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Why You Should Let Your Employees Work From Home

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Flexibility and work life balance are key words that will attract any applicant looking for a new position. Allowing your employees to work from home is a great benefit to offer that promotes both of these things. This perk is becoming more than just a millennial trend that many companies are adapting, although we understand…

How to Successfully Work with a Recruiter During Your Job Search

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Looking for a new job? Partnering with a recruiter during your job search is a great way to explore opportunities that may not be posted anywhere else. Here are some tips to help you be as successful as possible when working with a staffing agency. Research Sending your information to every staffing firm will be…

The Low-Down on Phone Interviews

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Phone interviews are used to screen candidates and narrow the pool of applicants who will be invited for an in-person interview. A bad phone interview = no in-person interview = no job. Anyone who hasn’t already been through a phone interview might think it sounds like a walk in the park. Their initial thought is…

Why Summer Fridays are Beneficial

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Friday is here, the sun is shining, and your employees’ eyes are glued to the window and clock itching for the weekend.  To avoid these unproductive habits, many employers have adapted to allowing Summer Friday hours as an additional, inexpensive employee perk.  As a manager, you may be wondering why this would be beneficial for…

Amp Up Your Onboarding Program

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First impressions are everything. The candidate did what they could to “wow” you and your hiring staff, so now it’s your turn to impress your new hire. 90% of employees decide whether to stay with a company within the first six months of starting a new job. So the question is, what needs to be…

Cleaning up your Social Media Presence Before Graduation

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It’s approaching that time of year again. Soon colleges and universities across the country will be graduating a new crop of individuals ready to enter the job market. It can be a daunting time in your life, full of change and uncertainty. But before you put on that cap and gown, and walk across that…

Welcome Diane Robinson!

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Diane Robinson Key Resource Group is excited to announce the newest addition to our staff, Diane Robinson. Diane joins the KRG team as a Staffing Manager, and she brings over 20 years of sales and career counseling and training experience to her new role. A true professional, she excels at helping candidates prepare and strategize…

Utilizing a Recruiter in your Job Search

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Recruiters save you time, act as your advocate, and keep your job search confidential. Regardless of what industry or city you’re in, searching for a new job can be a challenge. If you are employed, but looking for a new opportunity, you’re limited by time constraints and fears of your job search getting back to…

Beat Those Job Search Blues

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As the winter drags on, and it seems that spring is still so far out of our reach, it can be easy to get a case of the winter blues. Add that to a long or unexpected job search, and you can easily see how morale and self-esteem can suffer because of job search blues….

Mistakes Made During Salary Negotiation

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Don’t Make Any of These 4 Salary Negotiation Mistakes So you’ve made it through the interview process and you’ve been presented with an offer. Your first instinct is to accept it, right? After all, you’re excited and caught up in the moment. When you are accepting a new job, it’s important to make sure you…