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Fashion Corner: What is Acceptable to Wear to Your Interview

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Do you know the difference between business casual and professional dress? Dress codes are sometimes confusing for employees, but that can be compounded when you’re preparing for your property management interview. How do you know what to wear to impress the interviewer and get the job? What if you make a mistake and you’re judged… Read more »

Best Ways to Re-Enter the Workforce After a Long Absence

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Leaving the workforce isn’t the end of your career. There are many reasons that a person can leave and then choose to go back to work at a later time in their lives when circumstances are different. But there may be some things you can do to give yourself a better chance of landing a… Read more »

What a Hiring Manager Is Looking for in a Resume

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In just one or two pages on a resume, you need to showcase your entire career. The truth is, a resume shouldn’t be the complete meal, just an appetizer intended to share the most important ingredients that make you the best possible candidate. So, what are hiring managers really looking for when they view your… Read more »

Build Your Leadership Skills by Adopting These 5 Habits

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Great leaders always have a few things in common. Whether you look at corporate leaders at companies like Amazon or small business owners in your own town, you’ll find they share some common traits. You can cultivate these habits yourself to build your own leadership skills and apply them to your career in property management…. Read more »

4 Questions Related to the Job Search and Interview Process Answered

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Job hunting can turn into a confusing process where you are unclear of where to start or what decisions to make. Here are four answers to questions you may be thinking related to job hunting and interviewing. Should I Apply to a Job Even if I Don’t Satisfy all the Criteria? You may see a… Read more »

Pre-Interview Anxiety? 3 Ways to Calms your Nerves

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Preparing for an interview and arriving at the company’s office can bring up some feelings of anxiety or stress. Incorporate these three tactics to remain calm and relaxed before your interview begins. Arrive Early Arriving early is a simple way to ease your stress before your interview begins. Give yourself time to sit down, look… Read more »

How to Research a Company Prior to Your Interview

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Before your interview, you want to gain as much information as possible on the company, its workforce, and its vision for the future. Use these three tactics to ensure you are fully prepared for your interview and knowledgeable of the company. Check Out Their Social Media A company’s social media pages and website can tell… Read more »

3 Ways You Are Leading Ineffectively

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A strong leader utilizes many skills and tactics to build a solid and effective workforce. If you want to effectively lead your team, make sure you avoid these behaviors. You Communicate, But Don’t Follow Through Actions speak louder than words in an organization. Your communication skills may be utilized to explain different goals or visions,… Read more »

5 Time Management Tactics to Implement During a Busy Day of Job Searching

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If you’ve experienced long days devoted to job searching, implement these tactics to manage your time effectively and get the most out of your search. Keep a Calendar or Planner Inputting tasks into a calendar or planner is a great way to stay on top of future responsibilities. If you keep a clean and organized… Read more »