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How to Transition from Worker Bee to Management

Upward mobility is a major selling point for candidates, especially for those who aspire to work in a management role. With the right mindset and expectations, the transition from employee to manager can be easier than you think. Here's how.

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Recognizing Opportunities: How to Become an Invaluable Player

Invaluable is what you need to be to your employer. Getting to that point takes hard work, dedication and awareness. You’ll also need insight so that you can anticipate changes in the marketplace and grasp the implications of those changes for your company and for your career. Becoming aware of these changes will help ensure that you have a continually evolving career. This article will give you tips on how to become that Invaluable Player.

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5 Effective Ways to Assess an Employer's Brand During the Interview

Just because interviews are a traditional part of the hiring process doesn't mean that they will automatically help you learn more about your potential employer's culture. There are some strategies you can use to better tap into its brand so you can determine if it's a good fit. Here are a few suggestions.

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How to Create a Winning Personal Brand

With the underemployment rate below 4% for the first time in nearly two decades and joblessness among managerial-related professionals below 2%, it’s safe to say the current job market is candidate-driven. Given the pace at which companies are hiring – more than 750,000 new jobs so far this year – there’s a reason for optimism. However according to the 2018 MRINetwork Reputation Management Study, companies aren’t looking to hire just anybody, they’re looking for the type of people who are experienced and have a solid track record – both professionally and educationally.

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