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3 Signs That Your Employee is Over employed

Some workers have discovered a clever (and unethical) way of cheating the system by being employed full time with multiple companies. It’s called over employment and here are the signs to look for:

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How to Handle a Counteroffer from a Job Candidate

Do you think the candidate is engaged in a bidding war with another firm? If that's the case, it's best to withdraw your offer and wish the candidate the best for their new job.  

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4 Reasons You Should Never Accept a Counteroffer From Your Current Employer

If you’ve accepted a job offer from another company, it’s possible that your current employer will counter that offer. However, a counteroffer can backfire, and here are 4 reasons why you shouldn’t accept it.

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3 Signs That a Quiet Quitter Works for You

Quiet quitting occurs when an employee feels they aren’t getting what they need from their job and simply gives it their bare minimum. If you have a group of quiet quitters, you may have a bigger problem either with management, culture or your company focus. But this presents some BIGGER opportunities...

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The 3 Questions Your Resume Should Answer

Statistics show that a resume is scanned and not “read” within only 6 to 10 seconds. Hiring managers need to see resumes with information that excites them to learn more about the candidate. Here are three questions your resume should answer to increase your chances of getting hired:

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3 Resume Mistakes That Can Kill Your Job Search And The Lifelines That Will Save Your Ass

Almost a quarter of hiring managers spend less than 30 seconds looking at resumes. This means your resume needs to catch the reader’s attention immediately … but not in a bad way. Here are three of the most common resume errors that can stop your job search in its tracks:

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How To Stay Focused During Your Job Search

If you’re switching careers or are unemployed for whatever reason, it’s natural to feel stressed, emotionally tired, and anxious. But it’s important to stay focused and relaxed. Here are a few ways to get into the zone.

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How to Impress your Interviewer

Interviews can be both overwhelming and tedious at times, but they are the best opportunity to create a great first impression.

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What to Do When Your Interviewer Says,"Walk Me Through Your Resume"

When an interviewer asks you to tell them about yourself, they’ll likely ask you to, “Walk me through your resume.” This request is designed to learn about you and what you’re passionate about. Here’s how to nail your answer.

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Big Mistakes, Big Lessons: How to Grow From Professional Failures

As you push through managing your job and career, you’re going to make mistakes. Most of them will be small and fixable or even insignificant. Some will be bigger and more difficult to repair and move past. But they all will provide you with opportunities to learn and become better.

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