Pre-Interview Prep: Make An Impression Over The Phone

Pre-Interview Prep: Make An Impression Over The Phone

When applying for a job, many applicants believe that making it through the initial round of resume evaluations will get you into an interview and you’ll have a high chance of landing the job. No need to think about anything beyond prepping for that interview, right? Not exactly. Many companies are now using a “pre-interview” or qualifying technique over the…

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COVID-19, Unemployment, and Your Budget

COVID-19 is sending shockwaves around the US, and the job market isn’t unaffected. Businesses are already being forced to lay off employees due to financial strain, and we expect that to get worse as the weeks go on. When unemployed, one of the biggest concerns that rises to the surface of your thoughts is your financial situation. Paying bills, buying…

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It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Business: How the Upcoming Holidays Can Boost Your Career

So, who’s coming down from the post-Halloween candy crash today and dreading the day ahead? If you’re like most, the day after Halloween (and it’s trick-or-treating madness) doesn’t just affect your kids…it takes a toll on us adults as well. Not only were bedtimes thrown off, sugar levels off the charts, and the morning school routine 100x harder than usual,…

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Financial Responsibility During Unemployment: Tips to Manage Your Money in The Hard Times

Unemployment is tough, and while it wears on self-esteem and independence, seasons of going without a job are perhaps mostchallenging on your finances. Having no regular income you can count on means bills accumulate, debt grows, and you’re eft stressed out and struggling to make it from month to month. While there’s no guarantee that you can weather seasons of…

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How to Balance Temp Work and Family Life: Tips from The Pros

While many applicants that come our way would love to have a full-time, standard hours career, the reality is, not everyone gets (or wants) that type of job. Some have to settle for part-time positions to get their foot in the door of a company, or opt for night shift hours instead of the day shift they’d hoped for. Some…

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Social Media and Your Job Search: How to Use Online Platforms for Your Benefit

Social media and online platforms have become a hot spot for businesses of all sizes. The internet opened up an entirely new world of advertising possibilities, including the opportunity to advertise job openings online across a variety of mediums to reach more potential applicants and expand the hiring pool. PHR specializes in helping our business clients utilize these platforms to fill…

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Something New in 2019: PHR Is Here to Help You Make A Job Switch

Today we prepare to bid farewell to 2018 and all it brought, and head into 2019 with new goals, resolutions, and hopes for what a new year will bring. For some of us, a new year might mean moving into a new home (or to a new state!), adding a new member to the family, facing major life changes with…

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Halloween Multitasking: How Trick or Treating Could Help You Get Hired

Trick or treating has long since been a fun pastime for children (and adults) as it offers the opportunity to dress up in costume, and enjoy treats, time with friends, and staying up late. While the candy might seem like the biggest gain of the evening, for parents in the midst of a job search, or those who are considering…

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Resumes: Personal Information, Qualifications, and The Rest Is History (Literally)

Resume composition is a huge part of the job hunt and hiring process, since it’s essentially your “business card” for potential employers, showing them how to contact you, what you offer, and how you can be a benefit to them with your qualifications and skills. We all know that a business card must be well put together, organized, eye-catching, and,…

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Make Your Job Hunt a Team Effort with PHR Staffing Solutions

With quality applicants graduating each year, and young “up-and-coming” professionals saturating the market, job hunting can seem overwhelming since there is significant competition for each position you go after. There are often lines of candidates for each opening, and it can be frustrating for someone who is seeking work but keeps falling a step behind and losing out on opportunities….

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