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    How to Highlight Leadership Experience on a Resume

    Leadership experience is a high priority for many new hires. This is especially true when employers seek to fill positions of authority.

    Those who have developed their leadership skills tend to be more motivated. They are typically better at solving problems and more effective communicators. Leaders are more passionate about their careers than those who lack any experience in leadership.

    Thus, most employers tend to make leadership experience a high priority in new hires. This is especially …

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    How to Dress for a Post-Pandemic Job Interview

    The pandemic is changing the parameters of how to dress for a job interview. New fashions and old traditions can make job hunting a puzzle. The pandemic is changing the parameters of how to dress for a job interview. New fashions and old traditions can make job hunting a puzzle. Should you still “dress for success?”

    Despite what has been reported in the news media, it’s not always that easy to get a new job. There are many help wanted …

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    6 Mind-Blowing Cover Letter Tips to Highlight Your Skills and Experiences

    Whether you’re testing the waters or actively looking for your next career move, knowing how to structure your cover letter will get you noticed.

    Your cover letter is an opportunity to highlight what you bring to the table in your professional capacity. It tells the person reading it who you are, where you come from, …

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    6 Tips to Succeed in a Virtual Interview

    As the impact and restrictions of coronavirus are felt worldwide, companies are having to turn to virtual interviews as a way of hiring and assessing candidates. With social distancing measures likely to be in place for some time, virtual interviews are set to become more common in the coming months. Here are six tips to …

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    Worst Interview Mistakes

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    If you go to numerous interviews and still being turned down by employers, you may be doing the below interview mistakes. Employers may not be tolerated for mistakes, especially if there are too many applicants for the same position. Therefore, avoid the below common mistakes.

    Not Dressing Appropriately: Know the dress code of the company…
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    What Employers Look For In New Graduates

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    September is usually a busy month for graduates or college seniors who are about to graduate. Many schools invite employers and recruiters during September in order to help their students get hired. However, finding that very first job is not always easy because there are many other students competing for the same positions in the …

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    How to Stand Out From the Crowd

    It is important to distinguish yourself from the rest of the crowd if you want to find a job which you are really excited about. You need to make an impression that will make people remember you. This impression both needs to be on paper such as on your resume and cover letter as well …

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    Red Flags to Watch for On a Resume

    As an employer, you probably receive hundreds of resumes every day, especially if you are the hiring manager of a well-known brand. However, do you know the red flags to watch out for in these resumes? Below are the most common signs to look for.

    Job Hopping: If a candidate changes jobs frequently, this should…
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    Jeffrey Pfeffer: Why Employers Should Care About The Health Of Their Employees

    I spoke to Jeffrey Pfeffer, author of Dying for a Paycheck: How Modern Management Harms Employee Health and Company Performance—and What We Can Do About It, about why he wrote the book, the employee burnout crisis, the importance of corporate wellness programs, what we can learn from other countries about creating a better work environment, …

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    Jeffrey Pfeffer On His New Book “Dying for a Paycheck”

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    I spoke to Jeffrey Pfeffer, author of the new book, Dying for a Paycheck: How Modern Management Harms Employee Health and Company Performance—and What We Can Do About It. Pfeffer is the Thomas D. Dee II Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He has authored or coauthored fourteen books and …

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