Get Better at Delegating Without Micromanaging

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Micromanaging may seem like a positive thing from a managerial perspective, but it can actually be seriously detrimental to your team and company. Shift away from this nasty habit and work on trusting your team and creating processes that truly work. Trust the process Processes and employees are in place for a reason. When you… Read more »

How Collaborating With Your Recruiter Will Lead to a Perfect Hire

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When it comes to your relationship with your recruiters, it’s important to remember that the more time you spend helping your recruiter, the more apt they will be to find the right candidate for your opening. So how do you help your recruiter help you? Where to look Let’s say you are a hiring manager… Read more »

Time to Move On? How to Quit Your Job the Right Way

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Quitting your job is a process – one that, if not done correctly, can tarnish your reputation and leave you with one less usable reference. Follow these steps and quit your job without burning any bridges. Be sure The last thing you want to do is put yourself in the same situation you just left…. Read more »

Ten Things That Will Spruce Up Your LinkedIn Profile

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Not only does a presence on LinkedIn help build credibility, but some applications require it. You can turn this extra burden into a great resource for your job hunt. In just 10 easy steps, you can perfect your LinkedIn profile and boost your hire-ability. Targeted Headline Your headline will be your first impression for any… Read more »

Ace Every Interview By Asking These Three Questions

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Interviews are nerve-racking. You have one shot to impress the hiring manager and you don’t want to mess it up. This is why it is so important to be proactive and ask questions during an interview. This will not only help you dictate how the interview goes but it also shows the interviewer that you… Read more »