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Welcome Jeff!

Jeff Teplitsky, Staffing Manager Key Resource Group is excited to announce the newest member of our team, Jeff. Jeff got his career started in the sports industry after graduating from Niagara University in 2014 from the Sports Management program. He started his career in Cleveland working for the Cleveland Browns before returning home to work…


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Showcase Remote Work Experience on your Resume

Remote work is hotter than ever, for both businesses and job seekers. After non-essential businesses had no other option but to allow their employees to work from home, many decided to keep their teams working remote for the long-haul once realizing that their employees did just fine, if not better than before. Going forward, these…


Ann Cardena

Congrats, Ann!

Our team as a whole is genuinely thrilled to announce an internal change: Ann Cardena has been promoted from Senior Executive Recruiter to President. As many of you already know, Ann is passionate about helping others succeed in their professional careers and is truly amazing at what she does. Ann is an 8-year veteran of…


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The Objective Statement is Dead

Trends are constantly changing, and it’s no different when it comes to your professional résumé. If you haven’t had to look for a new job in several years, know that there’s probably much more to update on your résumé than just your most recent position. Similar to the phrase “References available upon request”, the objective…


retain employees during a pandemic

Hiring and Retaining Employees During a Pandemic

With state orders constantly changing, and a fear of a potential “second wave”, the future is still so uncertain. Every company will continue to make their own business decisions as time goes on, but the safety and well-being of employees should always remain top of mind. To prepare for the weeks and months ahead, it’s…


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Looking to Change Your Career Path?

Need a career change? Whether you have been struggling to find a new job in your specific industry, or you’ve simply decided that you want to find a career path that is a better fit, you need to prepare for the challenge.  Here are some quick tips to help you get ready for this big…


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Beware! Work From Home Job Scams

Before COVID-19, remote work was already incredibly popular, and the majority of workers craved the option to work from home. And now that so many companies had no choice but to direct their staff to work from home due to state mandated pause orders, some of those businesses are making the decision to never go…


temporary workers

Need Immediate Help? Utilize Temporary Workers

While we continue the re-opening of our region, there is still a lot of uncertainty. None of us can predict the future, and some businesses still aren’t comfortable hiring employees to their staff on a direct hire basis without knowing for sure how re-opening will impact our area. To avoid the long-term commitment, utilize our…


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Starting a New Job Remotely: COVID-19 Edition

Have you always dreamed of working from home? Although working remote definitely has its perks, many workers have now realized that there’s a lot more to it than just lounging in sweatpants with your dog. Starting a new job in general can be scary and a huge life adjustment. However, the first day in a…


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Strategic Questions to Ask an Interviewer

“Do you have any questions for me?” The pressure is on! This can be one of the most intimidating questions asked in an interview if you aren’t prepared. However, it’s essential that you deliver appropriately. It’s always suggested that you ask something. Any question is better than no question, but if prepared wisely, the questions…


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