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How You Can Help Your Community During The Coronavirus You may not have a job and you have to keep a closer watch on your money than normal, but you know that you are still very fortunate compared to many people, and you want to pay that good fortune forward. But what, exactly, can you… Read more »

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How To Keep Yourself Occupied While Job Hunting You’re following all the tips we gave you in our last blog and are working hard to find a great new career. But after a certain point, dedicating all your time to job hunting can start to wear on you. So, how can you keep yourself occupied and… Read more »

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5 Fantastic Job-Searching Tips In our last blog post, we talked about how to nail your online or phone interview. But what if you’re having trouble finding a job in the first place? This week we’re offering tips on making the most out of your job-hunting experience. Rewrite Your Resume First impressions are everything, and… Read more »

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How To Ace A Phone Or Video Interview How pleased were you to learn that companies are still interviewing right now? Even better, they want to interview you! But it’s not going to be in person. Yes, companies are shifting their interview strategies to utilize video technology. We don’t want you to miss out on… Read more »

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Five Tips To Keep Your Remote Team Motivated Through a combination of luck and skill, you’ve assembled a great team that not only produces good work on a regular basis but works incredibly well together. You’ve been a little reluctant to let people work from home, though, in part because of how well you’ve done… Read more »

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Four Terrific Telecommuting Tactics One impact the coronavirus has had on working America is most employees, probably yourself included, are now working from home. In fact, some of you might even be doing so for the first time. Here at Queen, we have plenty of experience in the telecommuting world, so today we wanted to… Read more »

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  While many questions regarding the novel coronavirus remain unanswered at this time, there are practical, commonsense ways for you to take care of yourself, protect others, and monitor latest developments. Based on guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, QCG recommends that all employees: Avoid close contact with people who are… Read more »

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Providing a candidate with a positive experience during the hiring process, is just as important to the job seeker, if not more, as the job they are applying for. PwC recently came out with a study about how recruiting experience impacts candidates and their decisions to take offers. The article provides six ways companies can… Read more »

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For the third year in a row Queen Consulting Group volunteered at Pine Street Inn, New England’s largest resource for homeless men and women.  Our Connecticut and Boston based teams each spent a day helping to prepare and serve meals, and spread a little holiday cheer by making a donation to the facility and their… Read more »