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How to Adjust to Your New Employer’s Company Culture?

How to Adjust to Your New Employer’s Company Culture?

By / July 13th, 2022 / 0 comments / colleagues, company, company culture, employer, new job, office, Work culture,

You made it through the application process and interviews and accepted a new job. Now you have a new role, different people to work with, and new company culture. It may or may not be much different from where you worked before, but you need to fit in to succeed.  What’s Company Culture? It’s the […]

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How to Stay Connected with Employees? Avoid these 6 Mistakes.

How to Stay Connected with Employees? Avoid these 6 Mistakes.

By / July 4th, 2022 / 0 comments / Employee Care, Employee Retention, Employees, Employer Mistakes, hiring, Work culture,

As important as you may be, your employees make your business possible. Keeping valuable employees is far less costly than suffering a constant churn of employees leaving and then hiring replacements. One way to try to limit turnover is to avoid alienating employees and staying connected to them.   A recent Forbes article lists suggestions from […]

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What to do when you don’t like your coworkers?

What to do when you don’t like your coworkers?

By / June 29th, 2022 / 0 comments / bullying, harassment, Job, office culture, toxic, toxic work culture, Work culture, work environment,

We all should be “team players” but you don’t need to like your teammates to succeed. What you should do depends on why you dislike your colleagues and the degree. There’s no good, one size fits all answer.  Before the Covid pandemic, when offices were full, the fact people couldn’t get along could be a […]

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A Guide on – How to choose the right job for you.

A Guide on – How to choose the right job for you.

By / May 11th, 2022 / 0 comments / career, career path, freshers, right job, right opportunity, skillconnect,

Is this job right for you?  It’s never been a better time to look for a job. Whether or not you have multiple job offers, you need to decide if the opportunity is a good fit. You get a glimpse into a company during the interview process, and you may hear from current or past […]

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How to Write Job Requirements to Get a Good Number of Applicants?

How to Write Job Requirements to Get a Good Number of Applicants?

By / May 11th, 2022 / 0 comments / Recruitment, slow hiring, talent acuisition,

Do Your Job Requirements Limit Your Pool of Candidates for No Good Reason?  Before posting a job opening, think about the job requirements. They tell potential applicants the absolute essentials they need to be considered. By including requirements, like specific skills or years of experience, that aren’t truly necessary, you’re needlessly shrinking the talent pool […]

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The Negative Impact of Slow Hiring Process | 2022

The Negative Impact of Slow Hiring Process | 2022

By / May 11th, 2022 / 0 comments / head hunt, hiring, hiring process, Recruitment, Talent Acquisition,

A Slow Hiring Cycle May Cost You the Best Job Candidate  The competition for talented, highly skilled job candidates has never been more fierce. You may have increased salaries to levels unimaginable a few years ago. Your marketing department focuses on obtaining new customers and new hires too. While you’ve adjusted somewhat, your hiring process […]

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Effective Personal Branding for Job Seekers | 2022

Effective Personal Branding for Job Seekers | 2022

By / May 11th, 2022 / 0 comments / brand, Linkedin, personal branding, social media,

You may think of yourself in many ways. You’re a student or a professional. You may believe in a religion, be involved in politics, have a hobby, or be a fan of a sports team. What’s your brand? If you’re also looking for a job, you should also have a personal brand and work to […]

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How to Jump Over the Experience Gap?

How to Jump Over the Experience Gap?

By / February 11th, 2022 / 0 comments / career advice, career break, career gap, career gap jobs, employment gap, employment history, experience gap, gap in employment, great resignation, resume gap, resume gaps in employment,

If you don’t have a seamless job history, it shouldn’t stop you from seeking the jobs you want. There is a massive demand for skilled talent right now. The fact there’s some time between your jobs is not the obstacle it once was.  Companies are Hiring from a Smaller Applicant Pool  “The unemployment rate, which […]

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Top 5 Ways a Small Business can Attract the Talent

Top 5 Ways a Small Business can Attract the Talent

By / March 27th, 2021 / 0 comments / Job Candidates, Job seekers, New Company Hiring, Opportunity, Recruitment, Talent Acquisition,

Whether you’re selling your services or attracting job candidates, you need to focus on your organization’s positives. Being a smaller, newer company can be an advantage to those seeking a new business partner or employer. You need to acknowledge your limitations but stress the benefits of employment at your firm. Not everyone wants to work […]

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Benefits of Having a Mentor to Succeed in Career.

Benefits of Having a Mentor to Succeed in Career.

By / March 24th, 2021 / 0 comments / Interview Preperation, Mentorship,

Whether you’re farming, practicing law, or working in IT, you can benefit from the knowledge and wisdom earned by someone who’s already traveled the path you seek. Why waste precious time and earn less than your potential by going it alone? Does “reinventing the wheel” sound like a good idea to you, or would you […]

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