How To Interview Like A Pro

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The rules of job-hunting sound pretty simple, don’t they?  Make sure your resume is free of typos and fluff, showcase your achievements and credentials in an elegant cover letter, and wait for the interview requests to come rolling in.  If you are well-qualified for the job, you may feel pretty confident until the phone starts… Read more »

Positive Attitude in the Workplace

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We all feel that way, Another day at the office. Hearing that alarm go off, and thinking just 5 MORE MINUTES!! We are human beings- we get burnt out! Keeping a positive attitude can be CHALLENGING! Here are some tools to help you get through that slump in your day: Get a good night sleep… Read more »

From Couch to 5k

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Good Morning Team, It’s time to get moving! With the Holidays just around the corner it’s time to turn up the heat and move your feet! Two Roads will be participating in the Couch-to-5k held every Saturday at Joe’s Crab Shack in Long Beach at 8am, until Nov 4th. If interested details are listed below:… Read more »

Performance Appraisals

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Hey everyone, it’s Molly again from the HR department at Two Roads! Today’s blog focuses on the importance of companies partaking in Employee reviews/appraisals. Often times management forgets the importance of employee reviews. Employee reviews/appraisals are ways for employees to see where they stand on their performance in the work place. It is also a… Read more »

Company Culture With A Generational Gap

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Hi Everyone – This is HR Molly and this is my first blog ever.   I am the HR guru here at 2Roads and I keep our team in check.  At least some of the time!!  I live in OC and am getting married this summer. I plan on blogging frequently about HR and Workplace related… Read more »

4AM

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Over the past couple months I have been taking on more and more responsibilities at the office.  Trying to be maximize efficiencies, boost production, more dinero.  You know the drill.  I have stretched myself into new areas, such as social media.  What the heck am I doing???   As a result, I have found myself with… Read more »

How to Prepare for a Phone Interview

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Companies often conduct phone screenings or pre-interviews before inviting candidates to their offices. This applies when: Candidates will have a long commute. There are a large number of applicants. Personality is more important than experience or qualification. The job involves talking to people on the phone. If your phone interview has been set up through… Read more »

Three Simple Job Search Tips to Put Into Practice

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If only job hunting could still be as simple as seeing a job posting in the classifieds, applying for the position, and starting your new employment endeavor. Job search today is more sophisticated , trickier, and highly competitive. You have to be imaginative, savvy and smart to be successful. Just responding to advertisements in the… Read more »

How To Become A Better Writer

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If you work in an office or run your own business, you’re likely to spend a good portion of your day writing. You’re writing emails, proposals, blogs, invoices, reports and social media updates. Some people enjoy writing, while others detest it. Here are some ways to become a better writer, right away: Be Clear and… Read more »