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Bright Side Lying is a silly, but very popular mistake people make during job interviews. This is why many recruiters say, “We’ll call you back” and then never do. Professional recruiters shared their life hacks and stories from their personal experiences. We at Bright Side think that even if you don’t know something, that doesn’t mean you should lie about it. And at the end… read more

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By Elizabeth Segran – FastCo. With a recession looming on the horizon, many workers are worried that their career will be derailed by a financial crisis. I know how they feel. I left grad school in the wake of the Great Recession with the hope of becoming a professor of Indian literature, but the job… read more

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By Lillian Childress – Resumeway Following a career planning process will enable you to discover your professional strengths. Subsequently, a career plan will help you capitalize on these and find a successful career path. The career planning process applies to any career at any given point. Below, you can find the steps to take to… read more

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By Isabel Thottam – Resumeway Did you know that sending a thank you email after an interview can make or break your chances of getting a job? Most HR managers agree that receiving a thank you email after an interview helps them make the final decision. Although some may say that this does not affect… read more

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By Lillian Childress-Resumeway Job interviews are stressful, even for the most qualified and experienced candidates. After all, you only have a few minutes to make a great impression that will determine the course of your career. This is often made even worse by the problematic questions interviewers tend to ask. The best way to overcome… read more

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To Our Valued Subscribers: On behalf of everyone at American Recruiters, know that our thoughts and prayers are with you and your families hoping that you are all well. No need to mention it is the beginning of April. Mother Nature has provided us with enough April madness especially since March Madness has been cancelled…. read more

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More than 3 million restaurant jobs and $25 billion in industry sales were lost during the first 22 days of March because of the coronavirus, according to research from the National Restaurant Association. Findings shared with the New York State Restaurant Association (NYSRA) show that restaurants nationwide suffered an average year-over-year sales decline of 47%…. read more

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The CEO of Yum Brands is not taking a salary this year, according to a federal securities filing Monday, opting instead to use the funds to pay out $1,000 bonuses to general managers at company-operated Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and KFC units. Yum operates about 1,200 of its restaurants, or roughly 2% of the system…. read more

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Chipotle Mexican Grill is boosting hourly pay by 10% for the next couple of weeks, joining other chains in offering enhanced benefits for employees during the coronavirus crisis. The “assistance pay,” retroactively effective from March 16 through April 12, is a way of “expressing our appreciation for those who are willing and able to continue… read more