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We all have a working knowledge of the tried-and-true interview questions, the ones we dread and the ones we can prepare for. But what happens when an interviewer throws you a curve ball that you couldn’t possibly prepare for? If you’ve ever gone on a job interview, you probably know some of the most commonly… Read more »

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Let’s be honest, people like to hear they are doing a good job. So tell them when they are! This post will discuss positive reinforcement and employee recognition and how it can help a company’s overall bottom line. Want to keep your employees happy and productive? A simple solution exists: Tell them they’re doing a… Read more »

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Congratulations, you got your first interview with a new employer! Here you’ll read how to successfully plan for the interview to minimize nerves and maximize hiring potential. After networking/graduating/sending out countless resumes, you’ve finally made it: You landed a first interview with an employer. First of all, pat yourself on the back because even getting to… Read more »

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Excessive employee turnover is frustrating, but it’s also surprisingly expensive. By the time you add up the expenses associated with replacing an employee and the impact on productivity and morale, replacing a single employee can cost 15-20% of their annual salary. Take into account that the average business loses 10% of their workforce per year… Read more »