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Driving Employee Engagement Step Two – Be Human

March 25, 2016 By CTBGraham1 | Write Comment

Today I'm sharing a deeper look at Step Two of the employee engagement process as described in 4 things you're missing to drive employee engagement. Step Two: Be Human! Being human seems simple enough, it really means just be yourself. So why is that so hard to do? Well, when you put it inside the...more >>

Driving Employee Engagement Step One – Just Smile

March 14, 2016 By CTBGraham1 | Write Comment

Today I'm sharing a deeper look at Step One of the employee engagement process described in 4 Things You’re Missing to Drive Employee Engagement. Through my many years of leadership experience and engaging teams, I have seen that we are often missing important opportunities that are right in front of us, every day Step 1...more >>

4 Things You’re Missing to Drive Employee Engagement

March 14, 2016 By CTBGraham1 | Write Comment

Over the past few years I have been enthralled with the ever changing aspect of employee engagement, and how everyone is reinventing (or least re-writing) the wheel. It is amazing to see all of the aspects of driving engagement and new ideas, but it’s disappointing if we never really see the numbers change. As a...more >>

5 simple proofreading tips that help perfect your resume

March 12, 2016 By CTBGraham1 | 3 Comments

The last step in completing your resume is often one of the most overlooked. Proofing a resume takes just a little more time, patience and concentration. But after writing, rewriting, critiquing and perfecting the document most people are tired of looking at their resume and skimp on the proofing portion of resume development. It’s tough for...more >>

Understanding Applicant Tracking Systems: How to get your resume read by a human

March 2, 2016 By Matt Krumrie | Write Comment

Like it or not, in today’s job market, it's highly likely a software program will read your résumé before a human ever sees it. An applicant tracking system (ATS) is a software system that employers use to handle a variety of recruitment needs, including the uploading and screening of résumés. And if you’ve ever applied...more >>

4 Tips for Professionals Looking to Switch Industries

February 29, 2016 By Matt Krumrie | Write Comment

Workers and job seekers have always had to adapt to changes in technology and other barriers. Change is inevitable, says Paul Fornelli, an award-winning sales, sales management and sales training professional. He is the author of Sales Readiness: A Template for Success and has over 20 years of sales experience in B2B wholesale mortgage banking, PEO, capital medical sales, and...more >>

The panel interview: 5 tips to impress the group and get hired

February 24, 2016 By Matt Krumrie | Write Comment

The panel approach involves multiple people interviewing one candidate at the same time. Why do companies conduct interviews in this manner and what do you need to do to succeed? This article covers that and more. If your resume is getting interviews - that's great. But if you are not getting job offers, consider reaching...more >>

4 resume writing strategies job seekers 50+ must use to stand out from the crowd

February 22, 2016 By Matt Krumrie | Write Comment

For the job seeker over the age of 50, or anyone with 20-25+ years of experience in their career, it's hard to know what to highlight and what to leave out when writing a resume. With so much experience, a resume could easily get to three or four pages. But as the Star Tribune article...more >>

Why you shouldn’t rely on friends or family members to review your resume

February 19, 2016 By Matt Krumrie | Write Comment

Every resume article preaches the importance of reviewing your resume. You know - that one mistake can cost you the chance to get the job. By now we all know not to make mistakes.  Many resume articles also tell you to get a number of people involved in reviewing your resume. Have your colleague review...more >>

Work-life balance: 8 tips for managing personal and professional obligations

February 18, 2016 By Matt Krumrie | Write Comment

As many employees are still reveling in the romance from Valentine’s Day, it’s a great time to revisit their relationship with work too. In a new survey of professionals from Robert Half, 54 percent said they are more committed to their personal lives than they were a year ago. That’s a greater percentage than those...more >>

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