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Recruiters pride themselves in being skilled at nurturing a deep network and maintaining solid relationships with talented and experienced professionals. Companies rely on them to find the most qualified candidates to fill their openings, so they look to touch base from time to time to see how you’re faring. They like to know how careers… Read more »

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As we wrap up 2018 and look ahead with excitement to 2019, we would like to take the time and acknowledge the participants of the 3rd Annual HW Cares Food Drive. This event was held company wide with the proceeds being donated to local charities chosen by the branch or onsite. We were also very… Read more »

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Finding the best talent and making the right hires can be a huge challenge for companies. It takes time to review applications, read resumes, interview candidates, check references, and negotiate salaries. And if you’re the one running the company, there are about a million other things you’d probably rather do with your time. Like, developing… Read more »

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When you have quality employees that you depend on to keep your company up and running, you want to do everything you can to keep them. Good employees are not easy to replace. And if they’re really that great, chances are they’ll soon get noticed by your competition and you’ll have to fight to retain… Read more »

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interview or two. It needs to have your education and experience in addition to your achievements, resume summary, and key skills. And the skills might be the most important part because they can set you apart from the top candidates. Here’s how to add transferrable sills to you resume. 5 Tips For Your Resume 1…. Read more »

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The winter months can bring many safety hazards and dangerous working conditions, especially around construction sites. The temperature dips, causing bad weather, ice and snow, increasing the risk for slips, falls, and illnesses. Here are some safety tips on how to stay safe during the winter months. 6 Winter Work Safety Tips 1. Keep track… Read more »

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The key to effective leadership is finding your sweet spot—knowing your strengths, your passions, and where you’re most likely to be productive and engaged. Those are the tasks you should spend the most time on. By further developing those strengths, you’ll become more motivated and inspire those around you to do the same. When your… Read more »

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You know that feeling—you bounce out of the interview room with confidence! You know it went well, though you can’t quite put your finger on why. You just feel good about the whole job interview and you’re pretty sure you got the job. Or that you at least impressed them. But there’s always that doubt… Read more »

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Cold winter weather is nothing to mess around with. Working outside or in really cold areas can be hazardous and even fatal to every worker. You need to have protocol in place to make sure your employees are protected from potentially slipping on snow and ice, suffering the effects of hypothermia, and enduring cold stress…. Read more »

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The job market is getting better, but it’s still fiercely competitive out there. Unemployment is low, but jobseekers are figuring out clever ways to set themselves apart from the rest of the competition. Employers appreciate creativity as long as you can also demonstrate professionalism and that you’re serious about the job. Here are some ingenious… Read more »