Does Your Team Seem Burnt Out? Let’s Fix That

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To keep your employees focused and effective, it’s essential to meet their needs as well. Barking orders does not motivate everyone. Don’t forget – you want to see your people succeed. Your leadership style can directly impact whether your team stands out or burns out. Seeing your team burn out is tough, but there are […]

Why You Should Work With A Chicago Staffing Firm

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Job searching can come with some unwelcome surprises for the job seekers that contact you. Resume updates, fresh cover letters, and setting up interviews can be time-consuming and frustrating. Even worse, most of those carefully customized cover letters probably end up in the trash. Managers spend hours, days, even weeks assessing the right workers for […]

Want to Enjoy Going to Work?

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You spend almost half of your life at work, sometimes more if you’re pulling overtime hours. It’s not always easy to brush away the stress that comes with being in the wrong role. If you don’t enjoy going to work, first why are you there? Why are you in your current role? Is it just […]

Looking For A Job While You’re Still Employed? Read This.

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If you want to leave your current job in search of another industry, position, or company, we understand. Whether you’re struggling with a clash in leadership or you’re looking to focus your career on a different skill set, sometimes we feel trapped in our existing roles. Everyone has varying priorities they concentrate on during their […]

Do I Still Need a Cover Letter?

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Your parents used cover letters, your older siblings used cover letters, but should you? In a landscape of changing technology and new hiring techniques, it can be difficult to know what the right choice is to land you the job. You may see some postings that don’t require cover letters but wonder if you should […]

What Soft Skills Should You Look for In Candidates?

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When you hire someone, you want a professional who can handle the job at a technical level. But don’t forget to look for soft skills as well. Soft skills are the personal characteristics that enable a person to work effectively with others and efficiently complete their job duties. Soft skills make leadership and teamwork possible […]

5 Exercises You Can Do at Work

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Sitting all day at work is bad for your health. Even if you’re committed to eating right and hitting the gym, eight hours in a chair is a quick way to undo all that hard work. To access your healthiest self, embrace an active lifestyle throughout your entire day. If you don’t want to bring […]

What To Do If You’ve Hired The Wrong Person

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It happens. You think someone is perfect for the position, but when that person starts they aren’t as great as you thought. Whether it’s just not the right fit, or they don’t have the skills they advertised, it’s difficult to fit a square peg into a round hole. How can you remedy the situation? Whether […]

What Information Leads to the Best References?

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Picture this: you finally get a call from a recruiter after your interview. You waited weeks to hear back, and you’ve been patiently waiting for your phone to ring. You pick up the phone, and the caller has to inform you that you didn’t get the job. You hang up and all you can think […]