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14 Lessons from Benjamin Franklin About Getting What You Want in Life

There’s a reason Ben Franklin’s face is on the $100 bill: he knew what he was talking about and if you followed his advice, you might find yourself making some hundreds of your own. I came across this article by Thea Easterby in Business Insider; it offers some inspirational advice I think you might find […] Read Article “14 Lessons from Benjamin Franklin About Getting What You Want in Life”

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10 Tips for Recent College Grads: Millennials in the Job Market

There has been a lot of talk about the “Millennial” generation. Ask most hiring managers, and you will hear about a sense of entitlement, lack of professionalism and the inability to stay in one job for long. Below are a few tips that I have picked up in my experience working with this population as […] Read Article “10 Tips for Recent College Grads: Millennials in the Job Market”

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Calming down an upset client: the ASAP model

Maintaining good client relationships is a huge part of our business and having a plan in place to manage those relationships is critical for success. A very accomplished colleague of mine taught me the “ASAP” customer service model below – and it WORKS.

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Seven Tips for Managing Stress

Working in staffing can be very rewarding – but it can also be very stressful. I learned early on that if I didn’t learn how to manage my stress, I would inevitably go crazy. I learned how to manage my work-life balance with the following tips; they can work for anyone in any industry, not […] Read Article “Seven Tips for Managing Stress”

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Tips for Working with Recruiters

There are a lot of factors that go into recruiting. For some of you who are new to the process of working with a recruiter, here’s a quick primer to help you get the lay of the land: 1. Know that the recruiter doesn’t work for you – they work for their client. Too often, […] Read Article “Tips for Working with Recruiters”