Posts Tagged: Key Resource Group

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Hire the Non-Traditional Candidate

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New year, same shortage of talent. If you’re still struggling to find that perfect candidate, or any candidates at all, it may benefit you to reconsider the candidates you quickly put in the ‘no’ pile once before. Some of the best candidates for your open position may not have the traditional career and educational track…

Is the one-page résumé a thing of the past?

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Is the one-page résumé a thing of the past? Yes and no. Let’s break down this question into two. Is it okay if a résumé is only one page? Yes. Does a résumé have to fit onto one page? No! This one-page “rule” comes from a time when résumés were faxed to an employer or…

Welcome Kathy Cornish!

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Kathy Cornish, Staffing Manager Key Resource Group is excited to announce the newest member of our team, Kathy. Kathy Cornish joins the KRG team with over 12 years of HR and recruiting experience. She has experience recruiting for all levels within the manufacturing arena, and builds lasting professional relationships wherever she goes. As a SHRM…

Showcase your Soft Skills in 2020

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Soft skills are the keys to professional relationships and future success. If you got them, flaunt them! Here’s why these kinds of skills should be acknowledged. Your soft skills will get you promoted. Companies are finally realizing the value of soft skills in the workplace and how these traits benefit their organization as a whole….

KRG Sock Drive

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Can you spare a pair? Spread the warmth this holiday season by joining us in donating new socks. All donations will go to Friends of Night People and be distributed right here in Buffalo. Checks or new socks can be sent to our office: Key Resource Group 135 Delaware Avenue, Suite 407 Buffalo, NY 14202…

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The Value of Responding to a Recruiter

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Has a recruiter reached out to you while you were gainfully employed? Initially, it might annoy you. Some candidates don’t want to be bothered when they aren’t actively looking for a new job. Keep in mind that recruiters regularly reach out to candidates who are working. The unemployment rate remains low at 4%, meaning the…

4 Questions to Never Ask an Interviewer

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Any job search blog will tell you that when an interviewer asks if you have any questions, you should always ask something. And it’s true! You want to appear interested in the position and organization. However, you shouldn’t be asking any general question that comes to mind. When you are prepping for your next interview,…

How to Address a Temporary Position on a Resume

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Q: Should I put a temporary position on my resume? A: Definitely. You should never leave off or try to mask a temporary position on your resume. Why? If you leave the position off completely, there will be an unanswered career gap on your resume, which is a red flag for employers. Employers will also…

Not Getting Interviews?

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Before you put full blame on a company for not bringing you in for an interview, make sure you’ve covered all of your bases in the process. Here is where job candidates fall flat in the initial interview stages: Applying to every opening the company or staffing agency has available. Recruiters will have trouble taking…