How to Connect with an Interviewer to Land Your Next Job

For most, a job interview is a nerve-wracking process. It’s only natural. After all, you’re being evaluated and questioned. Then there’s the fact that your future employment hinges on your success at making a good impression. While you can’t prepare for every possibility, or curveball an interviewer might throw at you, you can be well… Read more »

Is Your Workforce Ready to Jump Ship?

After a star employee leaves, company leaders often say, “I knew something was off.” The signs of an employee ready to abandon ship are clear, if you know how to recognize them. Signs of an Employee Getting Ready to Exit The biggest giveaway before the official resignation is a change in attitude and behavior. The… Read more »

How to Make a Strong Impression When You’re a Reserved Candidate

For a reserved person, nothing is more miserable than being put on the spot – which can make a job interview a real sticky situation. Making the best impression on interviewers can be a challenge when just making small talk with strangers is difficult, but all is not lost for those who are not the… Read more »

New to Town? Why Temporary Work Is a Great Idea!

Moving to a new town is exciting, but it can be a little scary, too – especially when you’re looking for a job. If you’ve never considered temping, there’s no better time than when you’ve just landed in a new job market. Temping is a great way to check out the local scene in your… Read more »

Is Your Social Media Presence Keeping You From Getting Hired?

When you’re live-tweeting the NCAA basketball tournament, posting status updates all weekend, or tagging yourself in friends’ photos, the last thing on your mind is your job search, but it should always be at the forefront. Your social media presence is increasingly important to your chances for getting hired, as employers turn more and more… Read more »