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Tips for Tailoring Your Resume for a Specific Job

  Tips for Tailoring Your Resume for a Specific Job When you’re applying for a new job, it’s important you tailor your resume for the specific position offered. Why? A generic resume gets generic results, but every job is a problem the employer is looking to solve, and they want to hire the best person… Read more »

Scientific Research on Identifying High-Potential Employees

  Most people think of hiring as an art form, but did you know there was science to it as well? Studies are showing how investing in the right employee makes it possible to maximize the returns of any given organization. So, what does this mean? What is the research showing when it comes to… Read more »

Tips For Successfully Implementing Change in the Workplace

  Change in the workplace can be difficult for management and staff alike. That’s why implementing it should be a smooth process starting from leadership down to ensure that everyone understands the positive benefits of the change. It can be helpful to know what has worked for other organizations and how you can incorporate these… Read more »

How to Get Your Employees to Perform at Their Best

  As a manager, you want to make sure your employees are performing to their maximum potential. There are a variety of management styles that can encourage staff to act efficiently and effectively at their jobs, but most often this is achieved by setting appropriate goals, developing a plan, empowering employees, assessing performance and making… Read more »

The Best Questions to Ask a Hiring Manager at an Interview

  Before going into a job interview, it’s important to research the company and prepare questions to ask the hiring manager. There are a variety of questions that will not only give you the right perspective on the job, but also let the manager know you’re serious about working for their company. So what questions… Read more »

The Best Interview Questions to Ask an Accounts Payable Clerk

  Interviewing is an art, and not every manager is skilled in it. That’s okay, no one is born knowing how to interview. Every job is unique, and what happens when you need to interview an accounts payable clerk for an open job but you’re unfamiliar with what to ask. It’s important you learn about… Read more »

The Benefits of Working for a Leader That Supports You

  For many years, employers were looking for employees who would remain loyal to their companies and work until they retired. In recent years, that paradigm has shifted, and many employees are looking for more out of their careers than just a retirement party and an engraved watch. So, what are employees looking for? They… Read more »

How to Help Your Employees Improve Their Accountability

  Responsibility, reliability, productivity, efficiency and effectiveness are all traits that are essential in the workplace. But if an employee is not accountable for their actions, any of these other attributes can suffer. So it’s important for managers to address poor performance as soon as possible. Use the SMART process – specific, measurable, attainable, realistic,… Read more »

How to Use Social Media Effectively to Land Your Next Job

  Love it or hate it, social media is not a passing fad. Both recruiters and job seekers use it to find candidates or jobs. Even with some of the recent concerns around Facebook, the platform for connecting with others is not going anywhere anytime soon. And today, that means many job seekers are using… Read more »

HOT JOB OF THE WEEK: Physical Therapist – Home Health

Physical Therapy – Home Health If you’re a PT who values building patient relationships, schedule flexibility, and getting to see the real world outside of the clinic walls, you should consider home health! Physical Therapy in the home health setting offers several advantages over clinic and hospital work, including a more flexible schedule, a much… Read more »