Posts Tagged: IT Employment Agency

Becoming a Better Job Candidate 4/12: Be Specific in Examples

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The hiring process is your opportunity to make yourself shine! It takes charisma and people skills, but more than that, you have to build a case that you’re the most qualified, most experienced candidate fit for this particular job. And there’s no better way to build your case than by using specific examples of your… Read more »

3 Traits Outstanding Tech Leaders Share

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Tech leaders might be among the most important in your company. Most organizations rely heavily on their tech departments, but it’s not the best technology that wins success—it’s the quality of the workers and their leadership. Yes, it’s important to employ the most advanced, cutting edge tools and resources, but more important are a forward-thinking… Read more »

Becoming a Better Job Candidate 3/12: Do Your Company Research

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It’s no secret that job seeking is stressful. Competition is stiff and you need to make yourself stand out. A well-crafted resume with some significant accomplishments is a good start. Throw in some glowing references, outstanding interview responses, and some solid experience and you’re golden, right? But what else can you do to become a… Read more »

Improving Your Management Skills, Part 2 of 12: Improving Communication

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Whether you’re trying to improve your relationship with your employees or your relationship with your spouse, communication is usually the best place to start. It’s the best way to make sure you have the same goals, that you’re on the same page, and that everyone else understands what each person is doing and responsible for…. Read more »

6 Tips for Keeping Your Best Employees

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Employee turnover is an important issue that can affect small businesses. Some estimates claim that it costs more than twice the amount of an employee’s annual salary to find and train a replacement. When resources, including time, money, and energy, are spent on hiring, productivity decreases, the rest of the employees are burdened with extra… Read more »

5 Benefits of Working With a Staffing Firm

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Hiring is one of the most challenging tasks a business leader takes on. It’s time-consuming, expensive, and frustrating when you can’t find that perfect candidate. And the longer it takes, the longer a job will remain vacant and the less productive and efficient your team will be. But using a staffing firm can make that… Read more »

Improving Your Management Skills, Part 1 of 12: Learn to Delegate

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No matter what kind of leader you are, delegating some of your responsibilities is the key to maximizing productivity and preventing burn out. But that’s easier said than done. It’s hard to know which tasks to let go of and which employees you can trust. Sometimes it’s just easier to do things yourself. But if… Read more »

Becoming a Better Job Candidate, Part 1 of 12: Improving Your Communication

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Communication is one of the most important soft skills that employers and hiring managers look for when they’re vetting candidates. Almost every single job requires some form of communication, whether it’s in email form, face to face interactions, or crafting publications to be dispersed to the public. So it’s important to show off your communication… Read more »

5 Ways to Improve Your Style of Management

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The work landscape is ever-changing. Generational makeups shift over time, cultural standards morph, and worker preferences evolve, all of which can make your current management style less effective or even inappropriate. Luckily, you can improve your style of management with some effort and due diligence. Here are five approaches that can help you get started…. Read more »

Is 2019 Your Year for a New Job?

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At the start of the new year, most people are highly focused on the potential of the future. Reflecting on the year gone by allowed them to learn from mistakes and identify frustrations, making it easier to envision a path forward that leads to success. Contemplating a new job is common at the start of… Read more »