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In a perfect world, employees would always see eye-to-eye, but interviewers know it doesn’t work that way. Personality clashes and differences in opinion happen every day at every office, so hiring managers want to know how you handle these situations. If you try to pretend you’ve never dealt with a difficult co-worker, they’ll see right… Read more »

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It’s good business to control staffing costs in order to get the best return on your investment. But sometimes, extra projects or customer demand necessitate extending the work hours of your regular full-time employees. When this happens, your company may face inflated overtime costs. If this is a concern, you may want to bring in… Read more »

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Preparing for a job interview is hard work. In most cases, you will have never met the hiring manager and likely know very little about the company, so you can only speculate about what to expect from the meeting. Of course, everything changes when you work with a recruiter. Having a staffing expert on your… Read more »

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On average, 118 people apply for each open position and only 20 percent are invited for an interview, according to Forbes. At first glance, these numbers can be a bit discouraging, but instead of letting them get you down, use this information as motivation to step up your game. You’re a talented professional that any… Read more »

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Hiring managers receive countless resumes for each open position, but you made the cut! Your application caught the eye of the hiring manager and now it’s time to start the interview process. It’s beyond exciting to even make it this far, but if you want to keep advancing, you’ll need to be extremely cognizant of… Read more »