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  • 9 Things That Make Good Employees Leave

    In today’s competitive workplace, a considerable amount of time and effort is spent finding ways to attract top talent.  While that is incredibly important, another critical, and maybe more impactful part of the equation is keeping the talent you already have. A recent article by Dr. Travis Bradberry, “9 Things that Make Good Employees Leave” does an excellent job of highlighting some mistakes managers often make to the detriment of their team and the ...

    Posted at January 12, 2016 | By : | Categories : Career 1 Source News | Comments Off on 9 Things That Make Good Employees Leave
  • Scott Wedel to Join Recruitment Team

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Career 1 Source Announces Scott Wedel to Join Recruitment Team Hesston, KS - April 11, 2013 – Career 1 Source, a recruitment firm representing some of the most respected employers in the country, today announced that Scott Wedel will join the Financial Services industry practice team. “I first came to know Scott through his involvement with the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Team in Training program,” says Mike Smith, Managing ...

    Posted at April 11, 2013 | By : | Categories : Career 1 Source News | 0 Comment
  • The Cost of a Bad Hire

    Whether the numbers are exact or not, it is clear that there is an enormous cost associated with making a poor hiring decision.  That is where we can help.  We actively focus on recruiting candidates that fit from both a skill set and a cultural perspective and guarantee our work.  Let us know how we can help you!  - David Weaver   Career 1 Source does not have any association with this company, nor is this a ...

    Posted at December 15, 2011 | By : | Categories : Career 1 Source News | 0 Comment
  • 8 Most Common Interview Questions – With 8 Best Answers

    The following is a nice article that highlights some of the questions you might be asked through the interview process. The questions are rather generic but I like that because they are often asked in a variety of ways and the generality used here should help spur thoughts about other ways they might come up. Just make sure to practice your responses to each. You get one shot…nailing the answers to these questions could really ...

    Posted at October 6, 2011 | By : | Categories : Interview | 0 Comment
  • So, What Is Wrong With Polyester Shorts and Tube Socks Anyway?

    A few months ago, I was forced to go through some dresser drawers that I hadn’t touched in a long – ok, a long, long time - and what I found was shocking! There, in the bottom of the drawer were some old tennis shorts and tube socks I had worn when I played competitive tennis many years ago. I had to laugh because I could not believe we actually wore that stuff back then. ...

    Posted at October 4, 2011 | By : | Categories : Interview,Job Search,Resume,Staying Current | 0 Comment
  • 10 Good Things To Do While Between Jobs

    Remember that the situation you are now in is not permanent. You will not remain in the unemployment phase indefinitely. You are simply between jobs and while hunting, here are 10 things you can do to stay positive and proactive while waiting to get your job offer. 1. Join a Job Search Group The job search can be overwhelming. There are others out there feeling the same things you are. Meeting once a week can keep you ...

    Posted at September 13, 2011 | By : | Categories : Job Search | 0 Comment
  • Resumé Objective Statements That Kill Your Hiring Prospects

    Article from JobMob.com How to know if your resumé has an objective statement that helps or harms. Does your  resumé have an Objective Statement that starts with something like, “A responsible position allowing me to fully utilize my professional skills and which provides me with an opportunity for professional advancement”? If it does, consider that you’ve just asked a potential employer to read 20+ words that say absolutely nothing and risked having that person close your ...

    Posted at September 6, 2011 | By : | Categories : Job Search,Resume | 0 Comment
  • Your Resumé Shouldn’t Play Games

    Why unconventional resumés drive hiring managers and recruiters nuts. By Lisa Vaas Steve Silberberg is into a lot of things: certified Wilderness First Responder; published in scientific journals; and, according to his database-driven, configurable, searchable online resumé, maintains a collection of over 2,100 air sickness bags. Everybody hates this resumé. Only about five hiring managers over the years have refrained from requesting a standard Word resumé, “even though I wrote an RTF generator that allows ...

    Posted at July 20, 2011 | By : | Categories : Resume | 0 Comment
  • We can’t all be Robin Williams

    Robin Williams turns 60 on Thursday and I nearly died laughing watching the five minutes of his segment on "Inside the Actor's Studio" — all before James Lipton got a chance to ask his first question: Click below to watch the segment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evq8wnvTC3M&feature=player_detailpage#t=96sfirst I've written before about the importance of smiling on the phone, or psyching yourself up before an interview, or getting a mirror so you have someone to smile back at you ...

    Posted at July 19, 2011 | By : | Categories : Interview | 0 Comment
  • Improve Your References!!

    Why are references so important to a candidate referral?  Occasionally, I run across a candidate that is a reluctant to share references until there is certainty an offer is going to be forthcoming.  Or, they may provide references, but ask that they not be contacted because they are very busy professionals and the candidate is uneasy about having someone contact them regularly.   Perhaps, there is a fear ...

    Posted at June 15, 2011 | By : | Categories : Career 1 Source News,References | 0 Comment
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