Google for Jobs: Are Your Jobs Getting Sent to the Search Engine Giant?

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No longer content just to control the way people look for information, Google has now created a way to shape how they search for jobs. A relatively new feature, Google for Jobs aggregates job listings from popular boards and career sites and lists them on the search engine for potential candidates to find. When used… Read more »

Landing the Job – What to Ask and Not to Ask in the Interview

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For many of us, it’s the most stressful part of a job interview. The hiring manager announces they are finished asking questions and invites you to offer up some of your own. While saying you don’t have any questions can reveal a lack of interest in the role, asking the wrong things can leave you… Read more »

Performance Reviews – Why You Don’t Need to Stand by 90-Day or 1-Year Guidelines

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Still evaluating your employees just once a year? If so, you might be doing them – and your company – a serious disservice. Once commonplace in the business world, annual performance reviews are now considered outdated by many of the country’s top employers. Read on to learn how giving more frequent feedback could benefit your… Read more »

5 Top Reasons Military Professionals or Military Spouses Should Work with a Staffing Agency

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Are you a military professional or military spouse looking to reenter the workforce? If so, Accurate Personnel thanks you for your service and looks forward to helping you begin this new chapter of your life. While military members possess numerous qualities that make them uniquely suited to careers in the private sector, employers don’t always… Read more »

It’s National Safety Month – How Does Accurate Personnel Take Safety Seriously?

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June 1 marks the beginning of National Safety Month, a time in which companies around the U.S. consider how they can better protect their workers from illness and injury. At Accurate Personnel in Chicagoland, though, we pride ourselves on prioritizing workplace safety all year round. Learn more about Accurate Personnel’s in-house safety team and how… Read more »

How Often Should You Update Your Resume?

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When was the last time you took a good, hard look at your resume? While a CV is just a piece of paper, it’s the one that represents you to potential employers. If you don’t wow the hiring manager with your resume, the odds are slim that you’ll land that all-important interview. Here are some… Read more »

Did You Know Accurate Personnel Has an In-House Safety Team?

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Employers have a responsibility to keep their employees safe and healthy in the workplace, whether that’s a law firm or construction site. Not only is maintaining a positive work environment the right choice from a moral perspective, it also keeps your company out of legal trouble that may arise from unsafe standards and practices. However,… Read more »

Considering a Career in Sales? A Quick Guide to Learning About Your Career Path

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Whether you’re new to the job market or simply looking to make a change, sales is a lucrative field that’s packed with opportunity. Additionally, this industry offers numerous rewards, such as the chance to meet a wide range of people and learn new things every day. Check out Accurate Personnel’s quick guide to the sales… Read more »

Why Should Your Company Hire Military Professionals: Leadership Skills

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Is your company suffering from organization issues? If so, it might be that the workers at the top lack strong leadership skills. After all, your employees are the ones on the front lines of your business, and if they can’t lead and inspire their peers, tasks are unlikely to be completed on schedule. Rather than… Read more »

Will Taking More Classes Help You Earn More Money?

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Thinking of dipping a toe back in the academic pond? Of course, there are numerous benefits to going back to school, not the least of which is the possibility to increase your salary. However, taking more classes isn’t always a guarantee of career advancement in your chosen field. Here are some things to keep in… Read more »