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Keeping it simple and getting hired

By Marty Grubbs on PeopleCorner – Powered by PeopleScout I recently sat down to dinner with some close friends. Three of these folks were looking for new careers for the new year, and since I’m in the recruiting profession, they had some questions for me. At first I thought these were pretty simple questions, but then I... read more

Trends Candidates Should Consider in 2017

By Stephen Abbott on PeopleCorner – Powered by PeopleScout As usual at this time of year it would be remiss of us not to take the opportunity to look back over the year and pull out some of the trends that we’ve seen amongst our clients and candidates. I am based in Australia so we’re gearing up... read more

Blending in the Contracting Workplace

By Corinne Balisky on PeopleCorner – Powered by PeopleScout Definition of corporate or organizational culture: A collective way of thinking, behaving, goals, standards, attitudes, ideals and appearance Working as a contractor, consultant or temporary resource for multiple clients can be a challenging integration experience, but the most successful workers are able to emulate the workplace culture in... read more

The 41 Best Resume Templates Ever

By The Daily Muse Editor on The Muse We know—writing and editing the perfect resume is enough of a challenge. Why should you have to spend your time and energy making it look great, too? Especially if you’re not a designer, crafting a resume that looks impressive and really stands out can be a challenge.... read more

Do I Qualify for Unemployment Insurance?

By Jackie Edwards on AboutUnemployment There are many different specifications an individual needs to meet in order to qualify for unemployment insurance. The Federal government sets the basis for unemployment insurance regulations, but states are afforded much freedom in determining how to, to whom, and reasons for allotting unemployment insurance. There are two different categories... read more