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What to Expect During an Exit Interview

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Not all companies perform an exit interview when an employee announces they are leaving the company. But those that do will most likely want you to provide invaluable feedback about...
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Four Tips for Interviewing Newbies

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There’s a difference between the willing and the truly able when it comes to interviewing entry-level job candidates. It can be difficult to figure out a candidate’s real capabilities just...
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Why New Employees Fail

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According to statistics from Harvard Business Review, up to 46% of new hires fail within 18 months of arrival. Additionally, a study done by Leadership IQ states that while many...
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Get Out—Get Out Now!

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There are ways to determine if you are in the wrong job, and the last thing you should do is push your feelings aside or ignore them. When you spend...
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I’m Sorry, You’re Experienced.

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With markets fluctuating and millennials taking jobs right out of college, many companies are finding themselves hesitating when they see a resume chock-full of experience. Why? Well, for starters, employers...
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Blog Your Way to Career Success

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Blogging—the word is fairly young, making its debut in 1997 when it was coined as a “web blog.” Younger candidates may have been blogging since high school. However, for older...
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Loosen the Reins—Stop Micromanaging!

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Employees who are micromanaged end up feeling frustrated, demoralized, and demotivated. It can slow productivity, cause high turnover, and in the end, cost your company money. While some managers are...
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How to Resign Without Burning Bridges

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Ninety-one percent of millennials expect to stay in a job for less than three years, according to a recent Forbes article. And, the average worker stays with a company roughly...
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Should You Job Search While Employed?

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The simple answer—yes. Even when people are very happy in their jobs, it doesn’t necessarily mean pumping the brakes altogether on job searching. It also doesn’t mean quitting a perfectly...
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What Generation of Candidates Are You Attracting?

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Currently, three generations of workers make up the job landscape—baby boomers, Gen-X, and Gen-Y or millennials. By 2020, one third of the workforce will be millennials as baby boomers age...
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