Am I Considered a Job Jumper?

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The days of staying in one job for more than a year or two are over. For this, we can truly place some blame on millennials, who Gallup calls “The job-hopping generation.” These youthful workers, born between 1980 and 1996, have proven themselves to be the generation most likely to switch jobs. What makes workers… Read more »

Stop Losing Talent at the Last Hour – Best Practices for Closing on a Job Offer

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How many times have you done your best to recruit a candidate, only to have them walk away from the job offer? Say you’ve developed a good relationship, checked out their social media profile, checked references, made your best offer … and still lose the candidate to another company. It’s a competitive world out there… Read more »

Why Giving Recognition Is So Important for Employees Working in the Hospitality Industry

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It’s human nature to want praise for a job well done. This is especially true in the challenging hospitality field, where workers are tasked with pleasing their customers in a variety of settings, from restaurants to hotels and more. But sometimes managers are hard-pressed to remember to praise employees, especially when they are busy or… Read more »

Get Noticed! Add These 4 Things to Your LinkedIn Profile

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As the leading social networking site for professionals, LinkedIn is the perfect platform to promote yourself and seek employment opportunities. Hiring managers and recruiters search the site regularly for promising job candidates, and the networking possibilities can lead to newly opened doors you may not otherwise encounter. Getting discovered on LinkedIn starts with taking the… Read more »

Thinking About a Career Change? Ask Yourself These Questions

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Job hopping is a common topic these days, especially with millennials’ reputation for not staying put very long. On average, people in this age group change jobs four times within their first 10 years out of college. Often, “job hopping” has a negative connotation, especially to older generations. But regularly changing jobs has benefits. It… Read more »