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Maximize Your Profile on LinkedIn

Networking is one of the most important parts of your job hunt. Networking can put you in contact with companies that are hiring. Building your network also means people in your profession will know who you are, and having a solid reputation in your industry makes you a better candidate. Today, a lot of networking is done online, particularly using LinkedIn.

If you’re in the middle of a job hunt, make sure your LinkedIn profile is a great representation of your skills and your abilities. Continue reading

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Tips on How to Manage an Employee in Personal Crisis

When managing employees, you count on workers to come to their jobs ready to get things done. Unfortunately, sometimes a situation at home can leave your workers distracted and the problems can affect their work abilities. When an employee crisis arises, be smart about how to manage it so you can allow the worker to recover without your company suffering too much from lost productivity. Continue reading

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Recruiter Etiquette: The Do’s and Don’ts

If you are working with a recruiter during your job search, make the most of this important relationship. Staffing professionals can help you find quality jobs that are a great fit with your skills and experience – but you need to build the right type of relationship so your recruiter can help you.

Knowing some basic rules of etiquette can go a long way toward helping you achieve success in your interactions with your recruiter. Continue reading

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Is it OK to Decline a Job Offer?

Getting a job offer is exciting when you are involved in a job search.  However, not every job offer is one you want to accept. Whether the position isn’t the right fit, doesn’t offer the money or hours you’re looking for, or otherwise isn’t an opportunity you are interested in pursuing, you have every right to say no to an offer. In fact, you owe it to yourself to carefully consider what direction you want your career to take before you accept any position. Continue reading

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The New Face of Performance Reviews

An annual performance review has long been a tradition of the corporate world. However, the workforce is changing, and employee expectations are changing as millennials enter the workforce in increasing numbers. Today, more companies than ever are recognizing that an annual review is no longer the best way to provide employee feedback. Instead, staff may benefit from more regular input on an ongoing basis.

So, should your company stick with the traditional performance review or should you consider changing the way you deal with your workforce and offer more regular advice to workers on their job performance? Continue reading

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Interview Tip: Tell Me About Yourself

When you are involved in a job search, it’s a good idea to think about the interview questions you are likely to face. Planning ahead and preparing answers to some common interview questions will allow you to make a much better impression during your interview. While you don’t want to sound overly rehearsed or give generic answers, you do want to have a strong idea of what you’ll say to make a favorable impact during the interview process. Continue reading

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Milan Petrovic