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How To Hire For Your Tech Startup

Working for a startup can be an exciting and motivating experience both for the founders as well as employees. While there’s unfortunately no one-size-fits-all solution to hiring qualified employees for your tech company, there are a few key things to keep in mind when recruiting and hiring people. This is especially true for startups in […] Read Article “How To Hire For Your Tech Startup”

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5 Tips for Breaking into the Fashion Industry

The fashion industry is ever-changing, so it’s important to keep a pulse on current trends and employment opportunities. Over the past decade, the spike in e-commerce has elevated the global apparel business to a new level. When markets evolve and grow rapidly, you can count on employment trends to change as well. For the innovators and creators behind the design […] Read Article “5 Tips for Breaking into the Fashion Industry”

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Enhance Your Company Culture With Corporate Social Responsibility

In today’s working world, people tend to throw around the term “corporate social responsibility” with no abandon. It makes you wonder if the words have lost their meaning. Or maybe they’ve just evolved? Does it come in the form of holiday charity drives or a walk for a cure? Or is it more about go-green […] Read Article “Enhance Your Company Culture With Corporate Social Responsibility”

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7 Job Search Tips for Veterans Entering the Civilian Workforce

Making the transition from military service to civilian life can be exciting, but also challenging for many veterans. Often, one of the biggest hurdles is the job search process and knowing how to effectively market their skills, experience and passion to employers. This challenge can be particularly acute for veterans coming off long stints of […] Read Article “7 Job Search Tips for Veterans Entering the Civilian Workforce”

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Make A Career-Based Resolution for 2016

Instead of committing to the gym again or jumping on a trendy diet that will last exactly three days, consider making a new year’s resolution that will help further your career instead. Learning a new skill, updating your resume or even landing a promotion are just a few examples of New Years resolutions that you’ll be […] Read Article “Make A Career-Based Resolution for 2016”

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Top Marketing Conferences of 2016

2016 is almost here, and that means it’s time to start planning your conference schedule for the coming year. There are some real stand-out marketing conferences coming up in 2016, and they can be a great way to improve your knowledge and understanding of various marketing strategies and topics, new trends, as well as network […] Read Article “Top Marketing Conferences of 2016”

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How To Land Your First Fashion Job

Fashion is a billion dollar industry. Many people know early on in life that they’re destined to work in fashion, and a few somehow fall into it along the way. Whichever camp you belong to, we’ve got some tips for you on how to get your first job in fashion. 8 tips to getting your […] Read Article “How To Land Your First Fashion Job”

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Unemployed Around The Holidays? How To Deal With Family Concerns

Between family gatherings, gift-giving, cooking for larger groups, traveling, and winding down the year, the holidays are typically a stressful time for most families. The added stress of finding oneself in “job-limbo” or dealing with the recent loss of a job can be especially overwhelming during the holiday season. Inevitably, you will field numerous questions from family […] Read Article “Unemployed Around The Holidays? How To Deal With Family Concerns”

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Why You Should Have a Staff Holiday Party

During the busy holiday season, putting together yet another event or party can seem like an unwelcome chore. Companies that organize a holiday party, though, will be glad they did – here’s why: Build relationships Work functions with an emphasis on fun and socializing seem like an HR nightmare to some – but when conducted […] Read Article “Why You Should Have a Staff Holiday Party”

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One Overlooked Character Trait You Should Interview For

It is all too easy to miss important information about a candidate in the brief time that an interview usually requires. More and more, employers are asking questions that discern critical thinking – but there’s still one area that most employers or hiring managers are forgetting: intellectual curiosity. Data shows that a level of curiosity […] Read Article “One Overlooked Character Trait You Should Interview For”