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Emotion-Driven Versus Data-Drive Communication Styles

Do you know your communication style? Obviously, there are many different ones. But we often generally divide them under these two big umbrellas: data-driven and emotional. Whatever your style, it helps to understand why you – and others – present things the way you do. Let’s take a look at the two communication styles. Emotion […]

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4 Steps to Recovery After You Made a Mistake in the Workplace

Whether you’ve been in the workforce for one month or twenty years, you have probably made a few mistakes. That moment when you are scrolling through your emails and you see a subject line from someone on your team that says “FIX THIS NOW.” Your stomach drops, you start to feel a little nervous, and […]

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4 Tips That Will Help You Set Boundaries in The Office

When you work 8 hours day, 5 days a week, 52 weeks a year . . . it can be hard to separate your work relationships, from personal ones. How can it not be? However casual a work environment may seem, it is still work and there is affine line between “work” and “play”. Here […]

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How to Prepare for a Video Interview

More and more companies are arranging video-chat interviews with candidates, avoiding the cost and inconvenience of having interviewees hop on a plane for an in-person meeting. It’s great, except conducting a video interview requires a different set of considerations for the candidate preparing to put his or her best foot forward. Besides all the traditional […]

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How to Make a Great Impression at your First Holiday Party

It’s that time of year again – the Holidays are upon us and companies are inviting employees to lunches, dinners, and after hours events. These Holiday parties are an excellent opportunity to network and meet new people. If this is your first Holiday party, you may not know what to expect. Run through this quick […]

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I am graduating in May… Now What?

Good news for upcoming college graduates as recent studies indicate a positive job outlook for job seekers in 2015. An improved economy and a continual trend of hiring young professionals are driving factors behind this shift. In order to put things into perspective, a recent survey from Michigan State University reveals hiring of college graduates […]

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The Best Way to Handle Job Rejection

We know that you receive plenty of feedback about the steps you take before getting the actual job, but for some reason not many people bring up the elephant in the room when it is all said and done- how to cope with rejection. And we know, just like in your relationships, getting rejected can […]

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Top Staffing Trends of 2015

Client and candidate behavior is constantly changing, which means trends within the staffing industry will continue to evolve as well to meet the needs of these consumers. Take a look at the following key staffing trends for 2015: Enhanced Social Media Presence: According to LinkedIn’s recent survey on Key Insights for Recruitment in 2015, 76% […]

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Nursing Shortage Over? And What That Might Mean for Staffing

Staffing Industry Analysts recently released their 2015 Healthcare Staffing Growth Assessment report.   Here’s a summary of their findings: Healthcare staffing continues to experience tremendous growth due to the Affordable Care Act and an improving economy. Currently, it is difficult to predict the longer-term results of the current trends. And, interestingly, they’re no longer projecting a […]

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5 Important Career Tips to Utilize in 2015

In today’s competitive job market, keeping up with the latest updates in technology and changing industries is crucial. As the job market continues to tighten, take note of the following five important career tips to utilize in 2015: Use Keywords: In 2015, recruiters are expecting the job market to become more competitive, which is another […]

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