How to Keep Your Staff Focused During March Madness

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March Madness is an exciting time of year! You’ve filled out your brackets, and your favorite team has never had such a good first round match-up. You’ll do whatever it takes to watch the big game. But it’s not so exciting if you’re a manager or a supervisor. You have goals to reach and quotas… Read more »

Don’t Leave Your Job Search Up to Luck

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Finding a new job that you love is no easy task. It’s nerve-racking, tedious, and stressful! It can be a really overwhelming process, but if you have the right mindset and strategy, it’ll pay off with a truly rewarding job. Working with a staffing company can help you create your own luck so you better… Read more »

How Your Long Commute Could be Affecting Your Health

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A long commute is not uncommon—some workers travel more than an hour each way to work, either on trains, buses or in cars. Despite how common they are, these long commutes can be damaging to your health. They’re stressful, reduce your sleep, increase your snacking, and limit your free time. It’s worth trying to keep… Read more »

4 Easy Ways to Keep Your Applicants Interested

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Hiring might be one of the most challenging tasks an employer has. It’s a delicate balance of finding the most talented candidates who will fit into your company culture and making the right offer. And if you don’t treat those candidates the right way, updating them throughout the process you risk losing them to a… Read more »

Focus of Georgia’s Job Interview Checklist

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It doesn’t matter who you are, job interviews are intense! Even if you’re extroverted and totally at ease with new people, the stress of having a possible job on the line takes the anxiety up a notch. Here are eight steps to prepare for your next job interview. Do some research Reread the job post…. Read more »

The One Surprising Step You Should Take to Find Your Next Opportunity

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So you need a new job! And you’ve taken all the right steps—you updated your resume, cleaned up your social media profiles, drafted a cover letter, alerted your network, and …now what? You’ve forgotten one important step. And it could be this step that’s the difference between finding the job of your dreams and settling… Read more »

Set Your Personal SMART Goals for the New Year

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It’s that time of year again, when you reflect on your personal and professional life, assess where you are, and figure out where you want to be at this time next year. By setting goals for your job and career, you’ll have something bigger than your daily tasks to strive for. Just as you’d never… Read more »

The Stress-Free Way to Deliver Performance Reviews

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Performance evaluations can be a stressful time for both employer and employees. These conversations are important, and as a manager, you probably look forward to them as they’re a chance to refocus, cease bad behaviors and incentivize the good ones. But, they can also yield some uncomfortable conversations and sometimes deliver bad news. Below are… 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 »

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 »