Master Networking Events With These 9 Tactics

I’m one of those rare people who genuinely enjoys professional networking. I cherish the panel discussions, the casual meetups, the conferences, I love them all. But it wasn’t always like this. I was shy early on in my career, and I dreaded introducing myself to strangers. But over time, I developed a new mindset the

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Human Job Search – Knowing What You Want

We’ve gone video! Boly:Welch’s HR Recruiters, Cory Mlady and Abby Engers recently launched a vlog series covering everything from your job search to struggles that employers have finding great talent – and it’s taking off like wildfire! In this video, they discuss the importance of knowing what you want, the very foundation of a successful

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Boly:Welch In The News

Boly:Welch-ers have been out and about around Portland – and in the news! Late last month, our HR/Operations Director, Karen Fogg, participated in a Portland Business Journal panel to discuss the importance of a healthy workplace culture. Also on the panel, Gina Zaharie, COO of Environments, and Joyce DeMonnin, communications and media relations director for

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4 Ways to Master Your Job Search While Working Full-Time

Between job applications, interviews and following up, sometimes searching for the right new job can feel like a full-time job all by itself. So if you’re currently employed and starting a job search, you need to be extra diligent and efficient with how you spend your time. Running a Portland job board for the past

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The Performance Review is Dead; Long Live the Performance Review!

Most employees dislike performance reviews. In fact, the only people who might dislike the traditional performance review more than the employees themselves are the managers who give them. In many companies, performance reviews are an annual challenge timed in conjunction with, or linked to, compensation reviews (often just before the December holidays, prior to the

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