Red Flags to Look for in a Job Description

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Oh, the complications of searching for a new job in 2021. The current job market is a challenge for employers but especially for job seekers. Standards are changing from week to week, and with some aspects of work still being conducted remotely, it can really be hard to get a “feel” for what you’re walking […]

How to Make Your Job Screening Process More Cost-Effective

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In the light industrial and warehouse world, turnover is not a secret. It happens! Maintaining a strong crew is challenging when your solid workers are frequently advancing into more skilled roles. The best way to help your bottom line is to hire and onboard quickly and efficiently. Here are our best ways to streamlining your […]

Hard Truths About Moving Up the Ladder at Work

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  Looking to move up the ladder at work? Make sure you are aware of the hard truths about a career escalation. If you’ve recently taken a promotion or are considering your next step, here’s what you need to keep in mind.   Co-Workers Don’t Have to Be Friends You’ll learn, hopefully not the hard […]

How to Move Up the Ladder in the Manufacturing Industry This Year

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Your career journey in the manufacturing industry isn’t always a straight line – don’t be afraid to make different moves, especially if you aren’t currently employed. Here are the top steps for finding growth in your manufacturing career this year.   Education Higher education is a great way to guarantee career elevation in the manufacturing […]

2020 Lessons To Learn From to Make 2021 Successful

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2020: A year unlike any other. Managing a sudden transition to remote work, or trying to keep your essential employees’ safe while on the job, has been a critical shift for even the most successful leaders across the country. If you’ve been able to retain your staff and stay productive, you’re incredibly lucky. If you […]

This is What Employers Are Looking for in Their Employees in 2021

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You deserve a great job. You’ve worked hard to find a new position. But you want your skills to be valued. You may be feeling like you are missing desirable skills or being passed over by employers. So flip your perspective: managers are looking for workers. But what traits should those workers have? In the […]

8 Questions You Should be Asking Employers Post-COVID

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Searching for a job in this market presents new challenges. If you’re looking for ways to navigate this new terrain, our tips will help. These are the questions that candidates should be asking every employer they are interviewing with during the pandemic. 1. Interview Sequencing Is this the first of a few interviews? Knowing their […]

How to Ensure a New Hire’s Success in the First Few Months

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The onboarding process is critical for both managers and new hires. As a manager, you want to make a favorable impression of your company, give your new employee the tools they need to succeed on the job and make a long-term effort to retain this staff member. For a new worker, they’re looking to absorb […]

Brush Up on These Soft Skills Before the End of the Year

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Before the year is out, you’ll want to reflect on how you can be an ideal candidate. Job seekers often feel stuck in a busy job market when they cannot stand out. You may have the right education and work experience, but a convincing interview is integral to making a positive impression on a potential […]

Virtual Hiring is Here to Stay: Get It Right With These Tips

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Due to the pandemic, the employers were forced to shift to virtual hiring. Virtual hiring typically entails all communication via email and phone communication, as well as video-conference interviews. This sometimes even extends to remote onboarding. It appears that the virtual hiring tactic is here to stay. Here’s how you can get it right. Consult […]