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3 Things to Include in Your December HR Memo 3 Things to Include in Your December HR Memo (…Ahead of Your Holiday Party) December 11, 2019 When December comes around, it’s time to prepare for your company’s holiday party. Because some employees may not have attended a company party before, and other employees may need reminders of behavior expectations, you want to… Read More »
applying for a job you think you're unqualified for Why You Should Apply to That Job You THINK You’re Underqualified For December 4, 2019 When you’re searching for a job and come across a post for something you’d love to do, you might find that you don’t fill the qualifications the hiring manager is looking for. Rather than being disappointed and moving on… Read More »
Making a better work environment How to Set the Stage for a Better Work Environment November 27, 2019 Part of creating a desirable work environment involves setting the proper tone. Since their environment heavily influences teammates' motivation, you want to create as pleasing an atmosphere as possible. Your team will be more creative, productive,… Read More »
Organization as a project manager Organization Habits to Set You up for Success in Your Office Manager Role November 20, 2019 Working as an office manager comes with many responsibilities. One is keeping the entire office organized. Although you may be focused on other tasks, if you don’t keep the area orderly, productivity will decrease. When staff have… Read More »
Email greeting 6 Alternatives to Saying “I Hope This Email Finds You Well” November 13, 2019 “I hope you are well” is not a great opening line for an email. This is especially true if you don’t know the recipient. If you say you hope they’re doing well, it sounds contrived and… Read More »
appreciate employees 5 Affordable Ways to Show Your Employees You Appreciate Them November 6, 2019 Your employees are what make your company operate. Without them, you couldn’t remain in business. Finding and keeping the best employees takes more than just money. They want to know their contributions matter and make… Read More »
Ready to Land Your Dream Job? Four Ways to Build Your Personal Brand January 23, 2019 When you think of branding in the traditional sense, you think of the impression a company or product makes on you, and the qualities you associate with it.  When you think of Volvo, what comes… Read More »
New Year … New Career January 9, 2019 5 Ways to Keep Your Job Search On Track in 2019 Now that the presents are unwrapped and the ball has dropped, it’s time to get serious about your New Year’s resolutions. Most of us… Read More »
How to Make the Perfect Hire October 31, 2018 One of the biggest mistakes a job candidate can make is not putting in the time to properly prepare for an interview. But what many interviewers don’t realize is that they, too, need to prepare.… Read More »
Ghosting Employers Is the New Trend…Here’s Why You Should Never, Ever Do It August 15, 2018 With unemployment at its lowest rate in almost 20 years and the pool of qualified job candidates suffering severe drought conditions, the competition for talented employees is hotter than ever – and leading to a… Read More »
The 5 People You Should Surround Yourself With When Looking for a New Job, And Who You Should Avoid April 19, 2018 The job search process is unique to every person. For some, it’s an exciting period of time and they view it as the hunt for their next mountain to climb; they’re seeking out opportunity and… Read More »
Recruiting Guide 2018: How Best to Work with a Recruiter [The Employer Edition] March 21, 2018 Last week David Vigliotti, Vice President at Sales Search Partners, shared his thoughts on recruiting trends impacting the candidate experience in “Recruiting Guide 2018: How Best to Work with a Recruiter [The Candidate Edition].” This… Read More »
Recruiting Guide 2018: How Best to Work with a Recruiter [The Candidate Edition] March 13, 2018 Business is booming, and so too is the battle for top talent. [We’re hiring sales professionals, start your job search here.] But, 2018 is going to be a recruiting year unlike any other. The perfect… Read More »
What to Wear: To an Interview, and Beyond January 24, 2018 We’ve heard them all before: Dress for the job you want, not the job you have. You only have one chance to make a first impression. When in doubt, always dress up. All of these… Read More »
5 Reasons Why Companies Turn to Specialized Recruiters January 9, 2018 An employer brand, or the reputation a company has among job seekers and in the general community as a company to work for, is important. It’s what they’re known for providing as an employer. And… Read More »
Nailing the Interview: How to Not Over Prepare November 14, 2017 Ever heard of those pesky little things called behavioral interview questions? You know, the questions that start out with, “Tell me about a time when…” or "Give me an example of…” These questions are meant… Read More »
Helpless vs. Resourceful October 24, 2017 Over the last 13 years of hiring people for our company we have tried to come up with some profile or some marker to look for how to determine who has a better chance of… Read More »
The Puzzle of Building a Diverse Team September 27, 2017 Posted by Maura Mann, Vice President It has been an exciting couple of weeks for me professionally. We are coming up on The Nagler Group’s 10th anniversary and I celebrated my 6th anniversary here. I… Read More »
Labor Day Report: Employment Trends and the State of the Workforce September 8, 2017 Labor Day celebrates the U.S. worker. It is a day intended for rest and relaxation, and for those of us tracking employment trends, it is a day of reflection and foresight. Where We Have Been… Read More »
Taking Stock of Your Team’s Culture February 28, 2017 Why Now? The start of the new year is a time to reflect on the successes and challenges of the previous year, and set goals and expectations for the coming year. How will you monitor… Read More »