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Orlando Business Journal Names ISGF a 2015 Best Places to Work in Central Florida for the Small Company Category


For Immediate Release Orlando, Florida – May 21, 2015 – ISGF is proud to announce it has been named one of the2015 Best Places to Work in CentralFlorida by Orlando Business Journal. Quantum Workplace, based in Omaha,Nebraska, used a proprietary formula to rank companies based on an anonymousemployee survey. The survey provided feedback about the employee satisfactionin workplace […]

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Bored At Work? It Could Get You Fired.


Gallup’s 2013 State of the American Workplace Report showed that just thirty percent of employees are engaged and inspired. Fifty-two percent of employees are constantly zoned out, not entirely focusing on the work at hand. Eighteen percent of employees are actively disengaged at work. As employers, this last statistic is the most terrifying as Gallup […]

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Have Fun, but Not Too Much Fun – Office Party Etiquette


Parties are fun. Holiday parties are even more fun. But what about office holiday parties? Not the office luncheon where things are controlled but the evening holiday office party where you spend the evening dining and drinking with colleagues whom you may or may not like? Many people would describe the above as an evening […]

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Time For a Resume Tune-Up!


If employers could convey one thing to prospective employees, it would be to look at your resume before you send it in to correct obvious mistakes like proofreading, but, more importantly, take a step back and look at the resume through eyes of the person hiring for the position you want and remove anything that […]

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Employers Beware!


Are you a United States citizen? What is your credit score? Have you ever been arrested but not convicted? Did you attend a religious university? What does your spouse do for a living? How many children do you have? Have you ever been interviewed and asked these questions? If so, the individual conducting the interview […]

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Saving Your At-Risk Job!


A subpar economy and poor earnings has led many companies to be faced with the daunting task of downsizing. Whether through general layoffs or direct terminations, a large number of people, including highly skilled and highly educated individuals, are finding themselves on the unemployment line. While people often view their loss of a job as […]

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Tis The Season For Seasonal Employment


With the economy in a recession, many potential employers are looking for ways to cut costs. Often this means keeping a minimal staff and bringing on more help only when needed. Seasonal and temporary positions are becoming much more common.  Keep in mind that seasonal employment doesn’t only mean holiday retail, but extends to summer […]

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The On Purpose Job Search


Applying certain strategies helps to ensure that your job search is effective and not a complete waste of time.  When you have a plan in place, you can avoid “spinning your wheels” so to speak, wasting time with jobs that you are either not a good fit for, or that are not a good fit […]

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Top 10 Things To Avoid In an Interview


You really want that position you applied for, and now you’ve landed an interview.  What should you do, and what should you make certain you do NOT do?  It’s natural to get a little nervous, but with some practice and preparing, you can make the best possible impression. What are the top 10 things you […]

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Getting The Most Out of Your Recruiter


Those who use a recruiter in their attempt to find the perfect position or career can help themselves immensely by following a few simple rules.  A recruiter, also sometimes referred to a “headhunter” can assist you in your job search, hopefully helping you find a position that is perfectly matched to your skills, qualifications and […]