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Call Center Dress Code Exhibiting Your Professionalism

25th July 2011
Life at a call center has a great glamor which is often reflected with the dress code that the professionals carry. It is always a good feeling to observe an employee who carries their professional attire in a pleasant manner. Especially, organizations th... Read >
Author: Ella Greens

Administrative Assistant: Basic Tips on Resume

26th April 2011
Administrative Assistant: Basic Tips on Resume Resume writing is a critical task and hence it is important to follow the tips to make your resume interesting and attractive. The employers are very busy people and they generally do not have time to read... Read >
Author: agastiagasti

Tips For Managing Your First Three Months As A New Sales Manager

14th June 2010
The first few months for any one entering a new management position is daunting at the best of times. Even those lucky enough to be supported with management training will find it challenging. This is particularly true for sales people being promoted to s... Read >
Author: Richard Stone

More Best Answers for Retail Management Interview Questions

26th May 2010
If you are interviewing for a retail management position, you might be curious about some of the job interview questions. Moreover, you might be curious as to what the best answers for those retail management questions are. Keep reading on to get some hel... Read >
Author: Adnan

Job Search Tips: A Review of the Best Answers for Retail Management Interviews

26th May 2010
Are you applying for a job as a retail store manager? If so, it is only natural to be nervous about the job interview and all those job interview questions. If you are looking for some help on answering some of the most commonly asked questions, please ke... Read >
Author: Adnan

How to Overcome the Challenges Women Leaders Face

18th February 2010
While some women business executives have reached the corner office or the corporate board, the equity of their representation in key leadership roles remains more a story of what's possible in the future rather than what has been achieved to date. A p... Read >
Author: Bobby

resume example cashier

11th November 2009
When writing a resume, some people choose to state an objective on their resume, rather than including it in the body of their cover letter.Stating an objective can convince employers that you know your what you want to do and are familiar with the field.... Read >
Author: Gordon Woodard

Rip the Objective Statement

08th May 2009
To this day, many 'experts' still recommend that you include an objective statement in your resume, suggesting something along the lines of 'Account Executive at XYZ Company' or 'To secure a management position with a finance company'. What is wrong with ... Read >
Author: isabel

Skills Learned In A Hospitality Management Diploma Program

07th August 2007
There are many skills to learn when completing a program in hospitality management. From working with the public to training a staff, you will find that there are many opportunities to use skills you already have and be able to develop new ones that will ... Read >
Author: Andrew Johnstone

How Hiring the Wrong People Can Kill Your Business

16th December 2006
There is no decision more important than who you hire for your business. The right people will make you money. The wrong people always cost you money. When you think about it, there is only one reason to hire a new employee; to improve your productivit... Read >
Author: Grant Robinson
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