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Showing Appreciation for Inspiration

Today marks the 100 days out from the opening ceremonies of the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. We are a proud sponsor of Team USA, and are looking forward to the excitement ahead in the new year. Many companies stand behind Team USA as sponsors, including many popular consumer brands. Much like we enjoy the […] Read Article “Showing Appreciation for Inspiration”

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Five Fantastic Salary Negotiation Tips

First-time salary negotiator? Get the tips you need. Many-time salary negotiator? Get the reminders you need. Negotiating a salary with your potential new employer can be intimidating, but we’re here to help. Check out our five fantastic salary negotiation tips—and put them to work next time you pass the interview phase. 1. Conduct research. No, […] Read Article “Five Fantastic Salary Negotiation Tips”

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In honor of the US Navy’s birthday, a milspouse tells us her story.

We are proud to commit to helping our fellow men and women of the military as they make the transition to civilian life and help their spouses hold the fort down with gainful employment. In honor of the birth of our United States Navy, we are overjoyed to share the story of Kristine Bumagat, a […] Read Article “In honor of the US Navy’s birthday, a milspouse tells us her story.”

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Job Satisfaction: Do you love work or hate work?

The data around this topic is murky—some surveys determined that the majority of Americans love their jobs, while other surveys determined that the majority hate their jobs—but the main point is this: Lots of people either love or hate work, while some fall in between. What about you? Love work, hate work or fall somewhere […] Read Article “Job Satisfaction: Do you love work or hate work?”

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Social media and work: don’t get fired over Facebook

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, you name it. Social media is great when it comes to connecting with friends and family and staying current with news, but is it preventing you from getting a job—or putting you in danger of getting fired from your current job? Those questions are significant because we all put so much […] Read Article “Social media and work: don’t get fired over Facebook”

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Avoiding Career Suicide: 7 Tips to Stop Interrupting

In today’s fast-paced society, speed often trumps courtesy. We’ve become accustomed to countless interruptions each day: expecting (and even welcoming) impromptu visits, text messages, social media alerts, or the click of an incoming call during a conversation. Yet, most of us would agree that being interrupted mid-sentence during a conversation still triggers a pang of […] Read Article “Avoiding Career Suicide: 7 Tips to Stop Interrupting”

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What to Do After the Interview

You’ve read countless articles about how to prep for an interview, and how to make it go smoothly, but how much do you know about that rough time before you get that email or call? The job search process can be long and grueling at times, and Best-in-Class companies are 17% more likely to ensure […] Read Article “What to Do After the Interview”

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10 Tips to Create an Effective Resume and Get Noticed

Working on the executive recruitment team, one of the most common questions I’ve been asked was, “Can you look at my resume?” Unless a resume was truly in need of help, I could reformat it fairly quickly. Since I’ve been in this industry the resume always seems to have a cloud of confusion and mystery […] Read Article “10 Tips to Create an Effective Resume and Get Noticed”

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Becoming a CEO

There’s a lot happening in the world today. It’s easy to feel as though our voices don’t matter. It’s easy to feel buried. But seeds are buried too, and with a little help they can grow into something strong and productive.   What makes a person, a company, or an organization special is their ability […] Read Article “Becoming a CEO”

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Updated Outdated Career Advice From Dear Old Dad

From playing handyman around the house to embarrassing their kids, dads are experts at so many things! If there’s one thing you can always count on dear old dad for, it’s advice. But things have changed since the prime of baby boomers in the workplace. Here’s a look at some of the outdated advice we hear […] Read Article “Updated Outdated Career Advice From Dear Old Dad”