Why Little White Lies on Your Resume Can Turn into a Big Problem

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Finding a great job that checks all the boxes on your list isn’t easy, so when you spot your ideal position, you want to pull out all stops to make a great impression. It can be tempting to stretch the truth about some of your skills or past job experiences to present yourself as the… Read more »

How Long Should Your Resume Be?

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Your resume is the single most important marketing tool you have in your job search, but that doesn’t mean it can be as long as you want. Hiring managers typically receive an overwhelming amount of applications for each open position, so if you want yours to be read in entirety, it needs to be perfectly… Read more »

4 Things to Look for in a Mentor

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Navigating a successful career path is hard work. Sometimes the most obvious choices are the exact wrong move, while seemingly obscure routes will lead you to your destination. In time, you’ll likely figure some of this out on your own, but having a mentor on your side can help you get a lot farther in… Read more »

How to Make Your Mid-Year Reviews Count

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It’s hard to believe it, but June is already here! Your employees are probably about to start taking their summer vacations, so before things get hectic around your office, make time to give mid-year reviews. This valuable one-on-one time with each of your staffers is a great opportunity to touch base and focus on the… Read more »

Hiring? Ask Yourself, Why Should Someone Work For You?

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Hiring decisions hugely impact the future of your company, so it’s important to extend offers wisely — but you already know that. You have a few open positions on your team, so you’re ready to jump in and get the hiring process started, but before doing so, take some time to look at each opportunity… Read more »

6 Ways to Become a Leader Pt. 2

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You have great ideas and incredible vision for the future, so you need use them to your advantage. Last month, we started this two-part series to help you become a leader. Hopefully, you’ve already gotten the process moving by putting the first three approaches we shared into action — making self-improvement a constant priority, finding… Read more »

Summer Time Brings Vacations. Add to Your Staff Now!

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The days are getting longer, the sun is shining a little brighter and temperatures are heating up — clearly summer is upon us. Your office is buzzing with employees’ plans for summer fun at home in Dallas and on vacations across the globe. As a generous boss who values your employees, you want everyone to… Read more »

How to Move Forward When You’ve Outgrown Your Existing Opportunity

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Now that you’ve been at your job for a few years, you’ve come to a crossroads. What was once a fulfilling, challenging role has become mundane. You spend much of your workday bored because you’ve accomplished every goal the job has to offer. As an ambitious person, you want to get out of this career… Read more »

6 Ways to Become a Leader Pt.1

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If you’ve been sitting on the sidelines watching others take the lead, it’s time to get off the bench and show the team what you’re made of. To become an outstanding leader, you don’t need decades of work experience or a slew of impressive credentials to your name — you just have to believe in… Read more »

Improve Your Job Listings to Find Better Candidates in 2016

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Improve Your Job Listings in 2016

December is a great time enjoy the holiday season, reflect on the past 12 months and start looking ahead to the new year. If the caliber of job applicants you received in 2015 is one of the things you’d like to improve, figure out what you’re doing wrong now, so you can make a fresh… Read more »