Don’t Be An Expert: Be a Translator
Don’t Be An Expert: Be a Translator

By Lynn Failing
on September 25, 2018 in Candidates

The best strategic move in today’s supply chain market is to “go wide not deep”; don’t be an expert, be a translator.

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Offering and Accepting Counteroffers: It’s a Mistake!
Offering and Accepting Counteroffers: It’s a Mistake!

By Jeremy Carver
on August 29, 2018 in Candidates

Counteroffers are a mistake for both employees and employers. Offering and accepting counteroffers leads to issues of broken trust and questioned loyalty.

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A Strong First Week in a New Job Can Set a Strong Foundation
A Strong First Week in a New Job Can Set a Strong Foundation

By Billy Doubraski
on June 6, 2018 in Candidates

A strong first week in a new job can set a strong foundation for future success. Starting with these small steps can help ensure a positive start in a new job.

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Lessons From Construction Executive Recruiters: The Top Five Things Managers Look For in a New Hire
Lessons From Construction Executive Recruiters: The Top Five Things Managers Look For in a New Hire

By Billy Doubraski and Justin Wilkins
on February 19, 2018 in Candidates

In order to be the candidate a company cannot afford to overlook, make every effort to raise your level of professionalism. Here are the top five qualities construction industry managers look for in a new hire.

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6 REASONS YOU MIGHT MAKE A JOB CHANGE
6 REASONS YOU MIGHT MAKE A JOB CHANGE

By Kimmel & Associates
on APR 12, 2016 in Candidates

Before considering making a change, consider where you are right now and where you might like to be in the future. Ask yourself these three...

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MIND YOUR MANNERS: PICK UP THE PHONE
MIND YOUR MANNERS: PICK UP THE PHONE

By MEREDITH LOVE
on APR 4, 2016 in Candidates

If you are just starting your career, please learn the importance of soft skills. Some recent college graduates struggle to understand...

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BE OPEN TO RELOCATION
BE OPEN TO RELOCATION

By BILL WOLFE
on MAR 23, 2016 in Candidates

Manage your career by being open to relocation. Don’t let relocation get in the way of a life-changing opportunity.

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MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IMPACT YOUR CAREER
MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IMPACT YOUR CAREER

By Kimmel & Associates
on MAR 15, 2016 in Candidates

Acquisitions and mergers are a part of the business world. It happens in almost every industry. Smaller companies springing up all around...

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ACCEPTING A COUNTEROFFER AFFECTS YOUR JOB
ACCEPTING A COUNTEROFFER AFFECTS YOUR JOB

By BILLY DOUBRASKI
on MAR 9, 2016 in Candidates

If the perfect opportunity presented itself to further your career, move closer to family, and make even more money? Would you consider...

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INTERVIEWING AND RECRUITING STRATEGIES TO ATTRACT THE...
INTERVIEWING AND RECRUITING STRATEGIES TO ATTRACT THE...

By JUSTIN WILKINS
on FEB 25, 2016 in Candidates

Has your company changed your interviewing and recruiting strategies to reflect the new economic changes?

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IF YOU’RE NOT LOOKING FOR A CAREER CHANGE,...
IF YOU’RE NOT LOOKING FOR A CAREER CHANGE,...

By BILL WOLFE
on FEB 23, 2016 in Candidates

Open the Door Do you have a recruiter saved in your cell phone contacts? What about your dentist, doctor, lawyer, insurance agent? You...

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RESUMES FOR CORPORATE RECRUITERS
RESUMES FOR CORPORATE RECRUITERS

By KIMMEL & ASSOCIATES
on FEB 11, 2016 in Candidates

Corporate recruiters will spend less than 30 seconds scanning a resume to answer the question, "Am I interested in talking further with...

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