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What to bring to an interview

Picture this nightmare: You walk into an interview for your dream job, shake hands with the hiring manager, sit down, and then realize you’ve arrived completely empty-handed. We’re talking no copies of your resume, no pen and paper for notes. Unfortunately, your lack of preparation may have just cost you your dream job. To prevent […]

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How to Help Pets/Animals Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Local and national organizations are fighting hard to save pets/animals trapped in Hurricane Harvey’s wake – and they need support. The Humane Society of the United States has been working tirelessly with local groups to evacuate animals trapped by Harvey. LRSolutions is helping by donating to local charities. If you would like to join us […]

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Climbing Your Way to a Tech Management Role

Not every tech pro wants to end up in management. Nonetheless, there are good reasons to aim for that particular brass ring. At larger companies, for example, managers with technical skills often get to lead the most interesting projects. And then there’s the money factor: managers can get paid more—the average pay for tech management […]

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Welcome Krista Hackman

LRSolutions, LLC is pleased to announce and welcome Krista Hackman as Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist. Krista will be responsible for sourcing, recruiting and interviewing IT candidates.  With over 15 years of recruiting and human resource experience, Krista has a proven record of discovering talent, building a strong employment brand and maintaining great relationships with both […]

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5 Professional Networking Tips for Introverts

Introverts often get a bad rap. Despite being inwardly inclined, introverts aren’t completely antisocial, nor are they any less capable then their extroverted counterparts. In fact, some of the biggest names in tech, including Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Marissa Mayer and Guy Kawasaki are self professed introverts. However, networking can be more intimidating for introverts, and […]

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Five Ways to Keep Your Career Moving Forward

The wisdom expressed in the adage “a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush” is applicable to job seekers. It is usually far easier to find another job if you’re already employed. But how can you ensure that the worst never happens to you — that you’re never left without a job […]

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These brain foods can help you stay focused at work

Your caffeine-and-sugar fix isn’t cutting it? Nosh your way to a productive workday with these healthy snacks and foods. For busy working people such as yourself, it’s easy to think of food in terms of what it helps your body stop doing: It quells stomach growls during meetings and suppresses the hungry feelings that put […]

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How to decipher a job description to improve your chances of getting hired

Get a better understanding of what exactly an employer is looking for, and use those insights to put some extra shine on your job application. Job descriptions can vary from company to company—even if you’re searching for one particular job title—so you have to know how to interpret the information in front of you.   […]

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Which employee benefits are actually worth getting excited about?

According to a new report, there are almost 350 perks companies are using to lure candidates. This is how you can tell which ones really matter. Back in the day, companies used to offer basic benefits packages—you know, medical, dental, prescription programs and 401(k) matching. Now? There’s a whole lot more on the table, ranging […]

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