3 Quick Tips to Help You Stand Out in a Group Interview

How to Stand Out During Group Interviews

 

The only thing more nerve wracking than an in-person interview is a group interview. Group interviews can include multiple interviewers and multiple candidates. The purpose of this style of interview is to see how you interact with others, how you demonstrate your skills in a group, and how you solve problems under pressure. If you find yourself in this setting, your main goal is to set yourself apart from the rest and secure a second interview or a direct job offer. How do you remain smooth and confident?

 

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3 Situations to Pay Attention To

Sexual Harassment: 3 Workplace Issues

 

Sexual harassment is a form of discrimination that violates the Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Sexual harassment occurs when one employee makes continued, unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature to another employee against his or her wishes. This issue is making the news a lot these days, it is imperative you know how to proceed when it occurs in your office. How well do you understand when to take action?

 

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Smart Tips for Holiday Work Parties

Tis the Season for Holiday Parties!

Are you on the fence about providing alcohol: beer, wine, or spirits for employees to drink at company events? You want your staff to enjoy your work-sponsored events, but you also want to keep your employees safe. It is possible to join the nearly 60% of businesses that have implemented a policy that encourages both responsibility and entertainment just in time for the holidays!

 

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Top 3 Tips to Beat Stress This Holiday Season

How to Balance Work and the Holidays

 

With the holidays in full swing it can be hard to find time to take a break when we’re spending more time with loved ones, planning parties and cooking, or shopping for gifts. That being said, over 56% of people surveyed reported that work is their primary source of stress; adding holiday season mania to the mix can lead to complete burn out.

 

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3 Steps Savvy People Take When Starting a New Project

3 Steps to Less Stress and More Productivity

When tackling a new or important project, starting is typically the hardest part. Some employees get stuck in analysis paralysis while putting together their game plan. Other workers may begin their project without a plan, crossing their fingers that things will work out along the way. Setting yourself up for success is a breeze with a little structure and forethought. How do you get a new project off to a solid start?

 

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How to Be LinkedIn Endorsement Savvy

LinkedIn Endorsements: What You Need to Know

 

While applying for new jobs, displaying endorsements from former employers, clients, or suppliers on your LinkedIn network profile can help you stand out. This new feature enables you to request endorsements from other users and display their testimonials on your profile page. While asking for a recommendation is easy, be sure to consider the following:

 

3 Tips to Get LinkedIn Endorsements That Matter

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Top 3 Habits Causing Misery in the Modern Workplace

Why Are Modern Employees So Unhappy?

According to Gallup, who has been measuring employee engagement in the United States since 2000, a staggering 68.5% of full-time employees in the U.S. are checked out and unhappy at work. At a time when companies are offering the most generous benefits ever, on top of technology making the workplace more efficient than ever, why are U.S. workers so disengaged? It’s important to recognize the 3 top habits that have your team disconnecting, and rectify them immediately.

 

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Compare Your Paid Holiday Schedules

Paid Company Holidays: What You Need To Know

 

The weather is changing and the holiday season is just around the corner! Employees in the United States receive an average of 7.6 paid holidays per year, according to The Bureau of Labor Statistics in the category “all full-time employees.” A 2016 study of paid time off by the WorldatWork Association and SHRM both listed the most common paid holidays in America, with the top four most widely reported as Thanksgiving, New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, and Independence Day. How can you determine which holidays to put on your company calendar?

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Get Focused!

3 Tips To Turn Up Office Focus and Productivity

 

Now that we’re in the homestretch of 2017 with the holiday season upon us, keeping your office focused on productivity is harder than ever. Focus implies paying attention to a singular thing, which can be seemingly impossible when your staff is juggling a heavy workload. The good news is, focus is a learnable skill that you can teach and practice. What steps can you take to help your office stay better focused?

 

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Get Focused!

3 Tips For Getting & Staying Focused

 

Now that we’re in the homestretch of 2017 with the holiday season upon us, staying focused at work is harder than ever. Focus implies paying attention to a singular thing, which can be seemingly impossible when you’re juggling a heavy workload. The good news is, focus is a learnable skill that you can practice! What steps can you take to stay better focused and more productive?

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