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  • When you're looking for a job, the hiring process can seem mysterious. Learn what steps most companies follow so you can put your best foot forward.

    Everything you need to know about the recruitment process

    Familiarity with the recruitment process will give you insight about what to do at each stage which can improve your chances of landing a new job.

  • Feel like your career has stalled? Here are five warning signs and how you can get things moving again.

    5 signs your career has stalled and how you can restart it

    Do you feel like your career has slowed to a stop? It’s not uncommon for professionals in their mid 30’s to 50’s to feel this way. There are few things more frustrating than failing to make progress—luckily, there’s plenty you can do about it.

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    Hit The Bullseye With Your Communication

    Most people can talk. But then they risk assuming that uttering words is the same as communication. It's not. Genuine communication is much more than merely expressing an opinion or dumping information. It's all about connecting: connecting with people's hopes, dreams, values, concerns.

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    3 Ways to Better Connect With Co-Workers

    If you could spend 40 to 50 hours per week with a handful of (living) people, who would you pick? Chances are you are going to say your significant other, best friend, some famous actor or actress and possibly even your favorite bartender.

  • Have you got a gut feeling that your hire is a bad fit? Here are the warning signs that you’ve hired the wrong employee and how to fix it.

    6 warning signs you've hired the wrong person for the job

    Wrong hires happen more regularly than most businesses want to admit. Our research found that almost two in five say they have hired the wrong person in the past and that the individual was in the role no longer than two weeks before they were identified as an incorrect fit.

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    5 counterintuitive ways to beat distractions at work

    You're constantly distracted, and you've tried every conventional method to beat it, from time blocking to the Pomodoro Technique and installing extensions to block certain websites. But no matter how badly you want them to work, they don't. Doing any sort of deep work is a constant struggle, and you're sick of not being able to focus.

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    The Best Career Advice That Almost No One Takes

    Tweet This Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin You're getting the interviews, but not landing the job. Back at square one every time, you do the usual: polishing your resume and finding new ways to say the same old thing.

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    Science Reveals The Best Times To Network, Quit Your Job, And Host Meetings

    Did you know that your mood and energy levels have natural daily rhythms? And that because of that, you can structure your day and your tasks according to when each will be best-suited for highest outcomes? Thanks to best-selling author Daniel Pink's latest release WHEN: The Scientific Secrets Of Perfect Timing, he dissects the science behind the best time to do just about anything.

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    Ever Wonder Why Working With Some Co-workers Is So Hard? Here's A Big Reason Why.

    Bad interpersonal skills aren't always behind why "that other person" is so hard to work with. Sometimes, good people with good interpersonal skills still have a hard time working together. It comes down to differences in preferences for how you work.

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    Finding the Right Career Path: 3 Tips for New Grads

    Review the 20 most compelling finance and accounting interview questions you need to ask your top job candidates to discover their skills, knowledge and... These 25 administrative assistant interview questions can help you get a fuller picture of a candidate, and, ultimately, make smarter hires.

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