important than during a job interview. If you’re preparing for an interview, how can you guarantee you will leave your interviewer with a positive impression? It’s not all about saying the right thing; your interviewer’s opinion depends much on what you DON’T… Read more »

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Recruiting new employees is not a job to take lightly. You’re not searching for the middle ground, someone who barely meets your needs. The ideal candidate not only meets your current expectations, they can help your business grow and succeed in the future. Don’t let them slip through your fingers! Here are some clues to… Read more »

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Almost nobody looks forward to performance reviews. Employees dread them, and even experienced managers are often baffled and uncomfortable with the process. Are you nervous about an upcoming performance review? Don’t be. With the right tools and the right attitude, your semi-annual review can actually work out in your favor. In fact, it might even… Read more »

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The job market is tough these days. Most job seekers will sit through many interviews before receiving a job offer. If you want to get off of the unemployed list – let alone land your dream job – you’re going to need to stand out from the competition. As one of the leading staffing and… Read more »

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Any manager who is serious about safety needs to be aware of fall hazards. To better educate workers about the danger of slips, trips, and falls, OSHA has developed a fall prevention campaign built around 3 steps: plan, provide, and train. We’ve already considered steps one and two. We’ve learned how to plan ahead and… Read more »

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Searching for a new job isn’t the same as it was just a few years ago. There are members of the workforce today who have never considered looking in the local paper for a job listing. Whether you’re looking at nationwide job postings, sticking to a local search, or using one of the temp agencies… Read more »