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  • Common Misconceptions HR Has About Independent Contractors

    The “gig economy," which refers to the large group of individuals who choose to work as independent agents, has been growing rapidly since the mid-2000s. Actually, it’s exploding. According to a 2023 Fiverr survey of 2,000 US workers, “73% said they will either start freelancing or continue freelancing in 2023”. Here are some more amazing statistics to note:

  • How To Decorate a Cubicle for Inspiration & Productivity

    You know the negative reputation cubicles have – dull, dreary, gray. How can you possibly be expected to sit in one every day and be your naturally productive, enthusiastic, and upbeat self? The answer lies in decorating your cubicle so it sparks creativity and feels welcoming. While this might seem impossible given the bland canvas you have to work with, take heart because it’s totally doable! 

  • How do Employers Verify Education?

    At any stage in your professional journey, you may come across an employer or a recruiter who asks to verify your educational credentials. This shouldn’t come as a surprise as 30% of candidates admitted to lying on their resumes, yet 79% of them never get caught. In fact, 85% of employers in the US who conduct background checks find that candidates have lied on their resumes or job applications. 

  • Land a Production Supervisor Job With These 5 Resume Tips

    Have you been working as a team lead on a factory floor or in a manufacturing plant for several years? Do you consider yourself a leader who excels at managing and coaching others? Can you monitor and optimize production processes? Do you recognize the importance of employee safety and compliance? If you’re answering yes to all of these questions, then you’re definitely in the right place.

  • Assistant Manager Resume Guide

    It can be very challenging for many individuals to find a job in the current economy. As a result, the unemployment rate is only starting to decrease after being at its highest since the Great Depression. One of many reasons this is occurring is because this pandemic has encouraged people to quit their jobs to search for better working conditions, become entrepreneurs, or change careers.

  • The Ins and Outs of Building a Resume From a Bar Manager Job Description

    Many people turn their noses up at bartending jobs, as they do for most jobs in the food service industry. Little do they know, bartenders possess a lot of unique skills. Even though these jobs can require little to no education, bartenders must go through extensive training or schooling. Additionally, the demand for these jobs is extremely high, and the career growth opportunities often bring bartenders into management positions after years of experience.