Do You Need More Sleep?

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Not getting enough sleep is all too common for many Americans. In fact, the CDC reports that a third of U.S. adults get less than the recommended seven hours per night. They also add that failing to get enough sleep can have some serious long-term health consequences such as depression, heart disease and type 2… Read more »

Why Did You Leave Your Last Job?

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It’s a common question that arises during a job interview. “Why did you leave your last job?” This is arguably one of the most delicate topics you’ll address and requires you to handle the situation tactfully. Here’s how to discuss both the positive and negative aspects of past employment and what you have learned from… Read more »

Are You the Ideal Candidate? Prove It.

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Differentiating yourself from the masses of other job candidates isn’t always easy. But when you know you’re the ideal candidate, you want to make it abundantly clear to a hiring manager. Here are some ways to do so. Show You’re Aligned With the Company’s Mission  Workplace culture is a big deal these days. Each company… Read more »

Did You Make a Mistake at Work? How to Take Credit and Learn

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As humans we make mistakes. It’s an inevitable fact of life. But it can be especially troubling when we make a mistake at work because it often impacts other people or a company as a whole. So what’s the right course of action when you make a mistake at work? Here’s how to handle it… Read more »

Think Before You Type: 3 Tips for Proper Workplace Email Etiquette

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Research has found that the average worker spends 28 percent of their workweek reading and answering email. With so much time being spent on email, it’s critical to understand proper email etiquette and some of the essential do’s and don’ts. Here are three specific rules to follow. Address Recipients Professionally It’s important you aren’t too… Read more »

Break Free From a Negative Workplace

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Let’s be honest. Not everyone loves their job. But in some cases, a workplace can actually become toxic to the point it takes a toll on you mentally and physically. It can also drain your self-confidence and sap you of your energy. Below are some signs it’s time to break free from a toxic workplace…. Read more »

Employment Gaps? Prepare to Discuss Them During an Interview.

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Even some of the brightest and most talented job candidates have at least one employment gap in their job history at some point for one reason or another. Unfortunately, this can be problematic and even a deal breaker if it comes up during an interview and you’re not equipped with a proper response. While there’s… Read more »

Job Rejection: What’s Next?

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Dealing with job rejection can be potentially painful and a major blow to your confidence. Nonetheless, it’s something that almost every job seeker will experience at some time or another. Fortunately, if you handle it the right way, you can often turn a negative into a positive and use it as an opportunity to improve… Read more »

A Letter to Our Employees | Encadria Staffing Solutions

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  You are the key to our success…….. Make no mistake; we know our employees are the key to our success and that without you we can’t be in business.   This means that in each interaction within our process, you deserve our best.   As a Koch Industries company, our vision clearly defines the role of… Read more »

Avoidable Interview Mistakes

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Nailing a job interview and impressing your recruiter isn’t always easy, and even the most seasoned job candidates make mistakes. The problem is that doing the wrong things can really hurt your chances and squander a perfectly good opportunity. But fortunately, many mistakes are avoidable, and planning ahead of time should prevent you from making… Read more »