Does Your Resume Need to Stay at One Page?

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We’ve all heard the line before, “Keep your resume to one page. Recruiters prefer it!” or “Anything more than one page is too long!” While each recruiter is different, there are some standard recruiting procedures our recruiters take when it comes to a resume and evaluating it for a potential job opening. How Many Pages… Read more »

Five C’s for Video Job Interviews

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Video job interviews have become a big thing in the industry as we’re moving toward getting to more candidates faster without having them come into our office, if it’s inconvenient for them. With any piece of new technology we adopt there’s always going to be common mistakes that happen. Even if you’re tech-savvy there’s always… Read more »

Message from our President: Take the first step!

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Things lead to other things. Jobs lead to other jobs. People lead to other people. Opportunities are created, they don’t just happen. Finding the perfect job or career path is obviously a very challenging aspect of life, but it’s something we all must face, and experience. We all need the essentials of life, and those… Read more »

Message from our President: The Economic Outlook

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Recently, several of our customers, friends, and prospective customers gathered together for a great lunch and learn at Maggianos and heard the latest news on the economic outlook from Dr. Tom Cunningham. We had a variety of talent from HR professionals, department heads, C suite’s, and more that gathered and shared ideas, challenges, and solutions…. Read more »

Crucial Information for a Resume

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We’ve shared a blog post before about the misconception of keeping your resume to one page. While a one page resume definitely saves some paper, but there’s no justice to your work history as a potential employee for a company. In the mist of designing and creating your new resume, whether you’re doing a one… Read more »

Understanding Company Culture

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Company culture is composed of actions and interactions in the workplace. Contrary to what some believe, it is not simply celebrating an employee birthday or an annual holiday party. While those things matter, an outstanding company culture exceeds these simple expectations and demands more. There must be a clear vision for your company’s culture first… Read more »

Communicating with Your Recruiter

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They always say, communication is key. While there are many ways to send messages nowadays, are you making sure your ways are top notch? Today we have tips for you on best practices when communicating with a recruiter regardless of the platform: email, text, social media. Be Prompt When you get that first initial line… Read more »

Understanding Competitive Pay Rates and Job Satisfaction

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Within the past months, superstores and fast food chains across the U.S. have increased their minimum payrate. You are no longer competing with companies in your industry as these chains are more likely to attract workers who value flexible hours if the pay is better than their current job. How badly do people want a… Read more »

Job Seeking? Find a Recruiter!

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We get it, finding that job is hard! Job searching is a task that we all dwell on, but know that we need to search when facing a career change or re-entering the workforce. To make the search easier, we recommend working with a recruiter! Better yet, with one of our recruiters. We want to… Read more »

Is Contract Work, Real Work?

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Contract work usually falls in line with a few keywords: flexible, temporary, and/or unstable. However, do we really understand the meaning of these words and what they mean for us when we’re looking for a job? While contract work is the core of our business, we know there’s a lot of misconceptions about it that… Read more »