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Megan's Success Story
We love hearing from candidates who were able to find their perfect position through City Personnel. Read more about Megan and her new permanent job.
Dressing for Success in the Workplace
"Business casual" is the new formal, but what does that mean exactly? We've nailed down some easy-to-follow rules to get you dressed for success in the workplace!
Heart Smart: Heart Health at Work
This Valentine's day, don't worry about the heart on your sleeve, think about the one in your chest! Don't skip a beat learning how to stay heart-smart while at work for Heart Helth Month.
How to Avoid Getting Sick at Work
Germs are everywhere! How can you survive cold and flu season?
Millennial Resumes: How to Compete Using Paper in 2019
Need help creating your resume? We have tips on formatting, resume examples, and proper resume handling.
Perennials over Millenials: Why Hiring an Older Candidate May Be in Your Best Interest
Some candidates get better with age. How can hiring a perennial improve your business?
Ring It in Right: How to Stay on Top of Your New Year Resolution
While almost everyone has a new year's resolution, very few will accomplish them. We have the key to achieving your goals in 2019.
Staying Focused Through the Holidays
Staying on task can be hard when the holidays hit. We have a helpful list you might want to check twice.
Office Holidays: How to Include Everyone
This time of year is all about spreading holiday cheer! Read more about how to make sure everyone in the office feels the warmth.
Crucial Tips for Meeting Your Recruiter
Meeting with a recruiter for the first time? Read more to learn the "Do's" and "Don't's" to help make sure you make it to the next step in your job search.
Ghosting: The Serial Career Killer
Lori's Success Story
We love hearing from candidates who were able to find their perfect position through City Personnel. Read more about our interview with Lori and her new permanent job.
Get to know: Amy!
We asked our newest team member Amy some interesting questions to get to know her better. Now you can get to know her, too!
Unhappy: When You Should Start Looking for a New Job
When you're unhappy with your current position, it may be worth your while to see what you can do to improve it before you make a big, irreversable change.
Turnover: The Common Denominator
The employee turnover rate is the worst it's been in over ten years. We have information for how your business can fight it.
Temp agencies are not what they used to be. In fact, we don't consider ourselves a temp agency at all.
Out of Order: Discouraged Workers and Hope
Are you a discouraged worker?
Organization for Your Work Station
Messy desk, messy mind. Try these tips to get yourself organized at work!
Unemployment is still low: Here’s why you should care.
The low unemployment rate is severely effecting businesses in a way that you might not expect.
Things to Do in Rhode Island: Summer Edition
Rhode Island is a picturesque place that has a lot to offer! There are plenty of beaches and coastal towns and cities. Here's a list of some of the best things to do during the summer months In Rhode Island;
Rhode Island Paid Sick Leave Law
Rhode Island's new paid sick leave law goes into effect July 1, 2018. Employers with 18 or more employees must provide paid sick leave. Below, we explain the rules for sick leave eligibility, accrual, use, and more.
10 Questions to Ask the Interviewer
If you’re interviewing time and again but not advancing through the process and making it to the offer stage, this particular point is likely where you’re falling down in the interviewing process. By failing to pose thoughtful questions to continue the discussion with the interviewer, you’re communicating that your mind isn’t the sharpest, or you’re not that interested in the position. Show signs of interest and enthusiasm by asking more questions.
Fashion Advice: Interview Do’s and Don’ts
A big part of getting a job is making a good first impression, and a big part of making a good first impression is how you dress for the interview. Before your next interview, make sure you aren't making any interview attire mistakes. Here's interview fashion do’s and don’ts.
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