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The days of putting on your best business suit and interviewing in person may be a thing of the past. As we adjust to our “new normal”, employers are having to become creative in the interviewing process. Many are conducting interviews remotely via telephone or Zoom meetings; however, you should not take this as the […]Read More
Now is the time of year when a lot of us dust off the cookbooks looking for the perfect holiday recipe or scour the recipe file for Grandmother’s famous jello mold. Resume writing is very similar to crafting the perfect holiday recipe. A successful resume is a culmination of the perfect amount of self-promotion tailored […]Read More
There is no doubt that 2020 has been a challenging year that no one will forget. It would be easy to say that it is the worst year ever, but don’t be so quick to give up on it just yet. You can take comfort knowing that 2020 will not last forever, and better days […]Read More
If you are looking to gain meaningful employment, sometimes it can be overwhelming especially when you don’t know where to start. Some potential job seekers lose out on a great opportunity because they don’t understand how employment agencies work. This can be even more confusing due to the many different labels given to staffing services. […]Read More
There is a lot more to be frightened of than ghouls and ghosts during Halloween! October is Cyber Security Awareness Month. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) acknowledges that 7 million records are compromised daily. They also report that cyber-crime has increased 20% in the first three months of 2020 due to the […]Read More
Calming the Butterflies!
You have done the hard work, did your research, went on the interview and got HIRED! Congratulations on your new job! However, now the sweaty palms, increased heart rate and the butterflies. Your mind is racing with all the questions pertaining to the who, what, and where for the initial first day of work.
Faced with leaving a job? Ever wondered how exactly you are supposed to go about it? We’ve gathered some advice on the best- and worst- ways to write your resignation letter!Read More
Interviewing is stressful, no matter who you are or what position you are interviewing for. In a previous blog, we gave advice on how to conduct and present yourself for an interview, but the biggest concerns are what to actually say in the interview. We hope this blog will provide some answers to the most common interview topics.Read More