Who relocates during a pandemic? | Robert Half reveals new trends in the Jobs Industry

Jobs Industry, Technology, Career Development, Talent Acquisition, Remote Workforce, Hiring Cycles, Hiring Managers, Robert Half Agency, Workers, Work from Home, WAH, Pandemic, Hiring Trends, Coronavirus, Covid-19, Anywhere Workforce, Allied Movers, Paul McDonald, Salary, Negotiations,

Previously Published on News Break In case you haven’t noticed, our economy has been re-opening since the introduction of vaccines. People are traveling again. Others are looking for work. And, hiring managers are back on the scene, recruiting for their latest openings — yet, so much of our regular hiring processes have changed. Last month, one company reported that more than 29% of working professionals would quit their job if not allowed to continue working […]

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Staying Productive During the Holiday Season

ADHD, ADD, Moms with ADD, Business, Break, Holiday Season, Family, Productivity, Deadlines, Schedule, Planning

Previously Published on News Break Relaxing in front of a toasty fireplace, we sip on hot chocolate and sing with our eight-year-old daughter. She has just discovered Karaoke for the first time and seems to be the next rock superstar, ready to make her big break. The holidays are for reconnecting with loved ones, spending time with family and rekindling the friendships we almost lost to the turbulence last year. It’s a time of great […]

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Why aren’t you getting any calls back?

APPLICATION, job search, jobs industry, hiring cycle, rejection, no calls back, resume, talent acquisition, employee turnover, seasonal hiring,

PREVIOUSLY PUBLISHED TO NEWS BREAK The Covid-19 pandemic has taken a serious toll on our economy. And for so many, it has also taken away the jobs that they’ve relied on for more than twenty years. Many of these people were so secure in their positions that they never would have imagined seeking new employment — especially so late in their careers. But, the truth is, the world will never be the same. And unfortunately, […]

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Should You List Your GPA on Your Resume? Here’s Everything to Consider

Career Development, Professional Development, GPA, ATS, Applicant Tracking Sytems, Resumes, Jobs, Now Hiring, Talent Acquisition, Hiring Cycles, Human Resources, Education, College, Hack the System,

READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON THE MUSE. To add or not to add your grade point average to your resume? It might not seem like an important question, but did you know that there are times including or not including your GPA could literally help land you the job or nudge you into the rejection pile? Adding your GPA to your resume when you don’t need to may detract from your actual qualifications. For example, […]

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When is the best time of year to hire fresh talent?

hr process 4783430 640 As entrepreneurs, we’re already busy as it is. Our budgets are limited in most cases. And, most of us are borderline experiencing “burnout” from all of the hats we’re wearing at once. Suffice to say, our time is precious, and no one lives the badge, “time is money,” with more of an honor than an entrepreneur ready to expand their business. 

As entrepreneurs, we’re already busy as it is. Our budgets are limited in most cases. And, most of us are borderline experiencing “burnout” from all of the hats we’re wearing at once. Suffice to say, our time is precious, and no one lives the badge, “time is money,” with more of an honor than an entrepreneur ready to expand their business.  A solid team, focus, and an in-demand product and/or service is pretty much all […]

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DISC personality and teaching style

Teaching Types, Teaching Styles, Learning Styles, Personality Types, Personality Traits, DISC Insights, DISC Personalities, DISC Theory, Education

READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON DISCINSIGHTS BY PEOPLEKEYS Believe it or not, your personality not only dictates your behavior, but also the way you teach, the classroom environment you create, and even the results and motivation of your students. The more you understand who you are and the more you learn about behaviors in general, you will become a more “behaviorally intelligent” educator by applying DISC theory in your classroom environment and beyond. Have you […]

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Leadership and active listening with DISC

Active Listening, DISC Personality, Personality Types, DISC Theory, Leadership, Growth, Career Development, Interdisciplinary Skills, Interpersonal Skills, Communication, Employee Relations

READ THE FULL ARTICLE ON DISCINSIGHTS BY PEOPLEKEYS Active listening is an interpersonal skill that every top professional needs. No matter if you are a business professional, sales person, executive coach or business consultant, active listening is an essential part of utilizing your knowledge of human behavior. It allows us to take both verbal and non-verbal cues from clients and begin to understand their every need. Remember, DISC is all about observable behavior so here’s […]

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5 Tips for Transitioning Managers in the World of IT

team building, career transitions, IT project manager, executive leadership, resumes, job seeker, for hire,

PUBLISHED ON MEDIUM Let’s face it, technology has rapidly changed the way we do business — and markets, themselves, are shifting in a major way. We’re seeing steady progression across an entire industry and are taking on higher-paying opportunities in sectors that we never thought we would be. Managers are entering into new markets, as the realm of technology continues to evolve before our very eyes. We demand innovation and watch it transform on a […]

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5 Reasons Every CEO Should Keep Their Resume Updated

Executive Leadership, Empowerment, Business Plans, Career Development, Clients, Partnerships

PUBLISHED TO MEDIUM As a professional resume writer, I often hear the words “I own my own business, why would I need a resume?” or “I’m pretty secure where I’m at and not planning on leaving any time soon.” Chills shoot up and down my spine. These are exactly the reasons that they need a resume, and they don’t even realize it. I mean: How could someone willfully not have all the tools at their […]

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