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4 Awesome Apps for Administrative Professionals

  Administrative professionals are expected to wear a lot of hats in the workplace. From scheduling meetings to planning travel — even managing social media accounts — it can be tough to keep everything organized. The good news is, there are multiple apps that can help you better manage your responsibilities. Here’s a look at 4… Read More »

Tips for Setting Goals with Your Recruiter

  Never worked with a Kansas City recruiter before? You might not know what to expect. But one of the most important aspects of the relationship involves establishing goals. When there are clear-cut objectives in place, your recruiter will be better able to match you with career opportunities that are the right fit for you.… Read More »

5 Podcasts Every IT Professional Should Listen To

  You know it’s important to stay up-to-date on IT news and to continually develop your skills in an ever-evolving IT world. But as any busy IT professional knows, it’s not always that easy. With a job that takes up much of your day, it’s hard to find time to keep up with new tech… Read More »

These Highly Successful Habits Will Turn You into an IT Leader

  Some tech innovators have strange habits. Take Sandy Lerner, co-founder of Cisco Systems. She’s into jousting. Mark Zuckerberg, on the other hand, announced his intention to become fluent in Mandarin, whereas Japanese inventor, Yoshiro Nakamatsu, known as the father of the floppy disk, likes to hang out in his “Calm Room,” a bathroom tiled… Read More »

5 Career Resolutions You Should Make for 2019

  Every year, you vow to hit the gym more, drop that bad habit, or finally book that trip you’ve been longing to take. But how often do you make career resolutions for the New Year? Maybe you’ve been pining for a new job, or that big promotion. Or maybe you’d just like to enhance… Read More »

3 Ways to Build Skill Set Diversity in Your Team

  It’s been proven time and again that organizations that embrace skill set diversity also see their productivity numbers increase, as well. This is simply because this kind of diversity boosts innovation, problem solving and creativity, translating into higher profits and more revenue growth. That being said, incorporating more diversity into your team isn’t always… Read More »

How Soon Can You Leave a Job?

  When you accepted your new job, it seemed like the perfect fit. But after a few months, you realize it’s just not for you. Even though you just started, you’re already thinking about jumping ship — but you don’t want it to look bad on your resume. It’s a question many professionals have asked:… Read More »

Differences Between Corporate Recruiters and Agency Recruiters

  In the recruiting world, there are two different types of recruiters: Corporate Recruiters and Agency Recruiters. Corporate Recruiters are employed by a company to find candidates for their open positions. Agency Recruiters are employed by a staffing agency. When a company needs to fill a position, they partner with a staffing agency to find… Read More »

Ever Lied on a Resume? 75% of Employers Can Tell

  A recent CareerBuilder survey revealed that 75% of employers have caught a lie on a resume. So if you’re tempted to exaggerate the truth, fudge facts, or outright deceive on your resume, don’t do it. The odds of getting caught are relatively high and once you are, you’re not only out of the running… Read More »

Applying But Not Getting An Interview? Here’s What to Do

  It’s a common problem for many people. You submit multiple applications but never hear anything back. You’re qualified and have the right experience, but for whatever reason, you’re not getting anywhere. Don’t lose hope. There are a few simple things you can do to improve your chance of getting an interview. Revamp Your Resume… Read More »