Here are three ways to help you achieve your 2020 New Year’s Resolutions.
In a market where unemployment levels are so low and new jobs are plentiful, candidates have the upper hand. Many workers are realizing the abundance of opportunities available to them. Most professionals no longer have to go out of their way to hunt for jobs. Rather, recruiters are reaching out to them through LinkedIn, alumni networks, and other professional associations.
Did you know… your profile is eleven times more likely to be viewed IF it has a profile picture, but don’t just copy and paste your current Facebook pic.
Having the right picture is crucial. The following infographic highlights 5 tips to ensure your profile is well-lit, professional and welcoming. For more information, read our blog post in full, here. Continue reading
The following highlights a few helpful tips on how to be more organized with a planner, but choose a way that’s best for you. Continue reading
Hiring managers receive about 250 applications per job, and they spend only around six seconds looking at each one. If you want to stand out, you have a limited time to do so. Learn how with our Resume and Cover Letter guide! Continue reading
It might be flattering to know that your boss wants you to stick around. However, if you’re ready to leave a company and your boss is trying to convince you to stay, the situation can quickly grow uncomfortable. Here are all the things employers will say to get you to stay and why you shouldn’t listen to any of them. Continue reading
Did you know that most employers will check your social media when you apply for a job? But don’t worry, you don’t have to make everything private or delete all your pictures from the internet. Here is all you need to know on making your social media job hunt ready!
The average employee attends 62 meetings per month—yet nearly half (47%) consider meetings to be the top time-waster at the office (Atlassian). Unproductive and unstructured meetings have become a constant in the workplace—and the drain on company resources can be surprising. Continue reading
Most of the pitfalls in HiPo programs are not easy fixes. They often require thorough revision of the procedures and practices in place. Nevertheless, improving these programs can be incredibly beneficial to both the company and its employees. Research and experience has revealed some of the most successful ways to find, develop, and engage high-potential talent.