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EVERY CAREER NEEDS A STORY

Jan 15,2017

As we enter the New Year, take a good look around at your co-workers! Many of them are likely going to leave to pursue a new job or career. A recent study by the Dale Carnegie Group shows 1 in 4 workers will look for a new job in the next 12 months. Add that to the 15% that are already looking fo

5 Things Not to Do to Get an Interview

Dec 05,2016

As we approach a New Year, some people want to make a REAL career move. They will not just interview for another job. They are looking for one that can make an impact on their life. So how do you find THAT job?! Networking is the best way to launch a new career. How? If you don’t tel

Finding the Ideal Team Player

Nov 14,2016

Every business owner has the same stress when it comes to running their business. It’s called staff management! We, here at The Talmadge Group, are no different. Everyone wants to view their employees and organizations as a well oiled machines, however, we all know there are times when it opera

4 Ways to Fight Interview Stress

May 04,2016

The importance of appearing cool, calm, and collected for a job interview can’t be emphasized enough. You know that you know your stuff, but the stress of an interview can throw off even the most knowledgeable applicants. Although it’s nearly impossible to completely get rid of the nerves, there

Why ‘Tell Me About Yourself” Is The Worst Interview Question

Apr 11,2014

We’d bet those are four words every job candidate hears during an interview. And possibly the worst interview question a hiring manager can ask. Here’s why: Time. Time is always something we need more of and when it comes to hiring, time is money. It’s important to hire the right candidat

How To Ace Your Phone Interview

Mar 14,2014

During the last twenty years I’ve observed the highest and lowest demands for qualified candidates. Regardless of the economy, finding and hiring great people has always been tough, but what has changed the most is the speed that hiring decisions are made. The first hiring decision is typically ma