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How to Write a Business Letter That Won’t Get Ignored

This post was originally published on this siteNowadays, writing a letter can seem completely archaic. I mean, do people even send mail anymore or do they only communicate through email and messaging? In the business world, letters are actually still crucial for collaboration. To convince someone to offer you a …

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4 Talent Acquisition Strategies to Find the Best Employees

This post was originally published on this siteIn 2018, almost 75% of employers struggled to fill positions with the right candidates. Unfortunately, this talent shortage is only worsening — research by Korn Ferry predicts by 2020, the technology, media, and telecommunications industries alone could be short over one million skilled …

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Quality and effort

This post was originally published on this siteIt seems as though the opposite of “careless” ought to be “careful.” That the best way to avoid avoidable errors is to try harder, to put more care into the work. This means that if surgeons were more careful, there would be fewer …

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The first 1,000 are the most difficult

This post was originally published on this siteFor years, I’ve been explaining to people that daily blogging is an extraordinarily useful habit. Even if no one reads your blog, the act of writing it is clarifying, motivating and (eventually) fun. A collection of daily bloggers I follow have passed 1,000 …

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The Ultimate List of HR Interview Questions

This post was originally published on this siteAs a job seeker, you can often expect to speak with an HR professional before moving onto interviews with employees within the department for which you’re applying. It’s critical you prepare well for your HR interview. Oftentimes, a company uses their HR department …

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Everything You Need to Know About Using the Waterfall Methodology

This post was originally published on this siteAsk any professional athlete or business executive how they became successful, and they’ll tell you they mastered a process. By figuring out which of their habits led to success — and which didn’t — they could improve their efficiency, effectiveness, and productivity at …

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Just because you don’t understand it

This post was originally published on this site…doesn’t mean it isn’t true. …doesn’t mean it isn’t important. If we spend our days ignoring the things we don’t understand (because they must not be true and they must not be important) all we’re left with is explored territory with little chance …

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