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 »

Didn’t Get the Job? How to Learn and Improve for Next Time

Being passed over for a job you really wanted can be a harsh blow. Losing out on the job, however, is no disgrace – the mistake is in not dedicating some time and effort to figuring out if there is anything you can do to improve your skills for the next interview. If you didn’t… Read more »

Five Simple Ways to Boost Productivity in the Workplace

Everyone wants to boost productivity — knowing where to begin is the hard part. The good news is, improving productivity doesn’t need to be expensive or time consuming. Here are five simple ways you can boost your employees’ productivity starting today: Email Smarter Believe it or not, email is one of the biggest productivity killers… Read more »

Is it Ever Okay to Quit Without an Explanation?

We’ve all worked a job that was so soul-crushing that our one dream was to walk out the door without a word to anyone. But if you’re serious about building your career, you won’t give into the temptation to leave an employer without giving notice – it’s a huge mistake. Are Some Bridges Best Burned?… Read more »

Secrets to Success: The Key to Writing an Administrative Assistant Cover Letter

You know you’d make a great administrative assistant, but you’re having trouble getting your foot in the door with prospective employers. The key may be in the often-overlooked cover letter you’re submitting with your resume. The secret to success when it comes to writing a cover letter is to think of it as an advertisement… Read more »