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  • 5 Effective Ways on How to Turn Around Career Stagnation

    In 2015, Gallup Poll revealed that 32% of American employees were actively engaged in their jobs. The majority were doing the work on an autopilot. It was an alarming figure, as it revealed that most Americans were stagnating in the office.

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  • Is the Flexible Working Schedule the Future of Workforce?

    As Avril Lavigne said in her hit song "Complicated", why do you have to go and make things so complicated. Employers were compelled to adopt the flexible working policy, as there were many factors behind it. Hectic lifestyle, if not the lack of free time, leading to work-life imbalance. A work routine that could affect the motivation of anyone, everyone. Company unable to grow (or move on). Not all companies are allowing their employees to have a flexible working schedule, though.

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  • Find Your Number: How Long Is Too Long to Work at a Company?

    There's no such thing as a long tenure in a company unless you're lucky to find a job you truly love to do and a boss (and workmates) who share your passion and enthusiasm. A test comes now and then, though. How long is too long to work at a company?

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  • 5 Successful Tactics on Acing a Job Interview

    Spring should be the right time to make a list of resolutions if you feel like the winter suck out the spark off you. Monday is not your favorite day of the week, if not you're thinking about a sabbatical. Banish the thoughts, as you haven't been hired. Yet.

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  • Mar 20th 2018

    The 5 Traits You Need to Recruit A Great Team

    It's about expectations and requirements. It might turn out to be great expectations and falling short on requirements. A recruiter has a daunting task, which is not for the faint heart. Employers want the best applicants, and recruiters agree to it. Some aren't hired after the interview, though. Timing plays a part. There's also the overqualified objection. (You can read more about it in a previous post.)

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  • Mar 6th 2018

    5 Ways to Address the Overqualified Objection

    If you're a mature applicant, if not working for a company for many years, then you must be aware of the risk of finding another job. There are no responses after sending your resumes, but it doesn't mean that you're not the right candidate for the position you're applying. There's a possibility that you're bypassed in favor of a younger applicant.

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