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#BIYP – Bring In Your Parents, the Best Career Advice from your parents.   When it comes to your career, you’ve likely asked your parents for advice on a tough decision, for some motivation, or simply on what to do. In honor of Bring In Your Parents (#BIYP) day from LinkedIn, we’ve collected the best… Read more »

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What to do to Prepare for Your Interview.    Once you’ve landed the interview, it’s essential to prepare. Preparation is the first key step towards a successful interview. It seems pretty straight forward to ‘prepare for your interview’, but you would be surprised by the number of company interviewers that are continually amazed by the… Read more »

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Not sure how to handle your resignation and your new job offer? Switching companies can be overwhelming. Here’s how to take control over your new job offer, your counter-offer, and your resignation.   How to Evaluate a Proposed Job Offer What goes on in your mind while you are evaluating a new job offer?  In… Read more »

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Vice President of TriStaff shares one of his success stories.   Vice President of Media, Alex Papike, recently made a successful placement for a client here at TriStaff. Last month Alex began to search for a Marketing Director for a newspaper client in Tennessee. The search began on a Tuesday – on Thursday he reached… Read more »

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Career Leverage – Why Choose to Work With a Recruiter   Career success begins with finding the right job for you. When the time comes to begin the job-hunt, whether you’re looking for your first career or looking for a career change, many of us get caught up trying to figure out what to do… Read more »

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Meet Mike Wilson, TriStaff’s new Division Director of Banking   In November 2014 TriStaff brought on a new Division Director of Banking, Mike Wilson. Mike is originally from San Diego where he attended Southwestern College and San Diego State University, he was hired for his expertise in banking – to promote and expand the new… Read more »

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After putting time and effort into your job search, you’ve landed an interview. It is crucial to always be preparedfor your interview; whether its knowing the companies background or the name of the job you have applied for, being prepared means being knowledgeable. Here are some tips on how to prepare for your interview, what… Read more »

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Congratulations! You made it through the whole interview, now how do you end it? Here’s 7 tips on how to close your interview. Let the interviewer know you’re interested.  If you are interested in the position, let the interviewer know. If you feel the position is attractive and you want it, be a good salesperson… Read more »

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Searching for a new job? You’ve come to the right place.   If you’ve considered searching for a new job in the past, you understand how stressful this can be. Whether you’re thinking about leaving your current job or are just starting your career, it can be difficult to begin your new job hunt. So,… Read more »

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Trust is essential when building a healthy and productive work environment. Whether you’re leading an entire department or work hand-in-hand with a just a few coworkers, it’s important to build trusting relationships. Here are several tips to help build trust with both your coworkers and your superiors: Be honest and share information completely. Be straightforward and… Read more »