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How to Handle Job Rejection

Job rejection is never easy! You likely did a lot of preparation for a role you thought you really wanted. How you handle the disappointing news can determine your success in the future. Although you might be disappointed, frustrated and not motivated to keep applying to jobs, it’s important to not let a job rejection…
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Salary Increase

How To Negotiate A Pay Raise

As inflation rises and cost of living continues to increase, has your salary kept pace? If not, you may need to have a conversation with your employer about a raise. This can be a scary proposition to undertake, which is why I would like to provide some tips and suggestions to help make this process…
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Alberta Mountains

New Market – Alberta

Is a new career on your horizon? Have you thought of what it would be like to live close to the mountains and be able to experience all that nature has to offer, while also pursuing a worthwhile career? 4Sight Search Solutions is excited to announce it is expanding into Alberta, where you can have…
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New Year, New Career!

When the ball drops on New Year’s Eve, a lot of people look to the new year to focus on their physical and mental health. But what about your career health? Are you happy in your current role? Are you seeking a change? It has been found that January is the best month to apply…
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How to Ace Your Virtual Job Interview

A hiring manager has contacted you and wants to schedule an interview. Initially you are eager and enthusiastic, but then you worry a little bit, as it is a virtual job interview. This reaction is normal, as remote job interviews are still relatively new, but they are becoming increasingly more common. As a job seeker,…
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Employee Retention Strategies

Employees are a company’s most valuable asset. Replacing an employee is extremely expensive and also time consuming, which is why employee retention should be viewed as an extension of the hiring process. This month, let’s take a look into ways to find your ideal candidate(s) and learn several strategies to keep them. Hiring the right…
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Is Working Remotely, Right for You?

Remote work is becoming more common and quite a few employers are offering these arrangements to their workers. If you are seeking employment, you might be interested to learn if working remotely is right for you. To begin, working remotely doesn’t necessarily mean a person works from home. Other settings where work is completed could…
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First Impressions Are Everything: 6 Tips to Improve Your Resume

So you find yourself out of work and decide that it is time to put your resume together. With a sense of urgency, you search in Google and utilize the first template that you find, inputting your employment history at the speed of light. 30 minutes pass, you save your document, and begin firing resumes…
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The Fallacy of Thin Slice Recruiting: Removing the Bias

Your organization has just revamped its recruitment methodology to better reflect their decision-making process. Much to your surprise, interviews, reference checks, and assessments have all been eliminated. In their place, candidates were scheduled for a 10 second meet and greet, where they were evaluated on their handshake, facial expressions, overall appearance, as well as brief pleasantries. Decisions were…
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Our owner’s thoughts on racism & the Minneapolis situation

Contemplating the Minneapolis situation and feeling troubled. Disturbed by the senseless brutal murder of George Floy. Disturbed by the deteriorating climate of riots, vandalism, and violence. Disturbed by a cycle that shows no sign of abating. Disturbed by the voices of some of my white peers, speaking with good intent, but no understanding. Speaking to…
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