Planning Your Actuarial Career

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You’re on your way to a bright future! As an actuarial professional, you have lots of opportunities open to you. This up-and-coming field features a job market where demand outpaces supply, so you can work towards new and different actuary positions that command high salaries. What is your plan for the direction of your actuarial… Read more »

How Can You Evaluate If a Candidate Is Reliable?

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Every employer wants reliable candidates. You need a worker who will show up on time for shifts and work to the best of their ability. It’s just good business sense to hire people who will help your business achieve its goals. Reliable candidates are easier on you, but also easier on the rest of your… Read more »

How to Ace a Phone Interview

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If you’re applying to a job in another state, or if your potential employer uses a multi-step hiring process, you might need to take a phone interview. If you feel nervous or unsure of what to expect—don’t worry! You can take steps to prepare for—and deliver—a killer phone interview. Here’s what you need to know…. Read more »

Don’t Lose Candidates to Other Offers

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Good talent is hard to find! Not to mention the time and money you spend on the hiring process—from advertising positions and contacting potential candidates, then interviewing, screening and extending offers. As a result, hiring just the right talent can take months. So once you’ve located potential candidates, you want to see them through the… Read more »

Are You Prepared for These Types of Interviews?

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Looking for a new job? Depending on your industry and whether you’re looking out of state for work, you will encounter different types of interviews. Many employers and recruiters use an interview process that involves several rounds of interviews with increasing levels of intensity. Or you may only need to tackle one interview to get… Read more »

Management Podcasts to Help Your Team Thrive

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Want to harness the power of technology and pop culture to encourage your managers? Why not give their confidence a boost with inspiring podcasts? Your staff can tune in at their convenience—while they’re waiting in line for their morning coffee, on their lunch break or even in the car during their commute. We’ve selected seven… Read more »

Why You Should Focus on Employee Satisfaction

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Why You Should Focus on Employee Satisfaction

Your employees make or break your profitability and success. Why? Because they keep processes running smoothly at your company—and may even go above and beyond to make your business a leader among its competition. It’s important to help your workers get and stay happy at your place of employment, and here’s why. Five reasons employee… Read more »

Managing an Introverted Employee

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Tips on managing introverted employees - McGrath Systems Blog

Workplaces need to celebrate all employees, regardless of their comfort level in social settings. Extroverted individuals thrive in social situations, even feeling energized by them. Speaking up and showing their stuff can be easy since they have no issues interacting with others. On the flip side, introverted individuals—who have just as much to contribute—may have… Read more »

Resume Mistakes That Are Costing You Job Opportunities

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A good resume can help set you apart from your competition. It gets you in the door and top-of-mind with hiring managers, helping to grab attention and showcase what you’re all about. So naturally, you want your resume to be the polished, winning document it can—and should—be. And you can do that by avoiding five… Read more »

Candidates: Brand Yourself as a Thought Leader

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Your personal brand is the way you’re recognized in your industry. It’s what sets you apart from your competition and gives you the extra edge that makes you a true original. One way to brand yourself and let others know that you’re on top of your game is by establishing yourself as a thought leader…. Read more »