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If you’re giving interview feedback, then chances are the candidate didn’t get the role. It’s naturally a disappointing conversation for them, and one they will likely want to end as soon as possible. However, the way you provide feedback can have a lasting effect on not only the candidate but the company’s future hiring opportunities. […]

The Ultimate Guide to Giving Interview Feedback for SMBs
How to Write a Retail Manager Resume (with Examples)
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Retail managers run the show. They wear a lot of hats and are often responsible for maintaining the brand’s image and creating wow moments for customers. It’s not an easy job, but it’s a rewarding one. As with all great gigs, the line to the top is long, and standing out is more difficult than […]

The New Employee Onboarding Checklist For 2021

Onboarding new employees brings many challenges, especially after 2020. We have created the ultimate new employee onboarding checklist to keep you in check for 2021. New Hire Checklist Interviews are over, you’ve made an offer, and they’ve accepted it. Now it’s time to get all the behind the scenes details sorted out before they start. […]

7 Top Retail Interview Questions and Sample Answers
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It’s not easy to push past the dozens – or even hundreds – of other job applicants out there. In fact, TopResume found that 75% of resumes are rejected before ever reaching the hiring manager. It’s harder than ever to stand out in a crowd, and getting a fair shot is far from the last […]

8 Retail Skills Every Sales Associate Needs to Have
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Working in retail is challenging. It’s a tough but necessary job, and retail sales associates rarely get the respect that they deserve. Instead, they’re subject to irate customers, exhausting work, and odd hours. Dealing with a stressful job in retail requires certain skills to stay sane, let alone productive. If you want to succeed in […]

How to Write an Employee Application Form (with Free Template)
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Hiring managers have a tough job. They have to find qualified applicants, entice them enough to formally apply, weed through stacks upon stacks of employee application forms, hold interviews, make offers, send rejection letters, and often aid in the onboarding process. That’s a lot. Naturally, you’re looking for a few ways to streamline this arduous […]

How to Write a Professional Job Description (with Free Template)
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Job descriptions get a bad rep these days. They feel unnecessarily long, and they’re often full of jargon and buzzwords few of us understand. To put it plainly, they feel like a formality we could all do without. There’s some truth to those feelings, but ultimately it’s a matter of perspective. Job descriptions can, and […]

How To Write An Effective Job Rejection Letter (with Free Template)
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Job hunting is far from easy these days. For starters, many companies hire internally, which means you’ll never hear about some of the best open roles on the market. It’s also a highly competitive market where job postings will sometimes see hundreds of applications. Naturally, more applications mean more rejection letters. Or that’s the idea […]

How to Write a Reference Letter (with Free Template)
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Reference letters are a staple of the business and educational world. If you hold any management position or regularly employ freelancers, you’ll likely be asked to write a reference letter for someone eventually. Since reference letters can have a huge impact on someone’s career and if they get hired for a potential job, it’s important […]

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