How, When, and Why Follow Up After a Job Interview (Templates Included)

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Knowing when and how to follow up after a job interview can feel like one of the harder parts of finding a new job. While there are plenty of templates showing you how to write a resume, figuring out how to get a response from the hiring company is harder. This article is to clear… Read more »

NESC Staffing Awarded on the Forbes America’s Best Recruiting and Temporary Staffing Firms 2022 List

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NESC Staffing has been awarded on the Forbes list of America’s Best Recruiting and Temporary Staffing Firms 2022. This prestigious award is presented by Forbes and Statista Inc., the world-leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider. The awards list can currently be viewed on the Forbes website. The list is divided into three major categories: Executive… Read more »

10 Top Tips for Starting Your New Job

Top 10 Tips for First Day at Work

Starting a new job? Congratulations! Now while you may think that the stress of getting a new job is behind you, unfortunately, you may be encountering First Day Jitters. Here’s the full checklist of how you can have the easiest first week possible at your new job: 10 Top Tips for Starting Your New Job… Read more »

7 Tips on How to Make Your Own Luck and Get a New Job

7 Tips on How to Increase Your Own Luck and Get a New Job

It’s not actually about having good or bad luck. Job searching has a variety of factors, most of which you can’t even see! It’s no longer about walking in and asking to talk to the manager. It’s time to make your own luck and make the most of your job search! Here are 7 ways… Read more »

10 Affordable Employee Appreciation Day Ideas (and 3 to Avoid)

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Since 1995, the first Friday in March has been celebrated as Employee Appreciation Day. Unlike Labor Day, Employee Appreciation Day is specifically for employers to honor their employees.  Studies have shown that showing appreciation increases the employer’s retention rates, which then increases productivity rates and saves the company money. It also keeps employees happy and… Read more »

Pros and Cons to Remote Work

Pros and Cons of Remote Work

Employers and employees everywhere are now reconsidering remote work.  No matter how you feel about it, remote work is here to stay. According to Ladders.com, 25% of all employment in North America will be remote by the end of 2022 and will increase in 2023. Here’s what it is and whether it may or might… Read more »

Job-Hopping: the Pros and Cons

Job-Hopping: the Pros and Cons

Job-hopping used to be considered the worst thing possible for your career. One of the unwritten rules of work culture used to be that to avoid looking unreliable, you should stay at least a few years at a new job, even if you hate it. That’s changing.   What is Job Hopping “Job-hopping” is traditionally… Read more »

How to Love the Job You Have

How to Love Your Job

Do you love the job you have? Most people don’t. While no job is perfect, sometimes, for whatever reason, you can’t leave a job you don’t like. Whether it’s bills, family, or other responsibilities, it’s rare to have never been between a career figurative rock and a hard place. We’ve all had terrible jobs, whether… Read more »

9 Ways to Get a Job Without Experience

9 Ways to Get a Job Without Experience

“Get a job without experience, but you need the experience to get the job!” We’ve all encountered the terrible experience-job paradox. It’s a Catch-22, which can feel incredibly frustrating, particularly when you’re just starting out. While you may feel limited in the traditional ideas of what amounts to “work experience”, just know that you’re not… Read more »

5 Ways to Spot a Toxic Workplace Before You Take the Job

5 Ways to Spot a Toxic Workplace Before You Take the Job

Most people aren’t thinking of avoiding a toxic workplace when they’re offered a job interview. Why would we? Interviews make us hopeful. Job searching is already a difficult job all by itself, but once you’re hired it’s a different situation. As Robert Glazer, author of “Performance Partnerships” wrote, “No matter how great the title, the… Read more »