Category: Resume Writing and Interview Tips

4 Things to Remember When Making Your Next Hire

I’m sure most of you have read articles and blogs with tips on the right questions to ask when making a hire; or maybe you have been hiring for years and hand crafted a personal hiring technique.  Whether you are experienced or brand new to hiring, here are a few things to keep in mind […]

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3 Ways to Deal with the Salary Question

3 Ways to Deal with the Salary Question

Starting in July 2018, Massachusetts new pay equity law will not allow employers to ask job candidates about salary history. In the meantime in Massachusetts, or for the other 49 states, how can you, the job seeker, answer the salary question?

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Top 5 Tips to Prepare for a Job Fair

Top 5 Tips to Prepare for a Job Fair

I hate to say it but summer is winding down. I know school kids in Georgia have gone back to school, and I drop off my two college students in the next 2 weeks. It’s been a great summer, but now for many people it’s time to start up that job search again. Job fair […]

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Make Your Resume Stand Out!

Make Your Resume Stand Out

As recruiters, we post new jobs almost every day with each posting bringing in anywhere from 20 to 100 applicants.  It’s been said that a recruiter can read a resume and determine if it would be a fit in 10 seconds or less. Now many may be thinking: “That doesn’t seem like a lot of […]

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Communication Skills Matter

Communication Skills Matter

If you look at almost every job description, whether you are in Engineering, Manufacturing, Software, Business Development, Marketing, or IT, communication skills are part of the job. Can you work well with others, be a team player, and communicate effectively?

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The Do’s and Don’ts: Tattoos and Piercings in an Office

Seeing working professionals with multiple piercings and exposed tattoos is becoming more common as younger people enter the workforce. More than any other generation, Millennials are all about being uniquely individual, whether it is with the way they dress, the piercings they have or the tattoos that they get. However, it is still important to […]

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