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10 Job Interview Tips for First-Time Managers

Interview Tips for First-Time Managers

Job interviews are stressful for applicants on a job hunt. But they can be just as nerve-racking when you’re the one conducting the interview, particularly if you’re a first-time manager. Given the high cost of a bad hire, you need to make sure that you get everything right the first time so you don’t have to restart the hiring process. Here are 10 job interview tips for new managers. 


How the Gen Z Mind-set Is Transforming the Nature of Employment

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The influx of members of Generation Z into the workforce today is not only an important diversity issue but also a lens through which to understand the changing workplace, and even changes in the very nature of what it means to be an employer or employee. Learn more in this post from generational expert Bruce Tulgan.


What's the Best Business Email Greeting and Sign-Off?

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You don’t get a second chance to make a good first impression, especially with business emails. The email greeting and sign-off you use says a lot about you and how you do business, so it makes sense to use an email salutation and closing that are professional and respectful. Are your email greeting and sign-off working for you or against you?



What to Do After College: 5 Ways to Get Jobs After Graduation

On the job hunt after college, a young professional interviews with a potential employer

You’re about to receive your degree. You’re feeling ambitious and confident, and you’re ready to look for jobs after graduation. But planning the first steps of your career after college isn’t always as easy and straightforward as it seems.