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Posted June 13, 2016 by

Top 9 excuses for not attending a job interview

 

Oh no! Something has gone horribly wrong and now you can’t attend the job interview! What can you possibly say to the company to make them give you another chance? Well, whatever you are going to say, may I suggest that you say it as early as possible? Call in a timely fashion. This will show them you respect them and their time. This is vital if you want to make certain that you’ll get another chance. (more…)

Posted February 17, 2015 by

How to Find a Real Estate Broker to Work For

Collage symbolizing the real estate business. Elements of the business.

Collage symbolizing the real estate business. Elements of the business. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

If you are in school and want to work for a real estate broker, you need to consider your options, think of your needs and take your time to choose the right company. When doing so, you can get the most out of the experience. In fact, if you are wise you will sit down and come up with a list of things you want. With this in mind, here are five tips on how to find a real estate broker to work for. (more…)

Posted June 03, 2014 by

Understand The Job Description Of Criminal Attorney

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Lawyer holding a criminal law book. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

There are times when due to some bad investigation, some innocents are associated with any criminal cases. During such instances, taking help of a legal helper seems to be the first and most eminent option for you to deal with. However if you start browsing through the internet, you will come across various lawyers and also companies, which can offer you with the best criminal defense services. If you are a novice in this field, this might turn out to be a daunting task for you to deal with. During such instances, you have to check the reviews of the best companies and also ask for tips and advices from none other than professionals, related with this field, for quite some time now. (more…)

Posted February 25, 2014 by

Want Your Resume Noticed for Recent Graduate Jobs? 10 Tips to Help You Stand Out from the Competition

In order to compete for recent graduate jobs, you need to have a top notch resume.  The following post has tips to help recent graduates stand out from the competition with their resumes.

According to a recent study, for every job a recent graduate applies for, they’re competing with about 160 other applicants. That’s a lot of competition! So how do you get your resume to stand out from a sea of equally (or even more) qualified people? Check out these 10 resume writing hacks that will help your resume get to

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Posted October 09, 2013 by

Experiencing Conflict on Your Entry Level Job? 3 Ways to Resolve Confrontations at Work

There may be times on your entry level job where you will deal with conflict among co-workers.  When this is the case, you need to handle it appropriately.  The following post discusses three ways to resolve confrontations at work.

What causes confrontations?   Improving confrontations in the workplace is often a matter of understanding the origins or motivation for each type of confrontation, which often stem from specific circumstances. Knowing the source of a given confrontation can often be key to understanding how to defuse it if you are a manager, or handle it if

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Posted October 07, 2013 by

Tips to Transition into an Entry Level Job After Graduating from College

As a young professional, you should expect changes once you’ve graduated from college and then start your entry level job.  Learn how to make a successful transition in the following post.

Going from college to an entry-level position in the workforce can be a jarring transition. Use these tips to make it as smooth (and successful!) as possible.

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Posted September 16, 2013 by

When Crowdsourced Employees Tarnish Your Brand

Network of people representing crowdsourcing icons

Network of people representing crowdsourcing icons. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

There are many advantages to crowdsourcing your staff. You are able to split large projects into tiny tasks, and activate thousands of workers across every time zone to complete your work quickly and efficiently. You are able to work with individual independent contractors, skipping the expenses associated with full-time employees. You are also able to work remotely, saving office and overhead expenses.

However, working with thousands of anonymous employees has its hazards. When your crowdsourced staff feels slighted or underappreciated, they take their complaints far and wide. Suddenly, your brand is being identified as a bad place to work, and is also being associated with an inferior product. (more…)

Posted May 23, 2013 by

Working in Recent Graduate Jobs? Prepare for Your Performance Review

For people who have been working in recent graduate jobs, there may a come a time to have a performance review.  The following post has information to help you prepare for this meeting.

Whew! The review is over and we don’t want to think about it again for another year.  But, could that be a mistake?  Could it be that performance reviews can actually be valuable tools in helping us reach our career goals? The answer to both questions is – yes!  If

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Don’t Mess-up Your Performance Review – Tips for Being Well-Prepared