Congrats You Passed the First Interview! Now what?

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Very few candidates today only have one interview before receiving a job offer. Companies want to ensure that they are hiring the right person and may have a second or even a third meeting to assess how a candidate will fit in with their office environment. You deserve a hearty congratulation if you’ve gotten a… Read more »

Tips on Creating an Employee Manual Before an HR Nightmare

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Do you have an employee handbook? They may be the single most important thing you can do for your business. Time and time again having the right documentation on file can help your company avoid an employee relations nightmare. Employees will always have questions or concerns about policies and there may be times when rules… Read more »

Avoid These 4 Phrases When Constructing a Resume

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Clich├ęs can kill a resume’s changes before it makes it past the reviewer’s desk. While some buzzwords may be important to convey your knowledge of your specific industry using too many or too general phrases can lead to your resume filed in the waste bin. Here are four phrases you really need to avoid when… Read more »

Sure You Want to Sell Yourself, but Is Your Resume too Cluttered?

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Your resume is the first impression you’ll make on a potential employer. This means it needs to grab their attention and hold it long enough for them to make the decision to contact you directly. Not only is the information important but so is the format. Is your resume too cluttered? A messy resume can… Read more »