Don't Wait to Change Jobs Until You're Unhappy
Don't Wait to Change Jobs Until You're Unhappy

By Todd Chandler
on September 2, 2020 in Candidates

Making a career change on someone else's timeline never benefits you. By exploring job opportunities before it's necessary for you to change jobs, you put yourself in the driver’s seat of your career. In some cases, 'if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it' might be great advice, but when it comes to your career - fix it before it breaks!

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Resignation is a One-Way Process
Resignation is a One-Way Process

By Jay Dubac
on August 5, 2020 in Candidates

It’s important to remember one thing despite the challenges that may come along with submitting a resignation: resigning from a job is a one-way process, not a negotiation. Candidates must be prepared, decisive, firm, and gracious to ensure they make a smooth transition from one job to another.

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Looking for a Way to Maximize Your Career? Consider Relocation
Looking for a Way to Maximize Your Career? Consider Relocation

By Bill Wolfe
on July 9, 2020 in Candidates

Relocation is a major life change that may seem daunting. But in many cases, it can be the key to unlocking life-changing career opportunities.

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7 Tips for Writing a Resume That Will Make a Good Impression in Under 10 Seconds
7 Tips for Writing a Resume That Will Make a Good Impression in Under 10 Seconds

By Todd Chandler
on June 27, 2019 in Candidates

Here are seven ways to make a great first impression with your resume in under 10 seconds. Writing a great resume is the best way to get your foot in the door, so make sure it’s representing you well.

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Are Digital Missteps Costing You Job Opportunities?
Are Digital Missteps Costing You Job Opportunities?

By Kimmel & Associates
on June 7, 2019 in Candidates

Don’t let your social media adventures cause you to lose out on potential job opportunities. Your internet presence is a Forever Stamp of you and your character, so make sure you’re representing yourself well.

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Top 5 Soft Skills Necessary for Success in Today’s Construction Market
Top 5 Soft Skills Necessary for Success in Today’s Construction Market

By Kimmel & Associates
on May 15, 2019 in Candidates

Construction companies look for employees who possess these top five soft skills: communication, flexibility, interpersonal, problem-solving, and work ethic. Non-technical skills are critical to success in the construction industry.

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Change is Scary, but Regret is Scarier
Change is Scary, but Regret is Scarier

By Todd Chandler
on April 9, 2019 in Candidates

Chances are good that a change in your construction career is going to come. When a great opportunity comes along, don’t let fear hold you back. Change is scary, but regret is scarier.

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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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