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Poll Results: The Most Popular Employee Training Programs

Is your company offering the training you want? Getting to know the ins and outs of a new company can be complicated. You’re juggling learning about the company history and culture with remembering your new co-workers’ names and getting familiar with the responsibilities specific to your position. That’s where employee training comes in. A great […]

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Job Spotlight: Plant/Manufacturing Supervisor

Supersize your career with a plant supervisor position Despite already having experience with several jobs, many working adults are unable to answer that age-old question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Our Job Spotlight monthly blog series is designed to help you answer that question. In this series, we review all […]

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Have You Considered Phased Retirement?

You’re tired of working and ready to retire, so what’s stopping you? Maybe you can’t afford it yet. Or perhaps you don’t want to stop working because you enjoy it. You want more time to dedicate to your family or hobbies, but aren’t quite ready to give your job up and retire. So, regardless of […]

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Poll: Do You Like Your Current Job?

Poll: Do You Like Your Current Job?

Jobs are tough. We have to spend hours away from our friends and family doing something we might not love so that we can afford to pay our mortgages, utility bills, and many other things. But for those who love their jobs? The paycheck becomes a bonus to the work instead of being the sole […]

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Scary-Cool Words for Your Resume

Scare off the competition with your newly expanded vocabulary Ghosts and ghouls are garish and ghastly. Zombies are zealous in their pursuit of brains. And warlocks are wild in their suspiciously suspect spellcasting. But there is one creature more frightening, foul, and fatal than all the rest: Your resume. Only a select few enjoy resume-writing. […]

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Will You Get a Job this Winter?

Here’s what the employment scene looks like. To get a better picture of how the economy is doing (and how that affects your chances of getting a new job this winter), we surveyed business owners, decision makers, and human resource professionals about hiring trends in their markets and how they impact hiring decisions. Business leaders […]

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An Intern at Any Age

Is a later-in-life internship right for you? Remember the movie The Intern? It wasn’t full of superheroes throwing trucks or giant dinosaurs eating people, but it was a great flick nonetheless. Robert De Niro plays a retired executive who has trouble adjusting to his empty schedule and decides to join a senior citizen intern program. […]

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So, You Left a Toxic Work Culture – How Do You Explain That in an Interview?

Where do you even start? Sometimes a good company goes bad. This can be for a range of reasons: from sketchy financial situations and harassment issues to nepotism and endless gossip. The possibilities are practically endless. Regardless, the result is the same—you probably leave. But while interviewing with new companies several of them ask why […]

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Are You Too Nice to Your Co-workers?

When never saying “no” turns into a problem. It’s a question they ask. Every. Single. Interview. “Are you a team player?” There’s only one right answer: “Yes.” Followed by examples of how great you are at working with a team. And it’s true—if you can’t work well with others, you’re probably going to have trouble […]

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Poll Results: Are Companies Offering the Flexible Work Employees Crave?

And how do workers define flexible work? Open up any employment news report these days and you’ll see that workers want flexible schedules. But what does that even mean? And does it mean the same thing to workers as it does to employers? We decided to find out with two polls. One here on Movin’ […]

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