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14Dec

Signs to Switch Your Job

Finding a lucrative career that is also fulfilling is indeed a long tiring process that requires trial and error. This journey allows you to move up the career path while figuring out what

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21Dec

How to Search for Holiday Jobs in 2020?

Although seasonal jobs exist round the year, the holiday season, in particular, requires an additional level of skilled and temporary support. It's a win-win for both employer and

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21Dec

How to Find Qualified Employees?

It’s said that employees are the assets of a company, and we couldn’t agree more. Indeed qualified employees can play a significant role in running a business smoothly and efficiently

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21Dec

How to Build a Resume and Find Employment Fast?

Your resume is the first interaction the potential employer has with you. Therefore, it needs to be impressive so that they shortlist you for the next step—a test or an interview. This is why

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22Dec

Ways to Avoid Employee Burnout and Boost Productivity

Do you notice a downfall in employee productivity? Wondering why employees aren’t performing the way they used to? Then, it could be employee burnout and exhaustion. That’s right, sometimes in

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28Dec

Top Tips to Prep for Your Job Interview

If you have an interview on your schedule, and it’s your first one, then you must be having mixed feelings—nervous yet super happy. It is super okay to feel this way, but you need to exude

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28Dec

What do Hiring Managers Look for in Job Seekers?

If you applied for a job and have now been scheduled for a job interview, good luck! However, at this time, you must be both happy to have been shortlisted for the interview but nervous about what

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28Dec

Tips to Avoid Job Scams

As the internet and online employment sites continue to revolutionize the process for job hunting, the risk of coming across and falling into the pitfall of job scammers have also increased. There

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27Jan

How to Follow Up After a Job Interview?

After a job interview, most candidates count the possibilities of landing the job in their minds. Some think that they didn't do well and move forward with their lives looking for another