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Out Of The Box Job Search Tactics

October 31, 2011 in Career and Job Search Tips

 

What would you do to get the job you want? The following news stories come to mind about the lengths people will go to in order to get hired: Walking the city streets while wearing a sandwich board that lists your professional credentials; Renting billboard space to promote yourself; “Selling” yourself on eBay. While these […]

 

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How To Overcome Your Career Search Challenges

October 5, 2011 in Career and Job Search Tips

 

Is your career search moving forward, in neutral or going in reverse? Consider the following questions: How many hours do you spend on your job search each day? Have you set minimum daily standards for your search? Do you accomplish these standards each day? How many hiring authorities have you talked to? How many interviews […]

 

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Best Practices for Managing Food & Beverage Contract Employees

October 4, 2010 in HR Best Practices

 

If yours is like most forward-thinking food & beverage companies, you are integrating contract employees with direct staff to maximize resources and meet project objectives.  But are you getting the best results from your contract staff? To get the most from your contract personnel, you must understand their motivations and develop a culture in which […]

 

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The Worst Mistake You Can Make On Your Resume

September 27, 2010 in Career and Job Search Tips, Resume Tips

 

By, Karen Burns from USNews Fact: Job hunters obsess about resumes. Who wouldn’t? There’s so much to get right–functional versus chronological, objective statements (pro and con), key words, templates, references, font size, white space, action verbs, employment gaps, placement and style of bullets, typos, and whether to include hobbies (probably a “no” on that last […]

 

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Mistakes at Work: How to Handle Things the Right Way

September 20, 2010 in Career and Job Search Tips

 

Everybody makes mitsakes (oops, that should read “mistakes”). But while a blog typo may be easily forgiven, other mistakes on the job can have serious consequences – for you, your boss, or even the company as a whole.  And frankly, the way you handle your slip-up can be just as critical as the mistake itself. […]

 

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Job Seekers seeing low offers

July 6, 2010 in Career and Job Search Tips

 

An offer that might have been $100,000 a few years ago is now coming in at $85,000 or $90,000… what do you do? I recently read an article at marketwatch.com that described what we Recruiters at Kinsa Group have been witnessing.  With companies more worried about margins and profitability these days, many hiring managers are […]

 

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