These Soft Skills Will Get You Hired

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When preparing for manufacturing job interviews, it is important to practice answering questions related to your skills and work experience. These factors will help you get hired but today’s employers are also looking for more. They are also looking for soft skills – less tangible skills that determine how you work as a member of… Read more »

The Best Way to Follow Up After an Interview

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The most difficult part of any job search can be the waiting time after an interview. Once the hiring process is completely out of your hands and in the hands of the hiring manager, all you can do is wait and wonder. Follow-up in this phase is important because it shows your continued interest in… Read more »

Tips for Balancing Your Healthcare Career and Keeping Your Family Healthy at Home

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Healthcare is a truly rewarding field, but it is also extremely stressful and requires long hours away from home. Maintaining a strong-work-life balance and focusing on physical and mental health can be difficult for most healthcare professionals. However, with some focus and forethought, you can succeed. Know Your Priorities It’s easy for priorities to get… Read more »

4 Advantages of Using Telehealth

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Telehealth has been an option for providers and for patents for many years, but in 2020, it became more popular than ever as COVID-19 forced social distancing measures. Doctors and patients who had resisted telehealth before found themselves with little choice but to use it, and now physicians are discovering the real advantages of adopting… Read more »

Explaining Job Hopping On Your Resume

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Hopping from one job to another isn’t uncommon in today’s world, especially if you are in the early stages of your career. However, at some point, job hopping can become a liability. Healthcare employers can view your work history unfavourably if you have held a lot of healthcare jobs over a few years. If you… Read more »

5 Red Flags When Interviewing for Tech Jobs

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When you’re searching for a new IT job, it’s easy to put potential employers on a pedestal, but it is important to remember that not every job will be right for you. Just as the interviewer is evaluating your fitness for the role, you should also be evaluating the company to determine whether it and… Read more »

What You Need To Know About Filing for Employment Insurance (EI)

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Millions of Canadians have found themselves out of work due to COVID-19, so if you find yourself suddenly without a job, you are not alone. Here are some of the most common questions people have about applying for employment insurance (EI) in Canada right now. Who is Eligible for EI? Anyone who has been laid… Read more »

3 Ways Having A Healthy Lifestyle Helps You With A Night Shift

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Working the night shift comes with the territory in manufacturing but there are many challenges that night shift employees face because working all night goes directly against the body’s natural rhythms. The good news is that you can focus on building habits that will allow you to stay healthy and happy when working nights. Eating… Read more »

Tips For Cleaning Up Social Media For A Job Search

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You already know how important it is to have a crisp, concise, and updated resume for your job search, and you likely also know the importance of updating your LinkedIn profile, as well. But you can’t stop there. It is also necessary to clean up your personal social media presence while you’re putting yourself out… Read more »