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Hiring from Home: Perfecting the Phone Interview

Hiring from Home: A 3-Part Series Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many organizations to transition to remote and work-from-home options. While some organizations are putting a hold on new hires, many are still moving forward with recruitment and adding new members to their teams. In the temporary absence

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How to Jump-Start Your Executive Career in Kelowna

The path to becoming an executive isn’t an easy one. You need to have a proven track record and the drive to succeed. But even if you have those things, finding a place to start your executive career search can be intimidating. Especially, if you are new to the Okanagan

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5 Ways to Improve Employee Engagement and Reduce Turnover

Some amount of turnover is to be expected in every business, but many organizations struggle with keeping a steady roster of seasoned employees. In fact, One study found that nearly one third of new hires leave their job within the first six months! But a high turnover rate can become

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What Not to Wear to the Office | Proper Dress Code

Many offices have relaxed their policies on dress code over the years, and with good reason; research indicates that strict dress codes can actually drive away talent. One UK style website found that dress codes can have a negative effect on the work culture and even lower an employee’s productivity.

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How to Deal with a Difficult Employee

There’s no such thing as the perfect employee. For that matter, there’s no such thing as the perfect employer. We’re all human, and we all make mistakes. But if you have a difficult employee, whose behaviour is continually affecting the business, you have a problem. Whether the issue is related

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Top 5 Work-Life Balance Tips for Okanagan Employees

Many ambitious employees tend to prioritize their work above all else, especially in the early stages of their career. An Okanagan employee is eager to establish themselves in the industry and position themselves for advancement. But overworking can skew an employee’s work-life balance and result in burnout. The good news

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5 Pro Tips for Okanagan Graduates to Ace The First Job Interview

Acing the First Job Interview Graduating from university or college can be a disorienting experience. After spending years learning new skills and honing them, you’re suddenly out in the real world and need to find work! The good news is, it’s never been a better time to find a job