Preparing for The Interview of Your Life

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You’ve been studying and working all these years for this moment – the C-level interview. You’re probably a little nervous, but you also know you have the experience and knowledge to be great at the job. Try these tips to polish your answers and nail the interview. Prepare stories that showcase your leadership abilities If… Read more »

Pros and Cons of a Remote Workforce

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In the information age, it’s possible to manage a company from almost anywhere in the world. But with these newfound possibilities, troubles can arise. While companies love to offer flexibility and trust to their employees, some find their collaboration and teamwork suffers. So what are the benefits and downsides of a remote workforce? We’ll walk… Read more »

The Evolution from Customer Service to Client Experience

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Client Experience: More Than Just Customer Service In the past, “customer service” was an all-encompassing term used to describe the interactions between sales associates, other company representatives, and customers. Customer service was primary associated with fielding requests and complaints and providing a smooth customer experience if problems arose. Now as retail drastically evolves from brick-and-mortar… Read more »

Cybersecurity Jobs You Need to Be Hiring for Today

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With a surplus of more than one million cybersecurity jobs available today, the cybersecurity industry is experiencing a short supply of skilled workers with huge demand for talent. For small businesses and large corporations alike, this trend is expected to continue for years to come. As businesses store more and more sensitive company information behind… Read more »

Cybersecurity Horror Stories

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As work and life become increasingly digital, a skilled cybersecurity department is critical for your business, and it’s not hard to see why. Google the term “cyber attack,” and you’ll find names like eBay, TJX, and even Target on the list of recent victims. When sites like these are hacked, it allows the intruder access… Read more »

The Evolution of HR: Traits of Today’s Modern HR Leaders

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Traits of HR Leaders

The advancement of technology and the improvement of systems has changed the way businesses do virtually everything. These advancements also prompted changes in management style and requirements, particularly in HR departments. In the past, HR professionals were tasked with less complex responsibilities like record keeping, compliance, fostering employee relationships, and hiring and firing employees in… Read more »

3 Benefits of The New LinkedIn Job Search Tools

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3 BENEFITS OF THE NEW LINKEDIN JOB SEARCH TOOLS

Are you unhappy with your current job? Looking for a new job can be daunting. It is time-consuming and almost impossible when you are already locked into a full-time position. A lack of time and resources often leaves would-be job seekers trapped in jobs they dislike. Many passive job seekers are also fearful that their… Read more »

How to Handle a Layoff: Four Expert Tips to Inspire a Major Comeback

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How to Handle a Layoff: Four Expert Tips to Inspire a Major Comeback

The nature of technology is that it’s constantly changing, and the tech market can often be highly unpredictable. Just last year, security companies like FireEye and Palo Alto were flying high in response to a wave of high-profile data breaches. But now the threat landscape has evolved, and we’ve seen their valuations dip. Sometimes these… Read more »

Q1 Update: IT Staffing Trends for 2016

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Q1 Update: IT Staffing Trends for 2016

Day after day, there are new skills, certifications and job opportunities arising within the IT industry. Now that we are four months into the year, have you forecasted the next eight months for your staffing business and hiring plan? Let’s take a moment to learn more about the latest trends emerging in 2016. As we… Read more »

It’s Time to Spring Clean Your Hiring Process

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It’s Time to Spring Clean Your Hiring Process

It’s that time of year again—birds are chirping, flowers are blooming and the sun is shining. Recently, you adjusted your clocks for Daylight Saving Time, then soon after, you welcomed the spring equinox. So long, winter! Now that March has been an eventful month full of transitions, why not take some time to spring clean… Read more »