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  • A Comprehensive Guide to Becoming a Better Conversationalist

    Have you ever stood awkwardly next to someone at a party because you didn’t know what to say to them? How about at a networking event or on a first date? You're not alone if you’ve ever experienced this uncomfortable silence. Many people struggle to master the art of being a great conversationalist.

  • 10 Importancies of Setting Realistic Goals

    We’ve all heard how important it is to set professional and personal goals. Developing and establishing goals keeps us motivated and moving forward in life. But not all goals are created equal. If you’re chasing goals that are too lofty, you’ll end up disappointed when you cannot reach them. Setting goals that are achievable and measurable is the key to success.

  • Email Etiquette Principles - Why is it Important 

    Why is email etiquette important? Let's imagine you're hiring for a new role, and you’ve just received the email below.

  • How Long Does it Take to Hear Back from a Job?

    Are you applying for your very first job? Maybe you’re anticipating your termination from your current role and want to be proactive. Either way, waiting to hear back on your job application can be stressful. If time has passed since you applied, you may wonder how long does it take to hear back from a job. Well, the answer is... it depends. 

  • 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.

  • How to Build a Supervisor Resume

    Writing a great supervisor resume doesn't have to be rocket science. All you need to do is figure out what the company requires and how best to appeal to their needs. In other words, see the resume as your “key” into any organization of choice.