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HR & Recruiting: The Quality vs. Quantity Debate

Whether you’re looking to fill a single critical position or multiple positions within your company, there are two primary schools ...
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How to Keep Robots from Stealing Your Job

Technology’s unrelenting advance is transforming work and the workplace. The U.S. Bureau of Labor examined automation’s potential effect on the ...
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How to Write a Finance Resume to Beat the Bots

Turn the infamous ATS into your job-hunt friend!Natalia Autenrieth, a contributor for our partner TopResume, tells you how! If you ...
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We Know What We Know…

Early in my career, I worked as a commercial pilot and flight instructor outside of Philadelphia. My fellow pilots and ...
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Partner Spotlight: TopResume

Your resume is more than a list of your skills and experience as an employee – it tells your story ...
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Why You Should Advertise Your Employer Brand on Bankers Crossing

One of the benefits of advertising your jobs on Bankers Crossing is that we include a company-branded page for FREE ...
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7 Ways to Build Workplace Confidence and Success

There are two ways you can approach your job: One, go in, get the work done, and punch out at ...
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Your Resume: A Key that Opens Doors

We continually interview people who do not understand the value of a quality resume. They don’t take into account that, ...
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Partner Spotlight: Interview Mastery

Have you ever wished you could get proven, practical advice on interviewing techniques to help you win your next big ...
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How to Ace Your Face-to-Face Interview

Face-to-face interviews can be intimidating and scary, no matter how many times you have been through them. Your confidence, communication ...
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Are Cover Letters Dead?

The staff at Bankers Crossing recently had a great discussion over lunch asking the question: are cover letters dead? Or, ...
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When Things Don’t Go According to Plan

In a perfect world, things in life and business would always go as planned, but we all know this isn't ...
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Quick Tips to Clean Up Your Social Media Profiles

When you’re searching for a job, there’s a lot to remember. One of the things frequently overlooked is digital housekeeping ...
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How to Rock Your First Day on the Job

Your first day at a new job is a little like your first day of school: full of promise, anticipation, ...
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How to Use Employees in Your Recruiting Strategy

In 2017, LinkedIn released a Global Recruiting Trends report with an outlook on recruiting strategies across 19 countries. One of ...
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Five Quotes to Keep You Motivated and Productive

"Success means doing the best we can with what we have. Success is the doing, not the getting; in the ...
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Four Reasons to Include Salary on Your Job Description

When you're posting an open position, obviously you want to attract quality candidates. Many companies shy away from posting salary ...
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Tips for Dressing for an Interview

As if job interviews weren't stressful enough with trying to remember the right things to say and do, you also ...
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Three Tips to Properly Resign

Making the choice to move to a job at a new company is not one to be taken lightly, so ...
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How Successful People Stay Calm

"The ability to manage your emotions and remain calm under pressure has a direct link to your performance." - Dr ...
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Utilizing Professional Networking to Find a Job

Many people think of a job search as beginning and ending with looking in the classifieds - or in the ...
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Millennials Make Great Employees

Hiring great employees is not as easy as it sounds. Business owners tend to look for prospects with years of ...
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Why You Should Advertise Your Open Opportunities On A Job Board

According to Sujan Patel via Inc.com, hiring managers indicate that finding quality candidates represents the number one issue they face ...
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How to Explain Being Fired During a Job Interview

The hit TV show The Apprentice made the saying "You're Fired!" famous. While most of us couldn't wait to hear ...
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Six Job Search Tips That Are So Basic People Forget Them

Searching for a job is hard work, and there's all kinds of great-sounding but conflicting advice for those trying to ...
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The Big 4: How to Approach a Job Offer

Financial stability, security, motivation to advance - a job is something that everyone yearns for. However, the process of obtaining ...
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The Tracklet™: Your Personal Career Assistant

Why You Should Create Your Bankers Crossing Account Now Finding a new job is full of repetitive and tedious tasks: ...
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Five Mistakes That Will Cost You the Job Offer

Anyone who has ever looked for a new job knows that negotiations can be a delicate matter. Most people know ...
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Best Career Advice for 30-Somethings

Today we bring you career advice for 30-somethings from Brian Fetherstonhaugh, CEO of OgilvyOne. He stresses the importance of long-term ...
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The Flawless Post-Interview Thank You Note

As recruiters, we love to share career tidbits, like this best practice on how to write a flawless post-interview thank ...
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Job Seeker Beware: Seven Interview Red Flags

Choosing a new employer is no easy task, so we're alerting job seekers of seven interview red flags to help ...
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Self-Promotion: Three Excuses to Stop Now

The goal of this article is to put a stop to three common excuses people use to avoid self-promotion. So ...
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One Simple Tip to Identify Professional Mentors

Most of you would agree that professional mentors are important, but do you know how to identify who can best ...
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Five Realities of Job Hunting

When it comes to job hunting, there’s often a misconception that the job search will be easy. The sobering reality, ...
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How Gratitude is Powerful in Advancing Your Career

An Attitude of Gratitude Our mothers may have taught us it was polite to say thank-you, but who knew gratitude ...
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Emotional Intelligence is Key to Leadership

Studies show that emotional intelligence (EQ), rather than ‘know-how’, is a key factor for successful leadership. We can all share ...
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Recruiting Trends in the Digital Age

Are you on top of the current recruiting trends? This article outlines these trends in depth and provides insight how ...
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Resume 101: How To Use Keywords

Are you using keywords on your resume? If not, you may be impacting your chances for recruiters to find you ...
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Three Ways to (Politely) Say No to Coworkers

Are you the go-to person when coworkers need assistance? Are you the one that goes the extra mile to help ...
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Five Easy Steps to Build Your Employee Talent

So, you have hired the perfect candidate. How do you keep them happy and prevent them from looking elsewhere? How ...
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10 Uncomfortable Interview Questions and Why You Should Ask Them

There are eight critical interview questions that may be uncomfortable to ask but will be worthwhile as you make your ...
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