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  • 4 Tips to Help You Be Seen and Heard as a Leader

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    Do you have the confidence and courage to truly be seen and heard as a leader?

  • Second Time's a Charm?

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    Entrepreneurial considerations for the mature professional

  • A Good Woman is Hard to Find (especially for your leadership roles!)

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    Women dominate the workforce in sheer numbers, education and business performance. Still, just 22 companies in the Fortune 500 are run by women. Why aren't there more females in leadership roles?

  • Supporting Military Service Members and Their Families in the Workplace

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    We had the honor of having Mika Cross, Director of Communications for the U.S. Department of Labor’s VETS program on our Mom Corps YOU podcast this month to talk about services available, and how businesses can best support our military service members (current and former) and their family members.

  • The Best Interview Advice from HR

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    You made it through the resume screening and landed an interview. Now what? What tips would HR give you to have the most successful interview possible? What do they want to see from candidates during an interview?

  • 3 Must-Take Steps After Accepting a Job

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    Cheers! You made it through the job search process and landed that new job. Go ahead and take a minute to celebrate…and then remember to do these 3 things.

  • Writing Your Resignation Letter: Tips You Need to Know

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    One of the most important steps in resignation process. Writing your resignation letter.

  • Your Step-by-Step Guide to Communicating Your Resignation

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    Congratulations on your offer and next step in your career!! While this is an exciting time for you, keep in mind that your current employer will be disappointed to hear the news of your departure. How you communicate your resignation can make a big difference in maintaining professional and positive relationships going forward.

  • Networking: Quantity Matters

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    Is the return on your investment worth the additional time needed to network with a larger circle?

  • 6 Ways to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile Right Now

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    With over 400 billion members, LinkedIn is the largest professional social media channel in the world. When talking about your online professional presence and in searching for work, you’re one step behind your competition if you don’t have a profile, and/or haven’t updated it in the last year.

  • Inside Scoop: New to the Workforce or Your Position?

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    Laura shares 3 valuable pieces of advice that all can benefit from, regardless of if you are new to the workforce, position or field.

  • What Does Your Brand Say About You?

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    Your reputation is your brand. And, whether you want one or not, or realize it or not, you have a brand.

  • Owning Your Workspace

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    It's National Cubicle Day...own your space!

  • Making Work Fit Your Life

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    These varied stories show the creativity and resourcefulness of women as they approach their careers.

  • Tips for Writing a Resume That Will Hook Your Audience

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    Quickly hooks the audience. Sets the storyline. Shows a few “best of” moments. Leaves them wanting more. The making of a good movie trailer, AND…a good resume.

  • How to Maximize Your Mentor Experience

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    Whether you’re just starting out in your career, re-entering the workforce, still climbing the ladder, or venturing into the world of entrepreneurship, a mentor can be of great value IF utilized the right way.

  • The Inside Scoop: Q&A with Corps Team Recruiters

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    Looking for a job can be overwhelming…especially if you haven’t done so recently. In this two-part conversation, a few of our amazing Corps Team staff answer some questions to help make your search more successful and the process less mysterious.

  • 4 Ways Flexible Work Can Benefit Your Sleep

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    Corps Team, a leading professional staffing and search firm, explains four ways flexible work improves sleep.

  • The Inside Scoop: Careers in the Finance Industry

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    This month we’re talking about careers in finance with resident experts, Stacy Keefer and Gretchen Rost, owners of Corps Team Charlotte & New York City. Together, Stacy and Gretchen bring over 20 years of HR experience in the finance industry.

  • 4 Considerations Before Accepting a Job Offer

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    Just received a job offer? Congratulations! But before you accept it, ask yourself these important questions to determine if the opportunity is right for you.

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