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Courtney Reynolds

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Jun 26, 2019 9:26:28 AM

How to Know When It’s Time to Look for a New Job

No matter the payroll or HR position you hold, chances are you’re not receiving a gold watch and a retirement party from your current employer. Even if you’re in a rock-solid, secure job, someday you’ll be faced with a decision to look for a new job. How do you know that “someday” isn’t today?  

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Bob Haas

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Apr 4, 2018 11:32:00 AM

Name Dropping to Get Ahead in your Job Search

Name dropping gets a bad rap as it’s often used to cash in on a person’s associations to advance one’s own position. The worst “offenders” drop names of people they barely know as a close ally when in reality the relationship may be best characterized as “casual acquaintances.”

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Jamie (Rugh) Myers

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Feb 13, 2018 9:09:00 AM

Find True Love in Your Next HR/Payroll Position

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Like it or not, the interview process for your next HR/payroll opportunity can be eerily similar to dating.  You may find a match right away (love at first sight) or it could take numerous interviews to find your connection (longer courtship).

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Lisa (Dean) Mamula

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Feb 1, 2017 10:20:46 AM

Don't Say Yes Immediately

You’ve gone through the application process… waited by the phone… taken interviews… waited by the phone… When you finally get that HR or payroll job offer, take a breath, pat yourself on the back, and take your time with an answer.  Even if you are 99.99% sure you want the job, don’t be afraid to say – “Before I take this HR/payroll job, it’s my turn to think, take a minute, and get back to you.”

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