Author: Katie Davis

Being an Effective Interviewer

Everyone agrees that employees are the lifeline of any business. So if hiring the right people is so important… why are most interviewers never trained on how to interview? Being an “Effective Interviewer” has never been so crucial. In honor of #TBT we are going back one year to revisit a blog written by Chief Operating […]

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Senior Mechanical Designers Needed – Merrimack, NH

Immediate openings for 4 talented Senior Mechanical Designers to join a talented team on a contract basis.  These roles will have an initial duration of 9-12 months and will require strong SolidWorks design and drafting skills utilizing the ASME Y14.5 standards.  These are advanced level positions in which work assignments require the regular application of […]

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Even in a Fast-paced World, You Can’t Rush Customer Service

We live in a fast-paced world. Our food is “fast” or internet is “high speed”, our movies are “on demand”… but you’ve got to wonder – is quality ever sacrificed for moving too quickly? In my opinion, no matter how instant our world becomes, customer service is just one of those things you can’t rush.

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Creating a Job Specific Resume

So you’re on the hunt for a new job and have discovered an opening that’s a perfect match for your qualifications and career goals! The only problem is that you’re not sure how to create a job specific resume. With a little time and energy, here are a few ways you can revise your current […]

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Resume Action Verbs that Make an Impact

First impressions are everything. When applying for jobs, your resume is the employer’s first impression of you. You want to make sure it sounds professional while still sharing a bit of personality. Using powerful action verbs to describe current and past responsibilities will make more of an impact than you know! Here is a list […]

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