How to Stay Motivated When Searching for a Technical Job Over the Holidays

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It’s hard to do anything over the holidays, let alone something as stressful as searching for a job. But it still has to get done. Here’s what you can do to remain stress-free and stay motivated, even during a difficult time. Set “Business Hours” For Your Job Search While you’re looking for a job, you’re… Read more »

Hunt For Talent is Getting Tougher!

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Is the talent market softening? My travels so far this year have taken me across the United States to large government contractors, medium and small commercial companies and the answer is a resounding NO!   The demand across the board continues to build to record levels and the supply of qualified professional and non-professional workers is… Read more »

How Aligning Your Company to a Cause Benefits You & Your Staff

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Is there a charity or mission that you truly believe in? Consider making it a part of your company culture. Aligning a company with a cause isn’t just a great way to make the world a better place — it can also benefit you and your staff in countless ways. Court the Best Employees Employees… Read more »

How to Stay Organized When Job Hunting

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On average, a job seeker has to apply for 27 jobs to get a single interview. How do you keep all of your information straight? You don’t want to apply for a single job multiple times, and you don’t want to mix up your interviews. Here are some tips for staying organized. Build a Spreadsheet… Read more »

Vacation Over – Next Level Time

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I am finishing up my annual retreat to the Sierra Nevada mountains in Central CA and as usual, am full of fresh new ideas on how to take my personal life and business to the next level.   My family has a cabin in Huntington Lake and I have been spending portions of my summer… Read more »

How to Keep A Positive Attitude When Job Hunting

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It can be hard to maintain a positive attitude when job hunting, especially if you’re in an extremely competitive market. In competitive markets, there can be hundreds of applications for every job. Even if you’re well-qualified, you’ll be facing a lot of rejection. How can you cope?  The Importance of a Positive Attitude Job hunting… Read more »

Queen Mary 5K

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RACE DAY VIDEO!! Our team is always trying to find a good work + life balance, so we decided to embark on a 5k running program.   In mid February started a “couch to 5k” program with a blank slate.   The idea was for us to post our run/walks with post-its on the board and… Read more »

Team Building Fun in Winter Sun!

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Our team got some downtime during the holidays and right back to it in January.   We are very thankful to our business partners across the country for pushing us to a record breaking fourth quarter of 2017.    We have huge goals and challenges ahead this year and got the team together for some our annual… Read more »

Small Realistic Changes Create Good Habits

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New Year’s Resolutions are always eagerly picked up in January and abandoned by the time February comes around. It isn’t that you don’t want to make a positive change — it’s that New Year’s Resolutions tend to be so momentous and overwhelming that they simply aren’t achievable. It isn’t that you can’t meet those goals;… Read more »

On-boarding Organization

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Often times in HR we take pride in making sure we are ALWAYS administratively compliant. It can be challenging at times, especially if you are juggling multiple clients, with multiple requirements. From background checks, e-verification’s, client documents, and state law policies it can almost be common to misplace a sensitive material along the way! The… Read more »