3 Ways to Say Thank You to Your Employees This Season

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The holiday season is a time to give and show you care. You’ve probably already thought about gifts for your friends and family, but don’t overlook your employees. Showing your employees you care is more than just being nice, it’s good for the health of your business. When your employees feel appreciated and valued, they’re… Read more »

What Employers Want to See in Their Next Accounts Payable Clerk

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An accounts payable clerk is a crucial piece of any organization. They complete payments and control a company’s expenses by receiving, processing, verifying, and reconciling invoices. Any company looking to hire a new clerk is going to be extra careful, making sure they hire the most qualified and talented person for the job. Here’s what… Read more »

Yes, You Can Be Too Eager in a Job Interview

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You don’t want to seem too eager in a job interview. It’s like dating—if you’re seeing someone who calls too much, texts all day long, and wants to see you all the time, it usually ends up being a turn-off. And the same is true in a job interview. If you’re too eager, you risk… Read more »

Improve Your Speaking Techniques to Become a Better Leader

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A good leader needs to speak and speak effectively. Whether it’s in small team meetings, large presentations, or one-on-one meetings, leaders will speak every single day. And you can’t simply lecture to your employees, you have to influence them and motivate them to act in the best interest of your company. Here are some tips… Read more »

How to Make Even the Most Boring Career Story Exciting in an Interview

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Your career story is the tale of how you got to where you are today, your aspirations and interest in a next career move, and how well suited you are for the job you’re applying for. And if you tell it right, you’ll have your interviewers fully engaged, on the edges of their seats, excited… Read more »

What Experienced Managers Wished They Knew As First-Time Managers

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There’s a lot to consider once you achieve management status. Not only are you thinking about staying under budget and coordinating schedules, but also developing talent and managing personalities. It can be stressful, and if you’ve never been in a management position before, the learning curve is steep—there’s a lot at risk, but it will… Read more »

5 Skills You Must Develop to Get Any Job You Want

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The future of the workforce looks much different than it did even just five years ago. Technology is evolving, replacing some jobs and vastly changing the look of others. If you want to remain a relevant contributor to the workforce and make sure you’re always sought after by employers, you must evolve with it. Here… Read more »

Want to Impress Your Interviewer? Do This One Thing

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You may have noticed that a job interview can feel a bit like a first date: Both parties are sitting down to find out if a long-term relationship is in the cards. And like a first date, your natural inclination is to try to impress the other person. However, it’s important in both situations that… Read more »

6 Ways to Identify the Perfect Candidate From Your Talent Pool

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Hiring personnel are in a constant battle to locate the best person for a job, and too often discover they have made a bad hire. Alas, there’s no perfect formula for hiring a new employee. There are, however, common approaches to picking the ideal candidate out of a group of applicants. Some techniques involve targeted… Read more »

4 Career Tips You Haven’t Heard Before

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If you read as many blogs and articles on career advice as us, you’ve probably read a lot of the same things over and over. Research your potential employer. Prepare anecdotes that show off your skills. Have a trusted friend proofread your resume. Send a thank-you note after an interview. While these tips are extremely… Read more »