How a Staffing Agency Can Help You Find Your Next Opportunity

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How a Staffing Agency Can Help You Find Your Next Opportunity

Staffing agencies have become increasingly central to the economy. With the gig-ification of all parts of the workforce and an increased willingness of workers to seek out the best possible situations, both companies and candidates have turned to recruiters to streamline the process. Given these trends, you can boost your career by turning to a… Read more »

Interviewing Remotely for the First Time? 3 Tips to Land Your Dream Job Over Video

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Interviewing Remotely for the First Time? 3 Tips to Land Your Dream Job Over Video

Job interviews are scary enough. Now, you have to worry about the form the conversation might take. Remote interviews have become extremely common. If you haven’t been in the job market in a while, you might not be used to the video format. Not surprisingly, the use of remote job interviews skyrocketed during the pandemic…. Read more »

A Few Tips When Returning to the Office After Being Remote for So Long

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3 Tips When Returning to the Office After Being Remote for So Long

With COVID restrictions largely lifted, many employers are starting to phase their employees back into the office. Are you ready? Returning to the office after being remote for so long is likely to create a bumpy transition period if you don’t prepare properly. Don’t worry, though. You aren’t alone. The pandemic made remote working an… Read more »

Looking for a Job? Here’s are a Few Ways to Clean Up Your Personal Brand

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Looking for a Job? Here's are a Few Ways to Clean Up Your Personal Brand

Branding long ago expanded beyond the realm of products. Starting with actors and athletes, the concept of a personal brand has crept into all walks of life, popularized by social media and the gig economy. Are you doing enough to clean up your personal brand as you look for that dream job? The process might… Read more »

Losing the Passion for Working Remote? Consider These Ways to Relight the Fire!

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Losing the Passion for Working Remote? Consider These Ways to Relight the Fire!

Remote work has become extremely common in many industries. However, while this structure provides significant advantages for both employees and employers, it has drawbacks as well. When you work from home, it’s often difficult to stay engaged and excited about your daily tasks How do you keep your passion for remote work for the long… Read more »

Why Should You Consider a New Job If You’ve Been Happily Employed for 10+ Years

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Why Should You Consider a New Job If You've Been Happily Employed for 10+ Years

Safety and security represent key career goals. It’s a great feeling to know for sure that you have a solid position, with a regular paycheck you can count on. As such, you’ve been happily employed at the same company for more than a decade. Why would you ever give that up for the uncertainty of… Read more »

How Might You Better Set Yourself Up for a Successful Monday…Over the Weekend

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How Can You Better Set Yourself Up for a Successful Monday?

Busy executives don’t wrap up work at 5 pm on Friday. The weekends provide a respite from the fast-paced schedule that drives the rest of your workdays. But you’ve always got success on your mind — the weekends offer an additional chance to push in that direction. One study found that most executives keep working… Read more »

Email Productivity Lessons to Help You Win Back Your Day

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The average person receives more than 120 emails each day. Taken as a whole, hundreds of billions of emails fly through cyberspace on a daily basis. No wonder it feels like you’re overwhelmed. If you’re not careful, dealing with emails can take over your entire schedule. That’s why you need to be smart about how… Read more »

These Productivity Tips Will Help You Get More Done…In Less Time

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Twenty-four hours seems like a long time. Taken over the course of a year, that’s over 8,700 hours to divvy up among all your responsibilities. Yet, there never seems to be enough time. One study showed that CEOs typically worked an average of 62.5 hours a week. Even with those long hours, less than one… Read more »

Do I Really Need a Resume for My Executive Job Search?

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The search for an executive position doesn’t resemble the process for any other job. Relationships and industry profile matter more than with many other professions. However, some of the basic components of any job search still apply, including the presence of a resume. True, you aren’t just going to log onto Indeed and blast out… Read more »