How Can You Position Yourself for Success?

Scoring the job you want requires a great deal of time and effort. Many candidates think submitting a well-written, tailored resume is all it takes, but that’s just a small part of it. You’ll get from your job search exactly what you put into it, so give it your all. Put yourself out there and Read more »

Why You Should Consider Cultural Fit

Adding a new person to your team is a huge decision. If you get lucky, you might find a candidate who has all the skills you need — including those nice-to-haves — and a winning personality to match, but it doesn’t always work that way. When you find someone with all the right qualifications, it’s Read more »

Are You Unconsciously Sabotaging Your Interviews?

If you’ve been on the job market for a while now, but still haven’t received an offer, you’re probably feeling frustrated. Getting interviews hasn’t been a problem, as you’ve been on several, but nothing ever comes from them. This might be hard to accept, but the reason you’re hearing crickets could be your own fault. Read more »

How Can I Hire the Best Candidate?

As a company leader, hiring decisions are the single most important moves you make for your business. However, getting it right isn’t easy and getting it wrong can be incredibly costly. Trying to make these choices on your own is rough, but you don’t have to go it alone. When you team up with a Read more »

It’s Time to Reposition Your Weakness

Job interviews aren’t meant to be easy. Hiring managers purposefully ask tough questions because they want to see the real you. Designed to make you sweat, “What is your greatest weakness?” is frequently on their list of interview questions. Revealing a weakness to a hiring manager you’re trying to impress might seem counterintuitive, but it Read more »

Overcoming a Skill Mismatch on Your Team

Your current team is great, but they don’t have all the skills needed to take your company to the top. Knowledge gaps have begun to hinder productivity, so it’s time to tighten things up. Conduct a skills assessment — if you haven’t already done so — to determine exactly what your team is lacking to Read more »

Make Employee Wellness a Priority This Year

As the new year begins, individuals will be making changes to their habits, lifestyles and goals. As a company, you should too! One of the goals many companies are adopting this year is to make employee wellness a priority. Check out why this initiative is essential for your organization. Why Wellness Matters in the Workplace Read more »

Dress (Your Resume) for the Job You Want!

A loud and embellished outfit, on a man or a woman, can give off the wrong impression in an interview – you’re seeking attention, you’re vain, you’re overcompensating, you’re distracting. However, an understated, professional clothing choice, on any candidate, sends the best possible message: You have pride, you’re responsible, you’re dedicated, and you came here Read more »

Is Your Slow Hiring Process Costing You Top Candidates?

Your goal as a hiring manager is to fill a vacant position with the best candidate as quickly as possible. If your hiring process is too lengthy, you won’t accomplish this initiative. Not only are highly qualified candidates more susceptible to be recruited by a competitor, but drawn out hiring decisions will cost your company Read more »

An Essential Link in the Chain: Why LinkedIn Matters

Are you using LinkedIn? Whether you’re an active job seeker or a professional who takes his or her career seriously, you should be. This platform and its users represent a networking subset with an advantage over non-users. Learn why, and see what you can do to make LinkedIn work for you. What LinkedIn is All Read more »