How to Leave Your Job Without Burning Bridges

Resigning from your job means you’re ready to move on. You may even be tempted to put your feet up and ride out your two weeks, or tell everyone what you actually think about them.  No matter how much you want to do these things—don’t. You may need references from former bosses or colleagues in… Read More »

Open Interviews in Hillsboro, OH

The Reserves Network’s Hillsboro, Ohio location is hosting open interviews for production operators at the end of January in collaboration with Ohio Means Jobs. When: Monday, January 28 1 PM to 3 PM Where: Ohio Means Jobs 1575 N. High St. Hillsboro, OH  45133 If you can’t make it to this event or have any… Read More »

A Successful Mindset Helps You Prepare Better for a Job Hunt

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While the prospect of finding a new job can be a stressful one, preparing yourself mentally can help you land the right role faster. More often times than not, changing your mindset can help you gain confidence and clarity before embarking on a job search. Managing your attitude and emotions through the long—and often tedious—job… Read More »

Celebrate Achievements at Work for a Confident New Year

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  One major reason that employees quit their jobs is because they don’t feel appreciated at work. In fact, 90% of employees admit that they feel more loyal to employers who recognize their achievements. Celebrating individual and team success is a wonderful way to start the new year on a positive note. What’s more, celebrating… Read More »

Simple and Effective Ways to Follow-Up on a Job Application

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It can be nerve-wracking to wait for a response after you’ve applied for an open job. Being the first to establish contact can dramatically increase your chances of being hired. Proactively following up will set you apart from the pack. Here’s how to follow-up on your application without being pushy.   Wait a few days… Read More »

5 Essential Skills For Promotion

  Tara Jaye Frank, the author of Say Yes: A Woman’s Guide to Advancing Her Professional Purpose, once said, “People don’t get promoted for doing their jobs really well. They get promoted by demonstrating their potential to do more.” Landing a coveted promotion doesn’t happen overnight. Instead, you’ll put weeks, months, or years of effort… Read More »

4 Reasons to Consider a Second Shift Job

  If you’ve taken a new interest in nursing, industrial work, or hospitality, you may find yourself confused with the schedule. Most positions in these industries are split into three shifts – first, second, and third. First shift employees arrive early in the morning and stay until early afternoon. Second shift employees arrive early in… Read More »

The Ultimate 5-Minute Resume Grammar Guide

  A resume is more than a piece of paper that summarizes your experience – a great one will demonstrate why you are the best candidate for the position that you are applying to. “Employers, staffing agencies, and recruiters typically spend less than six seconds reviewing candidates’ resumes,” said Brandon Thimke, director of communications at… Read More »

How Your Attitude Affects Your Job Search

  Job seekers often research what steps to take when looking for a job, the requirements they need, the questions to prepare for, and the information their resumes should have. However, there are many less-tangible factors just as important to hiring managers. “Your attitude and disposition go a long way toward making yourself memorable in… Read More »

How to Choose Between Two Jobs You Really Want

The goal of any job search is to find a position you love. Of course, when you have two offers and you want to take both jobs, you’ve got a problem – although it’s a good problem to have. You must choose which job is going to be the best fit for you.   To… Read More »