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Important Skills You Can Learn Quickly to Help Your Career

  If you’re in the market for a new job, it never hurts to add valuable skills to put your candidacy over the top for hiring managers. There are some important skills companies want that are pretty easy and quick to learn. If you want to impress interviewers, bring these talents to the table. To… Read more »

Reasons You Should Reject a Job Candidate

  The hiring process often feels like it’s about ruling people out of consideration. As much as you would like to hire everyone, you may only have one job opening and multiple candidates to consider. But there are some red flags that should help you make the right decisions. Before you move forward with any… Read more »

Four Tips for Overcoming Your Fear of Job Interviews

  Your palms are sweaty. Your collar is too tight. Your heart is beating so fast it feels like it could pound right out of your chest. Interviews are scary things, and it’s okay to recognize that. But the most important thing is how you handle it. Since interviews aren’t going away any time soon,… Read more »

HOT JOB OF THE WEEK: QUALITY CONTROL TECHNICIAN

Quality Control Technician    Job Description:  Inspect and verify accuracy of completed outgoing customer orders Includes reporting errors found and assuring correction prior to shipment to customer Upon request, participate in incoming part inspection to verify if parts meet customer specifications Functions: Order Checking – Verify that outgoing shipments comply with customer shipment instructions and… Read more »

What to Consider When Thinking of Hiring an Overqualified Candidate

  As a manager, you’ve surely had instances where you consider an applicant overqualified for your open position. But is hiring someone with more experience a bad thing in the long run? There are several things to consider when looking at hiring an overqualified candidate. Don’t dismiss them outright just because you have a picture… Read more »

Important Email Etiquette Tips When Searching For a Job

  Looking for a job seems simple enough. You review a job listing, send a resume and see what happens. But could it the little things that make the biggest difference. Have you thought about your email address and etiquette? Before you send out your next resume, consider some of the things you can do… Read more »

Mistakes to Avoid When Interviewing Job Candidates

  Interviewing is an art as well as a science. When you’re interviewing candidates for a new job, there are some topics you should avoid and some you want to be sure to cover. So, how do you know what you’re missing or what you should leave out to ensure you’re hiring the best person… Read more »

The Importance of Using Keywords in Your Resume

  You’ve probably heard quite a bit about keywords in terms of your resume. So, what are they and how can they help you land the next job? Keywords are a lot more than just a list of things you think a company is looking for in your background. There was even a trend for… Read more »

How to Help Your Employees Improve Their Customer Service Skills

  No matter your industry, customer service is an essential part of conducting business. So how do you help your employees improve their customer service skills? A good company will always strive to improve things, so let’s take a look at the skills you’ll want to enhance for your customer service strategy. By using these… Read more »

Tips for Interviewing for a Job Promotion

  Would you be perfect for a different position in your company? If so, you may want to put in for that promotion. When you do, you’ll probably need to navigate a traditional interview process as if you were a brand-new candidate. If you’re not prepared, it could impact your chances. So how can you… Read more »