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Workplace Eye Wellness   GPS challenge of the week…TAKE 10 SECONDS to Protect your EYES!  March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month!  Your eyes are very important to you, your family and your livelihood. You should wear only ANSI-approved safety glasses, face shields or goggles to protect your eyes when welding, cutting and for protection from… Read more »

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Reference checking often proves one of those tasks in the hiring process that soaks up far more time and energy than expected. You play phone tag with candidates’ old supervisors. The references get very tight-lipped because of decrees from their HR department. The information you get isn’t actionable. If this sounds like your experience, keep… Read more »

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Tornado/Severe Weather   GPS challenge of the week… TAKE 10 SECONDS to learn what to do in Severe Weather/Tornado.  Do you know the difference between a Severe Weather/Tornado watch and a Severe Weather/Tornado warning? A watch means conditions are favorable but not occurring or imminent vs a warning which means conditions are occurring or are… Read more »

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Your resume is the first and often the last thing a hiring manager sees about you. That means you must do everything in your power to avoid getting screened out at the resume review stage of the process. To that end, here are five of the most common resume mistakes you should avoid at all… Read more »

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Many companies select group interviews over individual interviews. Some companies want to gauge how you respond under added stress that can mimic actual job conditions. Other companies use them as a time and cost-saving approach. Whatever the reason behind the group interview, you need a plan to navigate a group interview successfully. If you’ve never… Read more »