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What Does Employment vs. Employability Mean For Your Career?

Question for all the job-seekers out there: What is your endgame? What I mean is: Are you looking for a job, or are you ready to begin a career? (Note: If you are “just” looking for a job, there’s nothing wrong with that at all.) The reason I ask is, the way you approach your… Read more

HR Risk-Mitigation Rules

The difference between a successful company and a not-so-successful one often comes down to the company’s ability to avoid – or at least minimize – the amount of detrimental occurrences it encounters throughout its daily operations. While avoiding risks entirely is an expensive, resource-consuming undertaking (that may or may not be effective in the long… Read more

Three Changes You Can Make To Reduce Hiring Costs

It’s no secret that the process of new employees on board costs a good amount of time, money, and energy. From wading through a sea of resumes to interviewing and onboarding the best candidates, your company puts a lot into the hiring process every time it makes a new position available. But, there’s also the… Read more

5 Ways You Should Update Your Resume For A New Job Search

Your resume is one of the – if not the – first things a prospective employer will see when you submit an application for an open position. Of course, they’ll also be inundated with dozens, and perhaps hundreds, of other resumes at the same time. And they definitely don’t have time to read through every… Read more

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Why Candidate Pools Are Essential For Future Business Growth

There’s no guarantee your employees are going to stick around forever. In some cases – such as your low-performing workers – this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. But having a star employee hand in their two-week notice can be a bit shocking. If you’re not prepared, it can also leave you scrambling to quickly find… Read more

Leverage Your Skills To Find the Job That Fits Your Career Goals

It sounds pretty simple, doesn’t it? The whole reason you’ll end up getting a job in the first place is that you have the skills and abilities necessary to complete the tasks the position requires. And – if you’ve set goals for your career – you’ve likely worked on building skills that specifically relate to… Read more

How Can Your Company Benefit from Staying Agile?

You’ve likely heard the word “agile” been thrown around the business world in recent years to describe a company’s ability to adapt to changes in the industry seamlessly and without hesitation. And, with technology at the forefront of most (if not all) modern industries, a company’s ability to remain agile can often be the difference… Read more

How Does Networking Really Help Your Job Search?

Love it or hate it, networking is one of the most effective ways of finding new jobs and opportunities that will help further your career. Let’s take a look at some of the reasons this is so. Networking Keeps You Actively Searching By keeping yourself in a “networking” mindset at all times, you’ll always be… Read more

The Real Reason Why Thank-You Notes Are So Important

Most job seekers know after an interview, you’re supposed to send a thank-you letter to your interviewer. But the truth is: not everyone does. And, of those who do, not many of them do so sincerely. Of course, these individuals are usually the ones who, weeks later, are left wondering why they never heard back… Read more