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Many job seekers know only one style and format for their resume: chronological. While the chronological format, which lists your past career experience in reverse chronological order, starting with your most recent positions, is fine for most individuals, there are some circumstances that call for a different approach. Conversely, the skills-based resume, which draws more… Read more »

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A worldwide initiative that has recently broken through into the mainstream, Lean manufacturing refers to a set of standards that facilitate the elimination of waste, increased production and streamlining procedures on behalf of employers. Moreover, as Lean manufacturing often includes the principles of quality assurance as outlined by Six Sigma, the package creates a highly… Read more »

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Commonly associated with personality traits, social habits, communication level and people skills, the term “soft skills” can be applied to many different characteristics. While some may be more valuable than others, and some may be more relevant to one particular job or another, it’s still important to focus, at least in part, on these skills… Read more »

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When it comes to recruitment in the 21st century, writing a great job description is critical to locating and securing top talent for the open position. While it may seem a simple and straightforward process, a job description that fails to properly explain the recruit’s responsibilities and expectations is likely to result in a high… Read more »

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Production workers, also known as factory workers, are involved in manufacturing goods and warehouse distribution. Oftentimes, in production and distribution warehouses, work can be physically strenuous and wages typically lean toward the lower end of the pay scale. Turnover in these positions is common and the cost associated with recruitment and training can be a… Read more »