How Will Millennials Change Your Workplace Culture This Year?

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One buzzword we hear a lot these days is “millennials.” If your unfamiliar, this consists of the age group of individuals born roughly between 1980 and 1995. As of 2015, there were “53.5 million millennials in the U.S., and some experts predict they may make up 75 percent of the labor market by 2025.” Their… Read more »

Want to Get a Job? One Simple Thing You Control

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Let’s be honest. The process of searching for a job can be time consuming. If you’ve been at it for a while and still haven’t found a position, it’s easy to become a little disheartened. The good news is that there’s one simple thing within your control, and it can increase your chances of landing… Read more »

Are You Ready for a Phone Interview?

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A phone interview should be taken just as seriously as an actual face-to-face interview. The key to success for a phone interview (or any interview) is adequate preparation. Here are some essential steps to follow to ensure that you’re ready once an interviewer calls. Find a Quiet Location You definitely need to be selective about… Read more »

Develop an Online Brand that Helps Your Job Search

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With the increase of mobile recruiting and similar strategies, how can you control what employers find? One of the best things you can do is develop a positive online brand that defines what you’re about and emphasizes your strengths. What is Personal Branding? First things first, it’s important to understand exactly what this is. Experts… Read more »

Create a Culture of Customer Service in Your Organization

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There’s no denying that companies with great customer service have a decided advantage over others who lack in this department – and it’s often a key contributor to longevity and profitability. In fact, “89 percent of consumers have stopped doing business with a company after experiencing poor customer service.” Ensuring great customer service begins with… Read more »