How to Use Your Punctuality to Get the Job

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Punctuality is a highly sought-after trait in employees. With 29 percent of workers admitting to showing up late to work at least once a month and 16 percent weekly, mentioning you’re punctual can give you the edge over other candidates. Here are some ways to promote your attendance record on your resume and during the… Read more »

How to Make Your Temporary Employees Feel Welcome

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Settling into a new job can be difficult and overwhelming for a temporary employee. They’ve got to get up to speed and learn new tasks as well as get acquainted with their new co-workers. Here are some ways to make your temporary employees feel welcome and make the time spent at your company a positive… Read more »

Making a Bold Impression When You’re an Introvert

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Interviewing for a job can be difficult if you’re an introvert. Following a few helpful hints can help you make a bold impression and a better connection with your recruiter. Use Proper Body Language A big part of what an interviewer thinks of you will be based on your body language, so here are some… Read more »

Questions to Ask All Administrative Candidates

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Administrative workers play a significant role in the success of a company. Whether it’s scheduling appointments, organizing files or providing phone support, they can take on a variety of tasks on any given day. So, of course, you’ll need to find the ideal person for the job—someone who possesses the right hard and soft skills…. Read more »

How to Help Your Team Learn from Constructive Feedback

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Constructive feedback is something nearly all employees will encounter at some point in their career. It’s an essential component of growth and personal development. Unfortunately, not everyone responds well to constructive feedback, and the initial response of many employees is to become defensive or even angry. Here are some tips to help your team accept… Read more »