Job Seekers: Avoid These Hiring “Red Flags”

There are certain things that potential employers see on a resume that act as “red flags’. Things that jump out, and instantly cast a pall of suspicion on an applicant.

Recently, the recruiters at Med Career News set out to describe some of these hiring red flags. While they are…

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Work Attire: More Casual These Days

Half of senior managers interviewed recently by staffing firm OfficeTeam said that employees wear less formal clothing than they did five years ago.

Casual Friday is taking over the rest of the week, it seems.

Nearly one-third (31 percent) of office workers say they prefer to be at a…

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Advice for New Managers

Being promoted to a management role is one of life’s milestones. For many professionals, it marks the moment that their careers really began. However, it’s not all peaches and cream.

In fact, new managers face a number of challenges. Recently, the staffing pros at Robert Half Management Resources…

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American Workers Are Vacation Challenged

A depressing new study finds that many Americans don’t get enough vacation days, and many are shy about taking the ones they do get.

Staffing firm Accountemps conducted a nationwide survey, and found that one-third of professionals (33 percent) feel they don’t have enough vacation time.

Worse…

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When You Want to Land a Job, Timing Is Key

Job seekers have different opinions on what time of day is the best time for a job interview. Should you be the first interview, or the last? Some new data suggests that the early bird gets the worm – or job.

Staffing firm Accountemps recently interviewed a number of corporate chief…

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