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5 Podcasts to Keep You on Top of Your Work Game

  Everyone likes to feel like they have an edge on the job. That’s why career-oriented books and videos are so popular. But many people miss out on the power of podcasts. These little audio sessions can have a lot to offer if you choose the right ones to enjoy. Learning something new can give […]

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Are You Stereotyping Your Managers by Gender?

  Your leadership team is a critical part of your company’s success. With that in mind, you will likely want to nurture balanced leaders who can guide your employees to reach their potential. Whether we mean to or not, gender stereotypes often play a part in how leaders are developed. Men and women are taught […]

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Start Planning the Day Before to Ace Your Nursing Interview

  The day before your big nursing interview can be a stressful time. Often, you’re wondering what to expect and may be nervous about meeting the hiring manager. Some anxiety is perfectly normal, so it isn’t necessarily a sign of trouble ahead, but it’s also a signal that you should dedicate some time to getting yourself ready.  […]

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Not Finding Skilled Workers? Start Here

Businesses operating in the industrial and construction fields continue to struggle when to comes to finding the skilled laborers they need to fill vacant positions. Interest in trades continues to decline, especially within the younger generations. This makes the shortage especially hard to manage as finding applicants, in general, may be especially trying. However, there […]

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5 Classes All of Your Employees Should Take This Year

When you are working with a large staff, certain issues are almost guaranteed to arise. Whether it is risky behavior in regards to safety and security, or conflicts between workers with different backgrounds, providing sufficient training can be a key to resolving problems or preventing them outright. While one-time sessions can build a strong foundation, […]

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Use These 3 Tools to Keep Your IT Workplace Connected

  As more businesses embrace mobility in their workforce and even hire remote employees to fill critical IT roles, having the right communication tools in place is more critical than ever. Keeping your team connected allows them to function properly and makes shared tasks easier to manage regardless of distance. Luckily, in the year 2017, […]

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You Don’t Have to Be the “Big Guy” to Land the Top Talent

Many smaller to mid-sized businesses feel as though they can’t compete with the big companies in regards to finding top talent. Often, the “big guy” has a higher budget associated with hiring and the capability to reach out to more candidates. However, by creating an enticing job description and creating a thorough recruitment plan, you […]

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Your Light Industrial Employees Wish You Would Say This…

All managers know that being a quality leader is critical to the success of your employees. Providing clear direction, timely feedback and an open dialogue all help you guide your workers to be their best. But, there are certain things that every light industrial employee would like to hear. And working these statements into regular […]

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Join Us for the 6th Annual Second Chance Clothing Drive

CPS Recruitment is proud to be partnering with the Women’s Opportunity Center (WOC) in Syracuse to hold our 6th Annual Second Chance Clothing Drive. The Second Chance Clothing Drive is a program where professional women’s clothing is collected and then recycled at no charge to women re-entering the workforce. The WOC is seeking your donation […]

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How to Scoop Up December’s Best New Grads

  Gone are the days when simply posting a job description automatically brought in the kind of candidates you need. With the job market favoring the job seeker, new grads have new expectations regarding their first post-college positions. If you want to attract the top candidates from this new pool of potential employees, you will […]

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