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2017 Fort Worth Admin Awards

2017 Fort Worth Admin Awards

2017 Fort Worth Admin Awards Earlier this month, over 400 professionals throughout Tarrant County met at the Fort Worth Convention Center to honor and recognize exceptional individuals who exemplify administrative excellence. The administrative professionals were nominated by their colleagues and peers based on their dedication, perseverance, and leadership within the workplace and their communities. The […]

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The Five Barriers To Success

The Five Barriers To Success

  If you are experiencing a lack of progress in your career, it is easy to offer up reasons that have nothing to do with you. It’s the economy, company policies, the boss, or maybe you never received proper training. These may all be true, but it may also be time to take a step […]

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Four Strategies for Promoting Your LinkedIn Profile

Four Strategies for Promoting Your LinkedIn Profile

The Internet is full of advice on setting up your LinkedIn profile to help you find jobs.  But once you have your own corner of this thriving social media site, what should you do next? The most effective job candidates don’t just set up a LinkedIn profile – they also promote their profile, connecting others […]

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Mid-Year Check: Are You Meeting Your Staffing Goals?

Mid-Year Check: Are You Meeting Your Staffing Goals?

Summer is officially here.  How’s your staffing coming along? If you haven’t taken a look at your staffing plan since January, now is a great time to review it.  A quick mid-year review can help you ensure that your company is on track to find the people it needs as it achieves each of its […]

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Resigning Employee: Should You Let Them Go? Or Try to Convince Them to Stay?

Resigning Employee: Should You Let Them Go? Or Try to Convince Them to Stay?

When one of your best employees puts in their two weeks’ notice, it can feel like a crisis.  Your instinct may be to jump immediately to the arguments in favor of the employee staying.  But should you? Sometimes, an employee’s exit is the best thing for everyone involved – and sometimes, it’s an unnecessary loss.  […]

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5 Time Management Tips To Achieve Better Work-Life Balance

5 Time Management Tips To Achieve Better Work-Life Balance

Work-Life balance has indisputably become a common goal for society and we are all racing to find the formula to achieve it.  Some opt to request a flexible work schedule, to work from home or more vacation time for personal wellness.  While there very well may be factors outside of our control, one factor we […]

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8 Networking Tips for Introverts

8 Networking Tips for Introverts

If the mere thought of handing out a few dozen business cards to relative strangers at a networking event exhausts you, you’re not alone.  About one in every four people is an introvert, meaning they gain energy from spending time alone and expend it when they engage with other people. Although the business world is […]

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6 Essential Traits to Look for When Hiring Managers

6 Essential Traits to Look for When Hiring Managers

Hiring good managers is essential to the smooth running of a business. The number one reason staff leave jobs are due to a poor relationship with the boss.  Finding excellent bosses helps retain staff and boost engagement. When hiring for a management position, here are six essential traits to look for: An understanding of the […]

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9 Tips for Finding a Job After College Graduation

9 Tips for Finding a Job After College Graduation

College graduation is an exciting time for graduates. If you’re looking for a new job after college in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, here is your quick-start guide to getting it right: Look further than your college’s career services office. Career services is a great resource – but they’re not the only one out there. Use […]

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Social Media: The NEW Resume

Social Media: The NEW Resume

Are you on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, or Instagram? Good! Move over resume! Here comes social media. I recently met with a hiring manager who screens all applicants on social media sites prior to inviting a candidate for an interview. Her priority is to “make sure they are a good fit for our company culture.” What […]

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3 Ways to Avoid Losing Job Candidates

3 Ways to Avoid Losing Job Candidates

“I changed my mind.” -Potential Hire Picture this: Your top candidate accepts the job offer, asks how they can prepare for onboarding and announces their excitement about the start date – only to call you two days later.  “I changed my mind,” your candidate says.  “I won’t be starting next week after all.” Sound nightmarish?  […]

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3 Ways Millennials Can Use Their Generation To Their Advantage

3 Ways Millennials Can Use Their Generation To Their Advantage

3 Ways Millennials Can Use Their Generation To Their Advantage Millennials have acquired a reputation in the work world for being “lazy” and “entitled” – but this reputation is largely based on rumor, not fact. On the flip side, millennials have a passion, curiosity and drive that previous generations are thought to lack. Here’s how […]

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How to Ace a Phone Interview

How to Ace a Phone Interview

4 Ways To Ace Your Phone Interview Phone interviews are commonly used by companies that want to screen applicants by talking to them before investing the time in an in-person visit.  This makes the phone interview a hurdle you must clear before moving on in the hiring process. Here are some of the best ways to […]

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10 Quick Tips for Recruiting IT Talent

10 Quick Tips for Recruiting IT Talent

Technical Recruiting Tips As the economy rebounds, finding top IT talent has become tougher than ever.  Here are ten easy ways to recruit the IT staff you need without blowing your budget: 1. Look in the Right Places Where do IT professionals seek work? Studies indicate that nearly all of them check job boards as […]

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5 Steps to Work Towards a Management Position

5 Steps to Work Towards a Management Position

Steps to Help You Work Towards a Management Position Want to work your way into a management or leadership position? Climbing the corporate ladder can be tough, especially if you intend to do it quickly.  But it can also be highly rewarding and provide the kinds of challenges that make it worth showing up to […]

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