Putting a face to a name has never been so easy in today’s technology-driven world. In the past decade, video conferencing software has grown exponentially, and employers have taken notice. For many hiring managers or Human Resources professionals, a simple phone screen will no longer suffice. Video interviews have become the norm, and not executing […]
The leaves on the ground are drying out and crunching, college students are coming home for the holiday weekend and the “Black Friday” ads are starting. It’s almost Thanksgiving; a time to over-eat, laugh, spend time with family and friends, play football and realize how much we have to be thankful for. I’m proud to […]
It is very common in new employment scenarios that a candidate can go through an entire hiring process, come on board, and leave the company shortly after. This could be a voluntary decision from the hire or a decision made by the employer that it was not a good fit. Either way, there are a […]
There are multiple factors that employers take into account during a job interview. Those include your knowledge, preparedness, skills sets, punctuality, and body language. Each factor can be a plus or minus stacked either for or against you in the decision making process. Here are a few Do’s & Don’ts for Body Language during an […]
Unemployment can be difficult, frustrating, and lengthy. It can also be relaxing and a great time to catch up on projects around the house or see family. As you begin to get into “Search Mode,” and are ready to find your next job, here are 5 tips to help you in your job hunt.
How did our parents balance all this?! I wake up at 6am every day, and the immediate scramble to check the baby monitor and view my calendar for the day invades my mind. Did we take out the trash? What day is lawn bag removal? Do I have clean exercise clothes? Do I have any […]