Your Path to the Job You Want in 2019

Feel like you’ve been stuck in a rut at work but aren’t sure how to take your career in a new direction? With a new year comes new opportunities. Here are a few steps you can take to find the path to the job you want in 2019. Embrace Temporary Opportunities Employers want to look… Read more »

Yes, You Still Need a Resume for an Industrial Job – Here’s Why!

If you are looking for industrial work, you need to make sure that you have a strong resume. While many people assume resumes are only for desk jobs, this is simply not the case. Many employers require a resume for industrial work. Even if an employer doesn’t mandate that you provide a resume as a… Read more »

Effective Tactics to Give Thanks to Your Employees – Not Just at Thanksgiving

During Thanksgiving, it’s important to remember all that you are grateful for. Your business and your employees should be at the top of your list. Show your employees how much they mean to you this month and every month with these key tactics that really make a difference. Understand the Cost of Unappreciated Staff The… Read more »

Can I Help? Three Ways to Help a Lazy Co-Worker

Getting things done at work requires collaborating effectively with your teammates. And when one of them doesn’t seem to be pulling their weight, that can really drag you down. Don’t let a lazy co-worker ruin your good name. Here are three things you can do to help them kick things up a notch. Ask Them… Read more »

Stress at Work – 4 Tips to Overcome

Stress is a normal part of the workday, but when it becomes overwhelming, it can have negative health impacts. And while employers and employees alike are learning that the importance of a good work-life balance is critical, overcoming stress at work can seem like something well out of your control.  Here are four things you… Read more »

New Career? New Resume? How to Create a Resume that Gets You a Job in a New Industry

Changing industries mid-career can seem daunting. But don’t let a career change slow you down. So many skills and experiences are completely transferable across industry lines, but you need to position yourself correctly to make sure you are coming across as knowledgeable and prepared to make the change rather than starting from zero. Here are… Read more »

How Social Media and Employee Engagement Helps Your Recruiting Efforts

Did you know that employee-created recruiting posts on their natural social media channels generate eight times the engagement that the business page would? They also increase brand awareness by almost 15x. According to one study, 84 percent of people trust such posts from people compared with only 15 percent who trust brands who produce similar… Read more »

Nearly 100 People Per Day Are Moving to Nashville. Where Can You Find Jobs?

Nashville is an amazing opportunity if you are looking to relocate for work. If you feel like you have hit a wall in your local job search and are considering making a change, Nashville is an excellent choice. Here’s why. A Long-Term Strong Job Market The Nashville job market has been growing at an impressive… Read more »

Boring Interview Questions Don’t Require Boring Answers

Preparing for an interview can be one of the toughest parts of your job search. It requires lots of preparation, practice, and confidence to get it just right. A big part of your preparation should be rehearsing your best answer to common interview questions. Even the boring ones. But you don’t want to provide a… Read more »

We Thought Your Job Interview Was Tomorrow. What to Do When You’re a Day Early

Nothing could be worse than being a day late for your interview. But being a day early can be equally difficult to rebound from. Here’s why. It’s all about your attention to detail. Interview Prep When it comes to getting ready for an interview, the preparation is key to the process. If you were scheduling… Read more »