When jobs open up, companies like to advertise for new employees as quickly as possible in order to begin the hiring process without much of a delay. Job postings are published in newspapers, magazines, on bulletin boards, in online forums, with internet job sites and on social media sites. However, often these job postings are not fully […]
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What Should You Do When Preparing For An Interview?
An in-person job interview can be one of the most stressful events in a person’s career. The candidate’s performance will mean the difference between a job offer and continuing to search for a new job. Preparing for a job interview is important because candidates must know about the company, have answers prepared and know what […]
Should You Ever Hire An Overqualified Candidate?
Companies have plenty of decisions to make when choosing a candidate for an open job. One of those decisions is whether or not to hire an overqualified candidate. Some companies will say absolutely, while others will refuse to bring an overqualified candidate on as an employee and won’t back down from that sentiment. We will […]
Leaving Your Job? How To Resign Without Leaving A Bad Impression
Leaving a job for a new one can be both exciting and nerve wracking at the same time. On the one hand, you are thrilled about your new opportunity. On the other hand, you are worried that leaving your current job might burn a bridge or cause a bad impression. Here, we will discuss the best […]
How to Motivate Temporary Employees
Running a company that relies on a large percentage of temporary employees has its benefits. It can also have some risks. One of those risks involves employing temporary workers who are not 100 percent motivated to get the job done right or on-time. Why is this? Because temps know they are working on borrowed time. […]
Getting What You’re Worth? Salary Guide for Indiana Manufacturing Workers
How do you know what you are worth in the job market today? This can be tricky to figure out, but it can be done, especially for manufacturing workers in Indiana. Indiana is home to many companies that employ workers in the manufacturing field and the salaries are right in line with the national average […]
Job Hunting While Employed – Cover Your Tracks
The job market is tough out there. Even as small signs of recovery are appearing on distant horizons, companies are still reluctant to raise salaries, reduce hours, or hire new employees. This leaves a lot of people in the market for new jobs but unwilling to put their existing jobs at risk in the process. […]