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Posted December 31, 2014 by

The 5 Ways Negativity Can Unravel Career Potential

Ken Sundheim

Ken Sundheim, Chief Executive Officer at KAS Placement Recruiting

The overwhelming majority of job seekers fail to ever push their capabilities to the limit. Most never come close.

Our sales recruiters have seen that the lack of achievement is not a result of lesser intelligence, education or even having a poor boss, but rather comes from a skewed perspective that is overly negative of their own capabilities.

This negative perception gives rise to a multitude of issues and in time results in a less fruitful, lucrative career. This happens in 5 stages. (more…)

Posted October 08, 2014 by

7 Simple Ways To Make Employees Love Their Jobs

Group of hardware store workers giving thumbs up

Group of hardware store workers giving thumbs up. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Contrary to popular opinion, employees are not necessarily motivated by position, power, or prosperity. Instead, the highest order of incentives come from raising employee self-esteem and offering work that stimulates a sense of self-actualization. In many businesses, office problems arise because of a high turnover rate due to front-line managers and supervisors not being aware of how to provide employees with meaningful work incentives. Proprietary office staffing offers the the ability to strategically recruit employees at all levels of management. (more…)

Posted September 29, 2014 by

Increasing Your Concentration to Improve Interviewing Performance

Ken Sundheim

Ken Sundheim, Chief Executive Officer at KAS Placement Recruiting

The ability to focus at will allows an individual to sell themselves more effectively during interviews, to set aside destructive thoughts when engaging with hiring managers and ultimately to pursue career goals with more vigor and accuracy.

Attention allows us to retrieve pertinent information from our memory, evaluate an event or hiring manager’s mood, then react accordingly.  Needless to say, focus is paramount to any job seeker’s success.

However, with the multitude of social media distractions, monetary worries and harsh self-criticism that is more and more prevalent these days, many applicants find themselves stressed out about unrelated incidents prior to commencing an interview. (more…)

Posted August 26, 2014 by

Edifications of Becoming a Speech Therapist

Child in speech therapy

Child in speech therapy. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

With the economization of several industries, it is becoming quite difficult to choose your career path, or to know whether your position would be qualified or required by the industry. In spite of this chaos, there are few areas which assure a strong possibility of career development in the upcoming years. One such area is of speech and language pathology which tends to deal with the patients suffering from speech problems like stuttering, stammering and more. (more…)

Posted March 20, 2014 by

Need career guidance? A mentor can help

Young mentor going over work with his new colleague

Young mentor going over work with his new colleague. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Managing a fast-paced career can feel a little like navigating a minefield. You want to excel, of course, not only by doing your best work, but by being innovative, confident, and creative. At the same time, you’re trying to steer clear of mistakes you’ve seen others make, as well as the plethora of unforeseen pitfalls that can cause a career to stall or become obsolete altogether. Whether you’re at the beginning of your professional career, or at the peak of it, it’s hard not to feel like you’re on your own. But it doesn’t have to be that way. Support and guidance can be yours, if you find and retain the right mentor to help see you through. (more…)

Posted October 03, 2013 by

Young Professionals, Do Your Recent College Graduate Jobs Promote Innovation? 5 Traits to Tell If You Can Succeed as an Intrapreneur

Employers hiring for recent college graduate jobs may want to consider candidates who are innovative.  These just might be the workers who come up with the next big thing for their business.  For young professionals who desire success as intrapreneurs, the following post identifies five traits to possess.

Where is it written that entrepreneurs are only sole proprietors, closely held business owners or people who start a new company? Or that the great innovators, ideators and creators always start their own companies and enterprises? You can innovate from within, too. A common misconception is that those willing to step

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Posted April 04, 2013 by

Why Your College Degree Has More Value Than You Think

A college degree goes beyond just improving your chances of getting a job and making money.  It offers other benefits as well.  The following post explains.

We all know about the obvious benefits to having a college degree—namely, a steady job and financial security. But we often overlook other benefits to higher education: quality of life improvements that deserve to be brought into focus, whether you’re on the fence about going back to school or are just having a

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