JJOINER | September 25, 2017 - 1:10pm

There are plenty of opportunities to get involved with ABC Solutions for students. Internships are constantly becoming available. There are interns working on the current #100jobs campaign for ABC Solutions, where we are reintegrating workers back into the workforce.

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JJOINER | September 20, 2017 - 2:17pm

Curious as to what employers are looking for in their employees? We've got you covered. I had the privilege of being behind the scenes and watching as employees got hard to work. Typically, you fill out the job application and go do an interview (maybe even a few interviews). What happens after that, though? Well, once you get the job, there is typically some form of training. A part of it is online, doing modules, watching videos, and things of that nature that show you how to do the job that you have been assigned.

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JJOINER | September 15, 2017 - 12:40pm

Your brand is everything, right? You want to take all of the necessary precautions to make sure that you expand and grow it with positive thoughts associated with it. No one wants a tarnished brand. Well, here at ABC Solutions, we want the same thing for your brand, which is why we have top notch clients here ready to join the workforce and assist you with upholding your good name. That is why you should pledge job interviews for our clients.

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JJOINER | September 7, 2017 - 11:00am

New to Twitter? Unexperienced? Not a problem. ABC Solutions is on social media, and Twitter is one of the mediums that we use to touch basis with clients, partners, and those looking to get involved with our #100jobs campaign. If you're new or unexperienced on Twitter, you should follow us at https://twitter.com/abcsolutionsnc. On Twitter, you will find job listings, updates on our campaigns, and other pertient information about ABC Solutions and what we are doing.

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GUEST | May 2, 2017 - 2:22pm

Hello recruiters, corporate entities and future employees. I am excited to announce that ABC Solutions has launched their campaign to find companies willing to hire 100 of our qualified candidates. With your help - along with community participation - we can succeed at helping disabled vets, people with cognitive, emotional and/or physical disabilities get back to work.

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ADMIN | January 27, 2017 - 10:15pm

Listen, If you are new to social work and considering becoming an intern, let me give you some great insight about this profession based on my personal experiences. If followed, you will be able to apply what you have learned in your coursework while working in an environment that fosters growth and new challenges. Social work is a broad field full of many responsibilities and duties, which are in step with most business service industries.

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TGIBSON | December 19, 2016 - 3:09pm

Listen, for any job that is in high demand, expect difficult questions! Why? Easy, its the law of supply and demand! High supply of candidates for high demand jobs put massive pressure on job recruiters to get it right the first time when searching through the massive influx of human capital. In my experience, mining and interviewing each good candidate takes approximately 2 hours from initial discovery to end of call. So remember candidates, recruiters do not have much time listening to poorly prepared interviewees attempt to struggle through interview questions. What they want to see and hear are candidates that have done their homework and are confident about their answers. To be that person, you must remember the following suggestion: Always Research and Practice before stepping into every interview. Research the company, the people (including the interviewer) and learn key facts that will "stump" every person that dares to interview you! Next, Practice. Practice your look and practice your answers to the questions you're most likely to be asked. Say your answers out loud over and over—and write them down. If done correctly, this act will help ingrain your answers more deeply in your brain— and will significantly improve your success. Well, you probably need to know what questions to prepare for, right? I got the top questions that I (and my recruiter friends) always try to ask when conducting an interview. Here are the top 10:

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ADMIN | October 15, 2013 - 11:03am

This is the edited version of an interesting blog entry that I discovered from a site called, http://www.mizzbea2u.com/ from blogger, Ms. Brandi N. Williams, APR.

Urban Education Expert Christopher Emdin, Ph.D and New Jersey Mayor Corey Booker understand that to truly engage a community you must first understand the community - without judging them - and then engage them where they are.

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TGIBSON | December 10, 2011 - 12:30pm

I have heard all the reasons on why you still DO NOT own a smartphone: its too complicated, too "techy" and too expensive. Let me assure you, although valid points in the past, today's smartphones are rapidly becoming the only choice for less tech driven customers like you, seeking to save money on everyday items. (Click title for more)

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