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Five Online Hacks to Get Organized Right Now

by Cally Martin on May 24, 2017

We’ve all developed a sort of love/hate relationship with technology. We love that it can make outreach, follow-up, and tracking easier, yet we struggle with the lack of human-to-human contact that used to be such a large part of our jobs. Part of the problem? We’re not using tech to get our tasks in order.
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Top 10 List of Twitter Chats for Recruiters

by Kelly Love Johnson on May 22, 2017

Even if you’re a Twitter pro, you might not have #TwitterChats on your list of resources. It’s another great way to stay on top of our rapidly changing industry, connect with new people, learn from influencers, and find out what the latest trends are. Also? They’re fun, lively, and include lots of GIFs.
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The Top 3 Reasons Candidates Reject Job Offers

by Kaylee Riley on May 17, 2017

Finding exceptional candidates that match your open position is hard work. When you find a good fit, you want them to accept the position. But, too often, you invest time into a candidate only to have them reject the job offer.
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10 Ways To Improve Your Company Culture

by Kelly Love Johnson on May 16, 2017

Last year, as part of our continued guest speaker training sessions, we hosted Lisa Cummings. Her topic was employee engagement and focusing on strengths (her area of specialty). She was impressed by our company culture (color us flattered) and returned to interview several staff members, including our CEO, for her Lead Through Strengths podcast.
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We're Hearing, But Are We Listening?

by Cally Martin on May 11, 2017

At J2C, we believe in career development and growing managers within our company. As part of our ongoing guest speaker management training sessions, we hosted Mike Murray last week.
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14 Experts on Taking Your Productivity Game from Slow to Pro

by Kelly Love Johnson on May 9, 2017

It’s easy to lose focus on being productive when we’re so busy being busy. When you reach a point when your 40-50 hour workweek is no longer sufficient to get your job done, it’s time to take a step back and evaluate—not what your workload is, but how you’re doing your job.
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