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Interview Tips During a Pandemic (and Beyond)

College grads, listen up! While the job market is challenging (especially this year, given COVID-19), don’t be discouraged. Use that expensive piece of paper you just earned alongside some extra strategy to land the best job for you.
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Ladies, Listen Up: Stop Using These Seven Phrases in Business

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As a woman-owned business, we often are the only females in the boardroom.
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Hiring Decisions Based on Your Gut

Interviewing candidates can be a daunting task, but if you balance the process between tests and gut checks, you’ll find great talent in unexpected places.
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Our Top Tips for a Great Performance Review

In my experience, I have had two performance reviews since I started at Snackbox. The first performance review happened while I was an intern
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What NOT to Do/Wear During a Job Interview

So you have internship experience, a college degree, and your planner cleared for ample amounts of job interviews. But how do you present yourself and what do you wear?
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So you want to work at Snackbox?

As a business owner, I receive a lot of emails about available positions. And, when I talk about needing specific types of people on Twitter, the numbers double, sometimes triple.
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Job Searching Secrets from the Frontlines

As an entrepreneur and principal of our public relations practice at Snackbox, I see resumes from a wide variety of job seekers throughout the country on a regular basis.
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Treat Your Job Search Like a Client

A few things to think about as you look for a job ... you have a lot of competition. Treat your job search just as you'd treat a client.
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Attachment Gripes

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In public relations, we're constantly sharing information with reporters, clients, vendors, employees, and so on. As computer viruses increase as well as the use of mobile devices
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Warning Signs of a Bad Job

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A few days ago, a non-compete agreement I signed a couple years ago will expire. The agreement was signed January 27, 2006 and, at the time, I was so eager to move to Chicago,