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If your cover letter and resume do not currently contain numbers, it’s time to make a change. A savvy way to enhance your credibility, quantifying your experience can give you a competitive edge, regardless of the type of job you’re trying to secure. Numbers don’t lie, so hiring managers really take them seriously. Everything from… Read more »

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Most companies have at least one employee with a spotty attendance record. When this person isn’t late to work, they’re calling in sick with one contrived illness or another. This lack of accountability is tough on the entire team, because everyone has to pitch in when one person doesn’t pull their weight. As a responsible… Read more »

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What makes an employee successful and productive? The answer is simple: Happiness. If a person loves their job and looks forward to coming to work each day, they will be intrinsically motivated to be more productive. The key to creating a culture of productivity is getting employees engaged and excited enough about their work that… Read more »

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Actions speak louder than words in a job interview, so show your fit by doing. Any candidate can claim to be the perfect match for the company, but you can stand out by actually serving as living proof. The importance of demonstrating your cultural fit cannot be emphasized enough. Many employers actually favor cultural fit… Read more »