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Why Implementing Digitalization In Temporary Staffing Is Key

Staffing is easier said than done, especially if it is temporary staffing. Recruiting staff for temporary positions is always difficult, in comparison to recruiting permanent staff.

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Employment Increases In June But Employers Face Difficulty In Filling Jobs

There is good news for the US employment rate as employers added 850,000 new jobs in June which, is above the expectations of the Bureau of Labor Statistics reports.

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These 10 Entry-level Jobs Pay You High And Are Also Remote

If you are graduating soon and are worrying about the coronavirus effect on job opportunities, then the article is for you. There are a lot many freshers’ jobs that have good pay and are not affected due to the pandemic.

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A New Report On Good And The Bad States For Working Moms

Working women have a big stake in employment in this modern-day world but do they have the best environments and work rules that foster their hassle-free working. Well, the answer lies in the below report given by Wallethub.

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Jobs Report: April Sees New Jobs But Far Less Than Anticipated

The US economy witnessed payrolls expansion in April, with companies adding up 266,000 jobs. Nevertheless, that number is far below the expectations of analysts. The employment and economy researchers anticipated more than 1 million jobs for the period.

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6 Ways You Don’t Know How Recruiters Help You

Is your job hunt frustrating you? Are your resume and cover letter receiving no response? Is your interview ending up with an email-sorry to say your profile did not get through? Did you reach a stage where you are frustrated and want to shout out, "Someone, please find me a work!"

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How To Handle Chronic Complainers?

Chronic complainers in the office are hard to deal with and work. They are not only toxic to themselves but are also to others. They always keep complaining regarding even the pettiest things. These complainers can be your colleagues or boss or anyone in the office you meet.

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7 Things To Say At Work

Engagement and happiness at the office are vital for good morale, strong motivation levels and high productivity. Businesses can place policies to encourage this, but on any given day, an employee’s interaction and behavior with their coworkers can be enormously important in establishing a positive work atmosphere.

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Self-help To Improve Your productivity In Office

Every minute in life is gold and, we have 1440 minutes a day but are we effectively using them and being productive. Probably, for many of us, the answer is no. So, how do we use the gold that never comes back to the maximum and be maximum productive?

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Fintech Jobs Explained

Undoubtedly FinTech is the new disruptive force that will take on the finance and banking sector. Despite having regulatory overhauls, recessions and multi-million fines, fintech is doing great and is presently the core of any bank’s business.

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Tips To Tackle Your Appraisal Meeting

Appraisal meeting is a milestone for anyone. It has manifold importance as it not only decides the fate of salary increment but also the position. If handled well, the appraisal meeting can have an incredible positive turnaround. However, this meeting is easier said than done and, so the majority of employees cannot handle it well.

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10 Signs That Say Your Job Offer Is On Its Way

Have you ever felt unsure about how the interview went after leaving the interview venue? Did you feel that intense tense regarding what would have been the interviewer’s perspective after the last round? If so, there’s nothing to worry. It is not you alone who goes through this trauma.

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How can recruiters take the aid of digital transformation?

Let us accept the fact-we’re witnessing the world’s greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression. Now let us also agree with the other truth -technology and digital transformation have helped a lot in this latest hard time. Both technology and digital transformation, besides, helping other professionals have also rescued recruiters.

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Is Being A Data Scientist In Your Mind….?

The world moves at a rapid pace than we expect. Many technologies that appeared impossible one or two years ago are now not only a reality but are also obsolete. At present, technology across all fields is on the fingertips.

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Using Emotional Intelligence To Deescalate Arguments

In today’s world of social and corporate environments being a manager is very much a difficult thing, leave aside being a successful manager. It takes very little for a small disagreement to quickly escalate. With people’s strong emotions and sensitivities at the peak, the mere mentioning of certain issues can make the atmosphere burn.

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How To Keep Your Office Boredom At Bay

Are you tired, frustrated, uninspired and completely on edge? If so, you are bored. Don’t worry, it isn’t you alone who is going through this feeling. On average, 10.5 hours in a workweek get wasted due to this emotional situation.

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Contract Staffing leads to economies and talent retention

The price of losing talent is always higher than the price of hiring and the price of retaining talent. Perhaps, this fact is bitter to digest for all business owners. Irrespective of how much effort an employer puts in to retain the talent it may not be fruitful at times.

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Harvard Career Experts Explain How To Write Your Resume

The thought of scripting a resume itself is a headache for many. However, it does not have to be so, say Harvard career experts. According to them, the resume shouldn’t be complicated but should be simple and appealing.

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Fostering Psychological Safety At Work

Psychological safety is the basis for a good team performance says a study from Google. The study quoted, "Employees should feel that their office and work environment are psychologically safe."

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Healthy Eating Tips For Night-Shift Workers

Night shift simply means working outside normal routine and disrupting health especially, the health of the digestive system. Despite this hard truth, there is nothing to panic about if one knows how to eat healthily and make lifestyle changes

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Top job websites to look for in 2021

The digital era has replaced traditional classified job ads with job websites. These job portals aren’t only convenient to use but are also up-to-date. As the new year-2021 begins and COVID-19 slowly but steadily lessens here are the job websites

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Lost job…? Here Are Your Sure-Shot Job Hunting Tips

The year 2020 has been tough to all of us especially with regards to employment irrespective of age, gender, position, sector or for that instance nation layoffs have been the ordeal of the year.

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What is work-life integration and how it works...?

For years, the gap between personal life and professional life has been fading away. Call it work from the office, work from home, or hybrid work, the demarcation between office and home is getting thinner with each passing day.

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! Good-Bye: 2020, Welcome 2021!

Cheers to all for overcoming the obstacles year 2020 presented and the opportunities 2021 has in store for us; professionally and personally. The covid-19 pandemic has taught us many valuable lessons, none more crucial than the need to embrace and prepare for uncertainty.

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Give Thanks With A Grateful Heart! - CEO Message

It is undoubtedly understood that we all get caught up in our busy lives, perhaps it is also important to find the time to pause, reflect, and feel gratitude for all the blessings that are bestowed upon us during these testing times.

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Your LinkedIn Profile Is a Live Resume

The year 2020 has undoubtedly been a rollercoaster ride, perhaps one of the most challenging years in our lifetimes. Arguably, it’s also been the most unusual year that many of us have experienced in our professional careers. Many of us have also witnessed, as well as experienced, furloughs and layoffs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Must have traits to be a Successful Recruiter during COVID-19

To accomplish new heights of success during these testing times, one needs to be courageous, resilient, determined, and must have a never-say-die attitude. While each skill is individually potent, mastering the complete set forms a powerhouse of ability, setting the stage for success.

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It isn’t What you say, It is How you say is called Communication

Let’s see look at how you are going to develop trust and influence. Active participation is a communication process that enables you to enhance the way you communicate with your clients and candidates by adjusting your Style of Speaking, Body Language, and Sensory Close to matching the wavelength of your candidate/client.

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Bonding + Rapport = Strong Pipeline

The current coronavirus crisis as well as the fear of an unknown future is hard on everyone emotionally and may have turned our lives Upside Down. With widespread layoffs, furloughs and job losses spreading through the world due to this deadly Pandemic has forced many clients

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Empathy... Need of the hour !!

We all are aware of how COVID-19 has affected almost every industry across the world which resulted in massive unemployment. But, it’s time for us to be resilient and rock-solid during these turbulent times. Talent Pathway ATS is committed to supporting you

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W3Global, Inc. unveils New Logo and Redefines Staffing Strategies

Frisco, Texas – May 18, 2020 – W3Global, Inc, unveiled New Logo and Website. The color red in the new Logo exemplifies the confidence to Reinvent Staffing Strategies while turning the current Adversities into Opportunities.

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Ways To Survive The COVID-19 Crisis

W3Global strongly believes in the “Practice what you Preach” ideology. It has transformed all its employees to be resilient and rock-solid during these unprecedented times, as well as making sure all of its candidates and clients are satisfied with the workflow.

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Stay Home Save Lives

COVID-19, the horrific disease is wiping out the human race of the world. It has forced us into Isolation, but the positives of self -isolation is that we have a lot of time on our hands to find our Path, Passion and Purpose of Life.

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Physically Distant but Digitally Connected

COVID-19 may have enforced Lockdown in our lives but it has failed to enforce a Lockdown on our high spirits and hopes to beat this deadly Pandemic.

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Can’t wait for this moment

COVID-19, the horrific disease is wiping out the human race of the world. It has forced us into Isolation, but the positives of self -isolation is that we have a lot of time on our hands to find our Path, Passion and Purpose of Life.

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How to answer “why work here?” question like a boss

These are some kind of questions that sound offensive when heard but meant to trip us up. A common Interview question. But a lot challenging to answer. A single question that requires answers for 2 internal questions

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Let never a “Video interview” invitation ever bother you anymore…

The zero-hours has come. You are ready. The technologies and questions are ready, too. You are looking professional and ready to impress your interviewers with your knowledge and skills. Now it’s go-time!

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Second Interview nerves? Here are some tips to boost your confidence and help you conquer that interview!

Firstly, Congratulations on getting asked for a second interview. It’s great that you made a great impression so far! This means that you are being seriously considered.

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How to make your Hiring manager think that they are crazy if they don’t hire you

Think your interview as an opportunity to sell yourself and show you’re the best person for the job!

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How to write a Professional Summary that will WOW hiring managers!

You have a personal brand as a job seeker. Each company also has its own unique brand. In order to sell yourself, you must find a way to align.

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How to catch the hiring manager’s attention from the get-go

What do people see first on your resume? Yes, it’s the Professional Summary! You are correct!! If you write it badly, it might be the first and last thing read on your resume.

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How to avoid rejections from HR Managers or Recruiters

Learn about kinds of resumes. The chronological resume (from most recent to past work experience) seems to be the most popular format used. This type of resume contains

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How to grab a Recruiter’s attention by changing just 5 things in your resume

Why do we include skills at all? And if we are including, are we fulfilling the basic criteria why skills are mentioned in the resume?

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