4 Things Your Resume Doesn’t Have That Your LinkedIn Profile Should

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Don’t just copy and paste your resume into your LinkedIn profile and call it good. You may standout on LinkedIn, but not in a good way. Your profile will come off like a resume – short, boring and focused on the past. Your LinkedIn profile does not operate by the same limitations resumes do in… Read more »

The Best Way to Negotiate to Get the Salary You Want

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We are seeing a shift in the job world, where employees are gaining confidence and daring to be different than generations prior. No longer do workers have to sit around waiting for a raise or better opportunity to come up. Instead, workers are negotiating for a better salary and getting it! Employers are starting to… Read more »

How Much Employee History Should You List On Your Resume?

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Resume best practices used to be simple. Put your contact information, schooling, work experience and a few references and that’s it. Now crafting the perfect resume takes much more finesse. As the competitiveness of the job market continues to increase, recruiters are busier than ever. As a modern job seeker now has to take into… Read more »

Why You Should Ask Interviewees These Curveball Questions

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Leading a great interview is not about asking a bunch of tricky interview questions. It’s OK to see how well candidates think on their feet or handle themselves in an awkward moment, but asking loaded questions with a negative connotation such as, “What’s the biggest mistake you’ve made in the office?” or “What do you… Read more »

Our Guide To Dressing For Success At Your Interview

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Dressing up for an interview can be quite stressful. Some Atlanta accounting firms require both men and women to wear a full suit to work every day, while others are much more lenient. However, even if your Atlanta coding job allowed you to show up to work in shorts and flip flops, your interview is… Read more »

4 Ways to Wow a Recruiter Every Time

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Remember the days when the best tips for finding a job were: Spell everything right on your resume, have great references and give the interviewer a firm handshake? Nowadays you’re lucky if you can get the attention of recruiters, let alone be invited to an interview. Standing out in the application process is becoming a… Read more »

Avoid These Common Job Search Mistakes and End Your Dry Spell

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Looking for jobs can take a toll on any jobseeker. You scour job boards, fine-tune your resume, write a stunning cover letter, speak with someone at the company and alas, no offer. You’re following all the expert to-dos about how to job search like a pro, and it isn’t enough. Perhaps it’s time to look… Read more »

How to Manage Employees Who Get Under Your Skin

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Have you personally liked and admired every person you have worked with and for? Chances are, you haven’t! It’s perfectly natural. We’re all unique, and our personalities will conflict with colleagues and managers throughout our whole careers. However, it poses a unique challenge when you manage someone you don’t like. How can you lead, coach,… Read more »

Myths About Millennials: How to Work Well With Generation Y

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The internet is swirling with tips and tricks for managing millennials, collaborating with Millennials, and generally getting along with Generation Y. Many articles are getting it VERY wrong. This group of people – born between 1981 and 2002 – are unique from their Generation X or baby boomer parents and it shows. You have probably… Read more »

What to Say to the Customer Service Candidate You Didn’t Choose

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As you wrap up the interview process and your top customer service candidate accepts your offer, there is one final step to take in the interview process. If you’ve done your job well in the resume screening process, you should only have interviewed a handful of great candidates. Those candidates that weren’t chosen deserve to… Read more »