How Is Google for Jobs Changing Your Job Search?

The job search has changed in the digital age. It’s not enough to go to an office with resume in hand. You need to know where the jobs are, who’s hiring, how they’re accepting applications, and what you can do to make sure yours gets the attention it deserves. All that starts with knowing who’s… Read more »

How Can You Network at Your Current Job?

Networking is all about meeting new people and making connections within a business or social setting. When you are employed, that can be challenging as you’re a little restricted in networking opportunities. While you might not be interested in looking for new opportunities, it’s important to keep making connections with coworkers, with managers and with… Read more »

Why You Should Ask for Feedback

You can see where you are, shows a manager you care, helps you improve yourself, can lead to better opportunities Learning how to give and take feedback is a crucial career skill. Feedback, both good and bad, is how we learn to improve and grow in our skills. While it can often be difficult to… Read more »

How to Make Sure You’re Safe on the Job

According to recent OSHA reports, more than 4,500 workers are killed on the job every year in the U.S., and about 3 million are injured. Workplace safety is everyone’s responsibility. To make sure you are safe on the job, you need to stay up to date with all safety laws, follow all safety procedures, call… Read more »

Leave a Lasting Impression on your Interviewer with This Tactic

There are so many ways to leave a good first impression during an interview, but chief among them is to be yourself. While this might sound cliché, there’s a reason you need to show up as your authentic (but still professional) self. It’s so they can make sure you fit in with the team culture,… Read more »

The Right Strategy in Preparing for Behavioral Questions in an Interview

As a job candidate, you want to present yourself as the most qualified professional, but you also want to be prepared for the behavioral questions that employers ask to see what sort of employee you will be. They are looking to learn how you will work with a team, and with their clients, and the… Read more »

Tips for Surviving the Night Shift

Working the night ѕhift iѕ always a challenge, and can hаvе a dramatic еffесt оn your overall hеаlth. Shift workers can suffer from extreme sleep deprivation if thеу do nоt knоw how to аdjuѕt and thrive during while wоrking the graveyard shift. If you’re working thе night ѕhift and finding it tough tо stay alert,… Read more »

How to Turn a Temporary Position into a Permanent One

Temporary work is not what it used to be. It’s more than just a short-term gig. A temporary position is an excellent chance to prove yourself, to build relationships with everyone at your assignment, to gain new skills and to learn about a company. Contracts are often now extended based on project length, business need,… Read more »

The Impact of Social Media on Your Job Hunt

When you are conducting a job hunt, there is a lot to manage. You slave over every last letter in your resume. You take the time to iron your interview shirt and pants. You go online to learn everything you can about the company you are interviewing with. You practice your answers and brainstorm good… Read more »

New Year’s Resolutions for Job Seekers

It’ѕ a new year, whiсh means thаt it is an excellent timе fоr a frеѕh ѕtаrt.  If уоu feel thаt уоur jоb search hаs ѕtаllеd, you саn take thiѕ орроrtunitу tо reboot that effort.  Sadly, it’ѕ unlikеlу that a jоb will just fаll in уоur lap, but if уоu аrе willing tо work hard, good… Read more »