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2 December-2019

Emerging Trends in Sales that Will Continue Next Year

As 2019 comes to a close, let’s take a look at a pair of key sales trends we’ve seen impacting the Triangle area of North Carolina and beyond.

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12 November-2019

What Job Seekers Should Know about Working at a Startup

Startups are not for everyone. If you’re fired up about the idea of pursuing your first startup work experience, especially in sales, definitely read this first.

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31 October-2019

Scary Business! Why Job Candidates and Employers “Ghost” Each Other 

“Ghosting” first became a thing in dating, but it’s no surprise to us that this occurs in the employment world. Why job candidates — and employers! — ghost and what to do about it.

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15 October-2019

Why an Internal Hiring Manager or HR Team Would Hire a Third-Party Recruiter

We get asked quite frequently, “Why should I pay a fee to a recruiter instead of handling the hiring myself?” Fair question. It most often comes down to the monetary value of time.

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1 October-2019

Why You Need to Know About the Fall Sales Job Cycle

As we say goodbye to summer and shift into autumn, we are coming to a critical period of the year for both companies and job seekers.

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18 September-2019

Job Hopping! How to Navigate this Tricky Resume Topic

Present-day employees are more likely to have a “free agent” mentality about changing jobs and their associated personal career ascension. Meanwhile, employers seem to be more frequently tackling challenging business dynamics like acquisitions, offshoring, reorganizations, and the like. 

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10 September-2019

Writing Your Job Ad: How to Attract the Most Qualified Candidates

That said, how can you write a job posting that will attract the right people without either opening the floodgates or unintentionally turning away some potentially solid prospects? It’s a delicate art.

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21 August-2019

Top 10 Steps to a Successful Interview

Job interview processes are stressful, and we field a lot of questions about the best ways to prepare for — and to execute — an interview. Most people have never received any sort of interview training, and if they are employed on a consistent basis, chances are that they don’t have a plethora of opportunities to practice.

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14 August-2019

Avoid this Mistake when Ending your Job Interview

Many job seekers heave a sigh of relief when the in-person interview is over. You’ve done it! Whatever happens, the rest is now out of your hands. As long as you can stand up, shake the person’s hand, and walk out of the room without falling over, you’re good. Right? 

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17 July-2019

7 Job Perks Ranked: How Companies Win the Talent War with the Right Offer

Hiring managers, along with internal and external recruiters, are trying to figure out how to get the best possible people into the interview process, as well as how to put together the most attractive offers possible. There’s very little more frustrating in the world of talent acquisition than losing an ideal hire at package negotiation phase.

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