Research the Company Before the Interview

AUTHOR: Michelle K.
POSTED: February 24, 2015 at 9:29 am

You just found your dream job and submitted your resume, but what should you do next? If you haven’t already researched the company prior to hitting the submit button, you should start digging! Here are a few tips to make sure your research is thorough and complete, to help you stand out in the interview.... » Read Full Article

Asking Friends for Job Search Help

AUTHOR: Shawn P.
POSTED: February 19, 2015 at 4:58 pm

Asking friends and former colleagues for assistance with your job search is without a doubt an awkward thing for many job seekers, but it’s worth the time and effort.. What’s important to know For generations, Americans found available career opportunities in the local newspaper’s help wanted section. However, classifieds and other traditional sources of job... » Read Full Article

Work-life Balance

AUTHOR: Michelle K.
POSTED: February 10, 2015 at 12:23 pm

One of the great accolades that business technology receives is the increased flexibility it gives today’s workers. It is with near certainty that you or someone you know works from their mobile device or telecommutes. Technology has created a world where savvy businesses allow workers to effectively decide when and how they will complete their... » Read Full Article

Mistakes to Avoid on Your LinkedIn Profile

AUTHOR: Michelle K.
POSTED: January 13, 2015 at 8:44 am

I’ve heard that in 2015 most hires will be found on LinkedIn or via employee referrals. Since LinkedIn is such an important piece in the hiring puzzle, don’t let silly mistakes be the reason you weren’t sought out and hired for your dream job. Profile Photo: I’ll be honest—if someone doesn’t have a profile picture, I... » Read Full Article

Clues the interview didn’t go as planned

AUTHOR: Michelle K.
POSTED: December 23, 2014 at 8:44 am

You just left the interview and you’re getting the sense that it didn’t go as well as you thought. If you’re feeling that way, it’s probably a good sign that it might not have. Here are some clues that you didn’t land the next interview. Time is cut short: The recruiter said to plan on... » Read Full Article

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