Does Your Hiring Manager Know How to Interview Effectively?

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For companies looking to hire the very best recruits, the job interview is an essential part of the vetting process. But the quality of interview is entirely dependent on the quality of the interviewer. If a hiring manager is not adequately prepared, or asking the wrong questions, companies won’t get an accurate evaluation of the… Read more »


The Easiest Way to Make a Great First Impression at a New Job

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Starting a new job is exciting, but heading into your workplace the first time can also be a nerve-racking experience. After all, you are going to meet a lot of new people and you probably want to make the best first impression possible with each and every one. Luckily, there is something you can do… Read more »


3 Ways to Recruit the Best Tech Employee You’ve Ever Hired

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When you are preparing to hire a new tech employee, you want to make sure you select the best candidate possible. While information on their resumes and the details you gathered during the interviews can provide you with a solid starting point, they may not be enough to separate the suitable job seekers from those… Read more »


How is the Gig Economy Affecting Your Clients Perception of Price?

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The gig economy has affected the business world in a number of ways. While access to highly skilled professionals who are especially interested in short-term opportunities has been a boon on the hiring front, it has also shifted how clients view the pricing for various goods and services. Certain gig-oriented platforms have allowed companies to… Read more »


How to Navigate the Challenges of Being a First-Time Manager

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Making the transition to management can be exciting, but it is also fraught with challenges you may not have encountered before. Typically, the skills and experience that allowed you to advance to this level aren’t the ones you will rely on going forward as you won’t be participating in the daily activities that were once… Read more »


How to Move Forward When Your Great Idea was Rejected

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It happens to everyone; you think your idea is spectacular but, when you present it, you are caught off guard when it’s shot down. Generally, your first instinct is to try and recover from the incident, possibly by downplaying how great you thought the suggestion was, acting like you have a sudden commitment that needs… Read more »


The Strategic Way to Improve Customer Satisfaction

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In today’s digital world, a single misstep with a customer can become infamous, traveling across social media at shocking speeds. Similarly, a great moment can also go viral, showing the world that you truly focus on customer satisfaction. Often, truly gauging how our customers feel about your product or service is challenging, even with the… Read more »


IT Leaders: Maybe It’s Time to Start Being Lazy

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While it may seem counterintuitive, being “lazy” can actually be beneficial, at least, when it comes to doling out advice. Many leaders focus on being the person with all of the answers, but jumping in and offering insight might actually harm your employees, and productivity, over the long-term. Here are a few reasons why embracing… Read more »


Sure, You’re a Great Boss … But How Do You Become a Great Leader?

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Becoming a great boss is no small feat. Often, it means knowing how to give effective and actionable feedback, how to delegate tasks and coordinate team efforts, and even guide the development of staff members. But, simply being a reliable boss doesn’t mean your workers view you as an exceptional leader. Often, there’s more to… Read more »


Why a Staffing Firm is the Right Choice for Your Career

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Some job seekers question the value of working with a recruitment agency. Often, they feel as though they should be able to locate a new opportunity on their own, so they hesitate to enlist assistance from any other source. But, by choosing not to work with these companies, you could be missing out. To help… Read more »