Painting a New Bull’s Eye

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  Every year, around the beginning of December, I ask my recruiters to set goals for next year. In January, we review those goals along with the results from the past year. I challenge my team to increase the number of placements, the new clients signed and the number of active clients. When we miss… Read more »

Career Crafting & Job Drafting

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Getting back to work after months of being furloughed or laid off can seem daunting. With so many others in the job pool, how do you find the right job for you and also make sure you stand out? This month, NACE – Charlotte Chapter invited Megan Applegate to touch on these topics in their… Read more »

What to Do in The Meantime….

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After months of being out of work, it can be frustrating to feel like there is no end in sight. At a certain point – we have two choices. We can either mope around and keep feeling sorry for ourselves, or we can use this season to better our professional selves. If we choose the… Read more »

The Biggest Employee Turn-Offs, As Told by Hiring Managers

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Hiring managers, recruiters, and employers see a lot when they’re busy interviewing candidates for a position. Finding top talent is always a challenge and these professionals spend an inordinate amount of time on the candidate selection process. It is inevitable during the rigors of hiring that we run across candidates that simply aren’t a fit…. Read more »

Hospitality Industry Career Development

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A successful career doesn’t happen. The Hospitality industry career development is cutthroat, because the industry has more talent than needed. If you want to land at the top you need to make some solid decisions. Where do you start? The ManageFirst Program, by the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation (NRAEF) and managed by National Restaurant… Read more »