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Mexico Border Manufacturing Recruitment Challenges and Strategies in 2019, According to Industry Leaders

Technology disruptions. Generational shifts. Remote and flexible work. The increased focus on employee engagement and strengthening culture. This is today’s world of human resources. There’s no way around the secret to sustained growth: keeping up with current trends is survival. Organizations that don’t adapt to the demands of this new reality will quickly fall behind their competitors.

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Barbachano International Honors Jorge Roldan on his 20th Anniversary

Barbachano International, Inc. (BIP), the premier leader of human capital solutions in Mexico, Latin America, and the United States, honored its longest-serving employee Jorge Roldan, who celebrated his 20th anniversary with the company on January 18. The milestone was commemorated with a luncheon where Mr. Roldan was praised by his peers who remembered and shared many special moments and achievements.

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Why Should We Hire You? Here’s How You Ace One of The Most Important Interview Questions

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An interviewer’s job is to hire the best person for a given position, and in their search for the right candidate, many will ask you to make your case with one of the following questions:

  • Why should we hire you?
  • Why are you the right fit for the position?
  • What can you bring to the position that other candidates can’t?
  • Why do you want this job?
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Why You Should Resign Amicably From Your Job (No Matter Why You’re Leaving)

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It’s a universal truth that no one likes to be broken up with. Breakups can be difficult, messy, and awkward. In the world of business, resigning from a job, especially one you have been doing for a long time, can in many ways resemble a breakup. So, just like a breakup, a resignation should be handled respectfully, with tact, and above all, you should do what you can to minimize the damage. It’s always best to leave on amicable terms, no matter why you’re resigning, and here are a few reasons why.

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How to Manage a Micromanager and Thrive in Your Job

Constantly meddling. Implementing procedures which seem to be aimed at monitoring what everyone is doing. Making all decisions, no matter how small. Over-managing. Over-scrutinizing. Over-frustrating employees. If this sounds like your boss, their behavior is what scientists call a ‘corporate psychopath.’

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