How to Show Your Boss You are Ready for More Responsibilities

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If you’re feeling stagnant and bored at work, you’re much more likely to feel unmotivated, stressed out, or irritable. Plus, if you can get your manager’s attention and demonstrate your value, you’re much more likely to be thought of when a promotion is available or to earn a raise at your next review. If you’re… Read more »

Five Employee Retention Strategies to Implement

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Retention is a key factor in the process of hiring and managing people. Recruitment can be expensive, and turnover can lead to expensive disruptions in business, so companies have a vested interest in making sure they work hard to keep those they hire on board for the long haul.  How can you raise your retention… Read more »

Tips for Making Your Resume Stand Out

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The whole job-hunting process starts with your resume. A resume is a convenient way for HR professionals to get the highlights from your career and get a feel for your education and experience; however, recruiters see a lot of resumes. It’s important to make sure yours is accurate and effective to make sure you have… Read more »

The Top Agile Certifications that Will Fast-Track Your Career

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Agile may sound like an industry buzzword, but it’s actually an important IT skill that can help advance your career. Agile refers to a way of working that focuses on processes that promote adaptable project management. It also encourages teamwork, accountability and adherence to best practices with an emphasis on flexibility. The Agile method of… Read more »

Tips for Following up After the Interview

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The interview is over and you’re feeling accomplished and relieved. But now what? The waiting between leaving an interview and hearing back from a company can be one of the most nerve-wracking or stressful parts of the job application process. Is it a good idea to follow up with an employer and ask if they’ve… Read more »

Tips for Making Your Resume Stand Out

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The whole job-hunting process starts with your resume. A resume is a convenient way for HR professionals to get the highlights from your career and get a feel for your education and experience; however, recruiters see a lot of resumes. It’s important to make sure yours is accurate and effective to make sure you have… Read more »

Top Tech Certifications You Need in Your Career

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If you’re looking to increase your pay or advance your career, you don’t want to simply wait for the opportunity to open up or a promotion to land in your lap. While being a top-performing employee can increase your chances for a better position or a pay raise, there are other ways to ensure that… Read more »

Are You Suffering From Burnout?

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Stress can be a side effect of every job. Tight deadlines, last minute projects, important client presentations, and co-worker tension can all lead to difficult days and stressful situations. If there’s no reduction in stress, it can easily lead to burnout. Burnout is a dangerous symptom of intense stress, and it can happen to anyone…. Read more »

What to Do if You Didn’t Get the Job

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Applying for jobs can be like a job in and of itself. Searching job boards, working with recruiters, perfecting your resume, customizing cover letters, going to interviews, writing follow up emails, and then the waiting. And even after all that work, sometimes it doesn’t work out in your favor. Rejections happen – it’s part of… Read more »

How to Improve Your Communication Skills

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Communication skills are among the most sought-after skills in any job posting for just about any industry. In an increasingly competitive business landscape, more engineers, architects and programmers are finding themselves immersed in projects, while technology and computer programming students are trying to get the essentials under their belt to take into their future careers…. Read more »