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  • Express Blog Articles Lakewood, CO 5 Tips on How to Write a Professional Email Lakewood, CO - 11/29/2021 Whether you're reaching out to prospective employers or sending a thank you email after an interview, it's important to know how to write a professional email that is concise, pleasant and clear.
    Express Blog Articles Lakewood, CO Tips for Starting a New Job Lakewood, CO - 10/13/2021 First, congratulations on your new job! You've made it through the stressful ordeal known as a job search, and you've accepted a new position. Now what?
    Job Search and Staffing Experts in Lakewood, Colorado A Provider of Temp Services in Lakewood Reveals How to Talk About Weaknesses During a Job Interview Lakewood, CO - 08/13/2021 Have you ever been asked, "what is your greatest weakness?" It's a common interview question and one that can make even the most confident people anxious. Often, job candidates answer this question with something like, "I'm sometimes too hard on myself," or "I work too hard sometimes." In most cases, however, candidates should try to steer away from discussing personal weaknesses and instead focus on job-related weaknesses. To help inspire you for your next interview, here are five questions to ask yourself about any potential weaknesses provided by a Lakewood  job center
    Thumbnail - Express Blog Articles A Lakewood Employment Center is Revealing How to Keep Your Job Skills Current Lakewood, CO - 07/21/2021 If you are searching for a job, then you know that keeping your skills current is very important. Having current skills and qualifications can help you get jobs and do well in your career.
    Thumbnail - Express Blog Articles Maintaining Structure with a Flexible Workforce Solutions Lakewood, CO - 05/04/2021 The workplace is changing. No longer do you see the majority of businesses confining employees to an 8-to-5, brick-and-mortar office space. Now, more companies are opting for remote, work-from-home options and flexible schedules. If the global pandemic caused by the COVID-19 virus taught business leaders anything it's this-maintaining productivity is more about the what, not the where.