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Magellan knows that a phone interview can be awkward… Via Giphy But if you follow this list (and Drizzy’s Dance Moves), you’ll be a Pro in No Time! Via Giphy They’ll Probably Call You on Your Cell Phone. Make sure it’s Fully Charged, and get yourself in the Zone at least 15 minutes before the… Read more »

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Congratulations! You have an Interview for Your Dream Job! Via Giphy Here are some helpful tips for landing the job from everyone’s favorite manager, Michael Scott: Before the Interview, Research the Company. Find EVERYTHING You can about it- the Culture, Customer Ratings, Financial Statements – Until You can Explain them to Everyone Via Giphy Prepare… Read more »

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You Like Your Job Well Enough Via Giphy But You Start Realizing that Your Company has some Issues Via Giphy So You Propose some Innovative, Concrete Ideas for Positive Change Via Gifsoup You Bring them to Your Manager Via Giphy But your manager isn’t too interested… Your Co-Workers Just think that You’re Complaining Via Giphy… Read more »

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When your goal is to hire an outstanding developer, it’s relatively easy to pinpoint the needed technical skills. But what sets A-level talent apart is the perfect balance of high-tech and high-touch. In other words, strong interpersonal skills are just as critical in the individual who will successfully bring your ideas to life without wasting… Read more »

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As you realize your HR career goals, have you considered a position as an employee benefits administrator? It’s a rewarding and challenging role for ambitious professionals who thrive on detail, diversity, multi-tasking and assessment for continuous improvement. And it’s an excellent step as you grow your professional background and optimize your future qualifications. As a… Read more »

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The levels of honesty and accuracy associated with an organization and its team impacts its very livelihood, as well as that of its employees, customers, business partners and other stakeholders. What can you do to help ensure the highest possible standards in both these key areas?   Trust: The Basis of Honesty To set high… Read more »

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Just when you think the glass ceiling has finally been shattered, you learn things that set progress back a generation. A key example is women in the accounting workforce. Recent studies show that in order for them to have a fair shot at a partnership or other top spot, an accounting firm has to be… Read more »

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“After the boom of coal in the last decade, the 21st century is now the century of renewable energy.” These are the words of Greenpeace Climate Policy Analyst Martin Kaiser following research on renewable energy released this spring by the United Nations. The UN concluded that clean power plants and nuclear stations need to triple… Read more »

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Your resume is the first impression a hiring manager has of you – whether the position you’re seeking is temporary or permanent. If your objective is temporary work, a separate resume is advisable so you can clearly state this objective. Potential employers will quickly be able to recognize your goal of securing a temporary assignment… Read more »

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If you’re in the IT field and seeking to advance your career, the stars are aligned and it’s a great time to take it to the next level. In the words of Leon Kappelman, professor at the College of Business at the University of North Texas, “It’s a good time to be a geek!” IT… Read more »