Posts Tagged: IT Specialized Staffing Firm

Becoming a Better Job Candidate, Part 2 of 12: Dressing for Your Interview

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A job interview can be a nerve-wracking experience! You’re meeting new people, trying to remember names, and make an overall good first impression. The better prepared you are, the smoother it will go. Though you can’t control everything about the day, you can at least rehearse your answers, research the company, and select the most… 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 »

4 Ways to Revamp Your Leadership Skills in 2019

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All leaders have strengths and weaknesses. Some leaders are poor communicators and simply expect employees to all be on the same page; while some leaders micromanage their employees and try to do everything themselves. If you’re looking to be a better leader for 2019, there’s no time like the present to start working on it…. Read more »

The Best Time to Submit Your Resume Is…

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When employed professionals are trying to find a new job, they typically work during the weekday and apply to jobs in the evening or on the weekend. These might be the most convenient times for people with a job to find a new job, but they’re also the times when a submitted resume has the… Read more »

Why Your Company Needs a Privacy Policy

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For many people, a corporate privacy policy is something to scroll through quickly and click ‘ok’ on. For companies, however, a privacy policy is a business necessity. If your product or service doesn’t already have a privacy policy, it will probably need one soon. Apple recently mandated that all iOS apps have a privacy policy… Read more »

How Staying in Touch With Your Old Boss Could Help Your IT Career

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When it comes to networking, your old bosses are worth their weight in gold. Past supervisors know your track record, they work in your industry and they have their own professional networks. They can be a professional reference, write a letter of recommendation and connect you to new career opportunities. In light of this, it’s… Read more »

4 of the Most Important IT Certificates for 2019

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Earning a certificate is an effective approach to move your IT career forward. Whether you work for a large corporation, small company or a government agency, learning new skills or validating those you already have through certifications will make you more valuable. Certifications can boost your pay, set you apart from other IT professionals and… Read more »

The Key to Motivating Your IT Team When They’re Stressed

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When you are dealing with a lack of motivation, it seems like everyone is giving you advice on how to solve it. However, new research shows that people are more inclined to deal with feeling unmotivated, or other problems based on mentality, when they give someone else advice on how to solve the same problem…. Read more »

How Can You Create a Great Work-Life Balance in Your IT Career?

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If you’re finding it more difficult than ever to handle both your IT job and your life outside of work, you’re not the only one. Whether it’s a boom economy driving higher demands or a recession stoking fears of cutbacks, there is almost constant pressure for people to put in extra hours or stay connected… Read more »

Tools To Help Increase Your Teams Skills on the Job

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Teamwork can mean the difference between positive results or setbacks at work. In fact, one particular survey revealed that 86 percent of people credit workplace setbacks to lack of teamwork. With distributed teams and remote employees now a part of the modern workplace, technology plays a crucial role in collaboration, and it can make us… Read more »