Make Your Resume Shine

Make Your Resume Shine

  You’re optimistic, dedicated, and focused in finding suitable employment opportunities. How do you convey work skills and experience on paper in a manner that captivates potential employers? Perhaps you’re seeking a career venture or steady employment options. In either case it’s crucial to have an updated resume readily available. Employers are bombarded with resumes… Continue Reading

Be Prepared With These Interview Questions!

Be Prepared With These Interview Questions!

  Your resume captured the employer’s attention and now it’s time to organize for the interview! Reviewing questions and preparing ahead of time enhances confidence on your big day! Don’t be alarmed with unexpected interview questions. Be prepared to give proficient and thought-out responses, highlighting skills required for the job opening. Do allow room for… Continue Reading

Employee Holiday Gift Ideas

Employee Holiday Gift Ideas

The holidays are here and gift giving is on the rise! Department stores are filled with new gadgets and beautiful apparels. These vast selections can be overwhelming for employees gifting anonymous coworkers. It’s important to remember the act of giving is more than the gift itself, as it carries the potential of building lasting relationships… Continue Reading

US created 211K jobs in Nov; unemployment rate at 5%

US created 211K jobs in Nov; unemployment rate at 5%

The U.S. economy generated a solid 211,000 jobs in November, a number that topped expectations and may have turned the final key for the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates later this month. In a much-anticipated report, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said nonfarm payroll growth continued to build on the momentum from October. Wall… Continue Reading

Getting Positive Results on Social Media

Getting Positive Results on Social Media

Social media is one of the strongest platforms used by jobseekers and businesses alike. Individuals seeking employment as well as companies needing qualified workers benefit from Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and other social sites. With the growing interest in social media, more and more individuals conveniently search for jobs using mobile and other electronic devices. However,… Continue Reading

Management Tips for Young Professionals

Management Tips for Young Professionals

Millennials account for 36 percent of the U.S. workforce, and currently hold numerous leadership positions. Research from DDI and The Conference Board relates positive attributions young leaders offer to their work environments. According to the DDI study, the pace at which an organization grows is highly related to the number of Millennials in leadership positions.… Continue Reading

Confidence Building Strategies For New Graduates

Confidence Building Strategies For New Graduates

You invested numerous years studying the profession of your dreams and the time has arrived to launch your career. Seeking work in today’s competitive job market can be intimidating for new professional graduates. Your resume can be striking, yet presenting confidence when interviewing speaks volumes. Displaying self-assurance when seeking employment increases the likelihood of others… Continue Reading

Jobseekers With Disabilities

Jobseekers With Disabilities

Pursuing employment can be quite intense as jobseekers prepare to highlight occupational skills and potentials that supersede those of other applicants. The job search requires thorough preparation such as proper attire, anticipating interview questions, and doing researching on the company and/or leadership team. People with disabilities may face other challenges along with the normal stressors… Continue Reading

Stress-Reducing Tips for Smarter Leadership

Stress-Reducing Tips for Smarter Leadership

  Contributions and benefits inspire some to acquire management positions, but effective leadership requires more than a job title. Roles and responsibilities in the workplace vary according to job industry and company needs. There are various levels and styles of leadership, but one common experience shared by many in management positions is stress. How can… Continue Reading