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3-Step Plan to Boost Your Online Presence for Your Next Career Move

Where in the past a personal introduction, solid resume and winning interview might land that dream position, today’s job search demands that job seekers also have a carefully curated personal brand online. Recruiters and hiring managers are turning their attention online to not only find top talent, but to vet them as well. In fact, …

Recruiting Millennials

As members of another generation, whether you’re a Baby Boomer or part of Generation X or Y, communicating with the Millennial Generation can oftentimes require methods or tools you don’t normally use. Born between 1982 and 2004, you need different communication tools to connect effectively with this generation. As professionals outside of this generation, we …

What Happens After You Submit a Job Application

After scrutinizing every detail and tailoring your resume to fit the available position, your job application is ready. You finally get the nerve, press “apply” and wait—maybe for a few days or even months. Did the company actually receive your resume? Are there so many candidates that your application has been lost in hustle? Is …

Best Interview Tips for Job Candidates

Congratulations! You landed an interview for your dream job. Before you head out the door, you put on your favorite suit, print fresh copies of your updated resume and quickly skim the job posting as a refresher. While your polished, professional appearance may make for a good first impression, are you fully prepared to prove …

Hiring Experienced Employees: The Quantity vs. Quality Debate

When analyzing a candidate’s experience level for a position, what’s more important: the tenure of the previous jobs or the quality of work accomplished? Often, multiple, short-term positions can imply a lack of focus or an inability to complete long-term projects; however, in contrast, a candidate with a few lengthy positions may not have been …

To Interview Smarter Think Shorter

Whether it’s a New Year’s resolution, a stagnant career track, or a desire to try something new, if you’re looking to make a career move, the best plan of attack is planning. Looking at your resume from an interviewer’s point of view, making sure it’s perfect, and getting it to the right people are the …

What’s Trending for Job Searchers

What’s Trending for Job Searchers Whether it’s a buyer’s market or a seller’s paradise, the move to finding your career path or moving it forward starts with internet access. While word of mouth and referrals can get you in the door, online research can improve your interview experience. Knowing more about the company, understanding their …

A Match Made in Recruiting Heaven

Finding the right job or the right candidate may seem like good timing or good luck. But smart hiring professionals and top recruiting firms know that you don’t have to rely on the stars to make an excellent hiring match. By doing a little homework you can help align the planets in your favor. When …

Culture Eats Strategy Every Time…

We have all heard the famous phrase, “Culture eats strategy every time.” In terms of hiring, what does this really mean to an executive or manager looking to bring new people on to their team? More than you might think… Take, for example, the situation where a manager needs to hire a new person to …

It’s All About the Networking

It doesn’t seem like a day goes by where I hear this comment from a candidate, “I sent in my resume and I felt I was pretty qualified, but I didn’t hear a thing back. Not even a rejection letter.” This is all too common today to have candidates send in a resume only for …