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August 27, 2015
Contrary to popular belief, not all interviews require a 3 piece suit. Your dedication and knowledge on your skill are essential, but arguably your attire will also play a vital role in dictating the final outcome. First impressions are instant and it takes only seconds for a complete stranger to f...

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August 25, 2015
Every business has a life line to keep their business growing each and every day. In the staffing industry, one of the key ways to grow is through leads, a simple but important process! By asking a few simple questions to candidates leads are generated. Questions that can be helpful are: “Whe...

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August 25, 2015
Patrick Getzen, who is the Chief Actuary for Blue Cross Blue Shield: North Carolina, wrote a blog post for their website, reviewing their 2014-2015 costs and their estimated cost for 2016. The post also includes details on a rate increase request of 34.6% over 2015 rates and a reduction of availabi...
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August, 2015
MTSG’s Mobile Site In late July Micro Tech Staffing introduced its new mobile web site to give our contractors the ability to conduct basic and advanced searches for career opportunities while they’re on the go. By simply going to the Micro Tech Staffing web site (mtsg.com) through your phone the m...
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July, 2015
Five tips for working with recruiters Finding the right job or making a career change can be a full-time effort, which is why more and more professionals are working with independent recruiters today. Someone who has connections, knows the job market, is familiar with local employers and can steer ...
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June, 2015
The Value of Deliberate Practice That magic number of 10,000 hours to achieve success in any field, first raised 22 years ago by psychologist Anders Ericsson and later popularized by Malcolm Gladwell in his book Outliers, continues to pop up here and there in sports and business. The Daily Record...
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May, 2015
Job Prospects for College Grads It appears that the Class of 2015 will be graduating into a job market that is more inviting than it has been in recent years. A variety of surveys reveal that employers are increasingly open to larger starting salaries and raising their hiring totals. The Nation...
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April, 2015
Keys to a Successful Job Transition For his book The First 90 Days, management advisor Michael D. Watkins surveyed more than 1,300 senior HR leaders and nearly 90 percent of them agreed that “transitions into new roles are the most challenging times in the professional lives of leaders.” About 75 ...
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March, 2015
Questions You Need to Ask During Your Job Interview A successful job interview works like a two-way street. Questions and answers go back and forth between the candidate and the HR person. Certainly the interviewer is leading the conversation in the early going by describing the job, desired qualif...