Tips for Improving Employee Retention

Talented workers are vital to your company’s success. They ensure your customers are happy, your profits keep growing and your company culture remains strong. When they leave, it’s difficult and expensive to find, hire and train a replacement. In some cases, it’s all but impossible. There are many reasons why good employees move on, and… Read More »

Tips for Differentiating Yourself From Other Candidates

Employers are looking for specific skills and experience when interviewing candidates for a job opening. But what if several candidates meet all of the requirements? How does the hiring manager decide which of them stands out from the rest of the job seekers? Of course, having the skill set to do the job well is… Read More »

How to Be Seen as a Leader and Not a Boss

If you have ever worked for a bad boss, no one has to remind you what a nightmare it can be. These are the superficial managers who are more interested in letting you know who is in charge and criticizing or punishing you when you make that inevitable mistake. They are good at telling you… Read More »

Interview Tips for Industrial Workers

Candidates for industrial jobs must go into a job interview with the same preparation and mindset as any other profession. It’s worth mentioning that because some applicants have the mistaken idea that some so-called blue collar jobs (a general labor position, for instance) don’t need to be taken seriously since they don’t require any special… Read More »

Resumes That Get Results

Most of us know how to write a resume. But how can you get the resume read when the screener has received 200+ resumes? The key is to write a resume that can be read in 30 seconds. Have your contact information clearly visible at the top of your resume. This should include: your name… Read More »

What Not to Wear to an Interview 1

We all try and put our best foot forward for an interview. But could you be guilty of one of these fashion faux pas? Chewing gum during the interview. You thought you could hold it to the side or hide it under your tongue. But once you get comfortable you find you are back to… Read More »