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Candidate advice: 10 bad habits your recruiter wants you to avoid

Everyone wants to highlight their best qualities and skill set when they apply for a job. Sometimes, however, candidates rush through the process, trying to get out as many applications as possible. You may not know that this is a formula for making errors or

5 steps to being better prepared for your job interview

Congratulations!  You have been selected for an interview at Company XYZ.  Now what? Are you nervous?  Has it been a while since you’ve gone for an interview? Or maybe you have had a few interviews but didn’t get selected to move on to the second

Recruitment technology: glimpse the future in this new HR video

Recruitment technology: the new world of talent tech is changing the way that great candidates are discovered and hired. What does the future hold? Imagine tomorrow’s talent processes, today. Watch the video to discover what’s in store for hiring managers, HR leaders, and candidates. All

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Contract jobs: what to consider before becoming a contractor

The contract workforce has grown rapidly over the past few years, with more exponential growth predicted. If the growth of the contract workforce continues on pace, more than half of the US workforce will be freelancing by 2027, according to a 2017 study by Upwork

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HR Trends and the Workplace in 2017

By now you’re done glancing in the rearview mirror as 2016 recedes behind you, and you’re fully focused on your career ahead. Whether you are a team leader thrilled with your current position, in full-on job search mode, or curious about opportunities down the road,


Hiring in Charlotte: Job Growth, Quality of Life & Controversy

U.S. News & World Report ranks Charlotte as one of the top 20 best places to live in the United States. Its warm climate, Southern charm and impressive job growth has lured many transplants to the North Carolina city. Charlotte is also a U.S. banking center with blossoming