Changing Ways to Work in Offices….

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Today, we’re going to share some great articles about. How the office changed the way we work in offices, Employers continue steady hiring: sidelined workers stream back into the labor force, Get companies to chase you by totally changing your cover letter. If you’re an agency recruiter or hiring company, stop by and visit RecruitAlliance.

How the office changed the way we work in offices: What started as a mirror of everyday life became something that affected the real world. By the time “The Office” wrapped up, the company culture depicted on the show barely resembled the average American workplace, and that’s a good thing. We loved the show, but we’re glad for some of the ... Read More…

Employers continue steady hiring: sidelined workers stream back into the labor force: This morning’s monthly jobs report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics was not far off the forecasts of labor economists who predicted a gain in the range of 165,000 to 172,000. The government report said private sector jobs grew by 167,000, offset by the loss of 11,000 government positions. Initial reports for July and August were revised with July’s jobs growth reduced from 275,000 to 252,000 while August was revised up to 167,000, for a net reduction of 7,000 over the two months. …Read More…

Get companies to chase you by totally changing your cover letter: As you probably know by now, I’m not a fan of the wait-and-see game – that is, pinging your resume to a job site or a company and waiting to see if someone is interested in you. This tactic takes control of your job search from you and puts it in other people’s hands. This strategy is one way of doing things – but it’s the old-school way! There are many other ways to find a job, but today I’m going to share one way in particular with you. It’s a way that is all about: …Read More…

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