Specific Answers Lead to Job Interview Success? {INFOGRAPHIC}

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Onsite Management Increases Worker Productivity

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Regardless of the size and scope of a project, having managers on-site is generally considered to be best practices. This allows them to closely monitor the behavior of staff members, track their progress and ultimately increase overall worker productivity. Let’s now discuss some particular ways that onsite management improves your company’s bottom line. Easier Tracking/Billing… Read more »

Become a Leader With These New Behaviors

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There’s an ongoing debate as to whether leadership is an innate ability or something that’s learned over time. Is it nature or nurture? While it’s true that some individuals are gifted with extraordinary leadership abilities from birth and undeniable charisma, much of it can be learned. It all boils down to making a concerted effort… Read more »

You Have the Skills. How Can You Learn About the Culture Before Accepting a Job?

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Company culture is something you’ll want to pay close attention to before accepting a job. If you’re a natural fit culturally, you automatically increase your likelihood of achieving a high level of job satisfaction and overall success. You’re also more likely to fit in with the rest of your colleagues and share the same philosophy/values…. Read more »

Quality vs. Quantity – What’s Better for Your Job Search?

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There are two thought processes when conducting a job search. One is to only apply for the jobs you know you have a good shot at getting a callback or an interview for – quality. The other is to apply for every possible job you could work for – quantity. But which is the better… Read more »

3 Tips to Staying Positive

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“Worry is like a rocking chair: it gives you something to do but never gets you anywhere.” ~Erma Bombeck Humans are notorious for being worriers, and sometimes negativity can have a crippling impact on your life. But it doesn’t have to. At the end of the day, it’s up to you to decide whether you… Read more »

Why You Can’t Worry When You Don’t Hear from the Company

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A job search can test you on many levels. Many candidates become impatient and a little disheartened when they don’t hear back from a hiring manager after what seems like a reasonable period of time. But there are a couple reasons why you shouldn’t worry when you don’t hear from the company you’ve applied with…. Read more »