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Congratulations on your new job! If you’re excited, that’s good. You want to show up full of energy and excitement. If you’re nervous, that’s understandable. While you probably met some of your colleagues, there will be many new faces and names to learn. You might also be confused about what to expect, scared at the… Read more »

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You hear time and again that you need to sell yourself in a job interview. One of the keys to doing so successfully is planning your pitch ahead of time. Consider these interview tips and tricks your 10-point plan to acing a job interview. Tip #1: Do Your Research Research the company and the interviewers…. Read more »

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Most of us want to be good employees, and most of us want to excel at our jobs. To be a successful employee and excel at work, though, is not simply a matter of being good at what you do. Being a successful employee also involves honing your professionalism and teamwork skills (not to mention… Read more »

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When I found myself unhappy after a few months at my first and began actively looking for a new role, I had a much clearer understanding of what I wanted and went about my job search process in totally different way than I had a few years earlier. This time around, I was looking to… Read more »

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Enlisting the assistance of corporate recruiters or agency recruiters are two main ways to fill positions. The two are very different, however, both fundamentally and operationally. To understand which best serves your company’s needs, you need to understand how they differ from each other. Here are eight key differences between corporate and agency recruiters! Corporate… Read more »

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LinkedIn is a powerful career development tool when you have a strategy for when and how to use it. To truly build and nurture your network, you need to interact with members on a daily or weekly basis. To make the most of the platform, there are important actions that you can take less frequently… Read more »

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The most common resume mistake is to fill a resume with so much meaningless jargon (“Results-oriented professional/Motivated self-starter/Proven track record of success”) that it’s almost impossible for the person reading your resume to determine what you’ve done in your career, or what you’re trying to do. If you stuff corporate-speak jargon into your resume in… Read more »

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Landing your next job isn’t going to be easy. But if you learn what human resource professionals are really looking for, you can beat the odds. Human resource professionals have a set of rules, written and unwritten, and the better you learn these rules, the better you can compete and land your next role. There’s a… Read more »

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Do you have a job interview on your schedule? There are a number of steps you can take before (and after) the interview to ensure that you make a terrific impression during the interview.   Below are tips on how to prepare for an interview. Advice includes how to research the job and company, how… Read more »