Tips on How to Adapt to a New Job

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Starting a new job is cause for celebration, but at the same time, stressful and downright intimidating. This mixed bag of emotions is baffling, scary – and also awesome and totally normal. Still, it helps to have some tips to lower the pressure. The ability to adapt to a new work environment and culture allows… Read more »

Onboarding Best Practices: Don’t Let Your New Hires Fend for Themselves

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You may have landed the new hire you were vying for – but now you have to keep them engaged and committed to staying with your company for the long term. In today’s competitive talent landscape, this starts with the right onboarding experience. It goes way beyond showing a newbie their desk, handing them an… Read more »

3 Ways to Learn About a Company’s Culture Before Accepting a Job Offer

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A lot of words and phrases tend to get tossed around when it comes to defining company culture. Shared values and goals. The environment. The ethos. The characteristics and personality of the place … And they’re all accurate. But what it all comes down to as you decide if an organization is the right place… Read more »

The Best Time Management Strategies When Starting a New Job

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Time is an irreplaceable asset. Once you lose it, you can never get it back again. During your first days at a new job, one of the best ways to get started on the right foot is to brush up on your time management skills. Time management is a process. It involves planning, prioritizing, and… Read more »

Are You Overlooking These 3 Important Traits in Your Candidates?

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There are numerous characteristics to look for as you evaluate job candidates. The specifics will depend on the job being filled and the hiring company, among other factors. But there are certainly transferable skills that are particularly important as you assess talent, especially in the HR arena. Here are three such critical traits. This is… Read more »

Take These 2020 Lessons to Enhance Your Career in 2021

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Besides the quickest way to change your outfit from the waist up for your next Zoom meeting, what lessons have you learned in 2020 to build your career in the New Year? Your first reaction to this question might be, “Say what, now?” Is there anything from 2020 that you want to keep? But when… Read more »

Avoid These Communication Mistakes at Work

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How do your coworkers perceive you and the job you do? Perception is reality – and that depends on the way you communicate. Handle it well, and you’ll earn trust and respect, build bridges, and make friends as well as teammates. But ignore the finer points of effective communication, and the opposite will be true…. Read more »

How to Adapt to the Hybrid Workforce

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Artificial intelligence is here to stay. It helps companies streamline operations, modernize their workforces, and eliminate monotonous, unappealing job functions. But with its growth comes trepidation, primarily driven by people’s misconceptions about AI and its impact.   The most common concern among human employees is that automation will replace them and render their jobs obsolete. In reality,… Read more »

Sales and Business Development Skills are Essential Right Now

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As the world emerges from the devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic … well, nobody knows exactly what the global business picture will look like. What is certain is that as a recruiter, you’ll need to lead with greater compassion and understanding than ever before, assessing client needs and finding a way to meet them in… Read more »

Qualities of a Successful Recruiter: Communication

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“Communication – the human connection – is the key to personal and career success.”   This is one of those simple yet profound statements that should drive what you do every day. It is the words of the American media producer and writer George Meyer, who knew his stuff, as he found fame and success with… Read more »