Does Your Company Culture Attract New Hires?

Company culture encompasses the shared values, beliefs, and behaviors that shape the work environment. A strong and positive company culture not only creates a sense of belonging and engagement among employees but also serves as a powerful magnet for attracting top talent. Candidates are looking for more than just a job; they want to be… Read more »

How Do You Respond To a Hiring Freeze?

A hiring freeze can be disheartening for job candidates, especially when they are in the midst of an interview cycle and things seem promising. In this blog post, we will discuss what a hiring freeze is, why it happens, and how candidates can effectively respond if they find themselves in such a situation. We’ll explore… Read more »

Are You on Track to Meet Your 2023 Business Goals?

As we approach the halfway point of 2023, it’s a good time for businesses to reflect on their progress toward their goals for the year. If your organization set goals at the beginning of the year, now is the time to review. It’s essential to take some time to assess your progress and determine if… Read more »

Is Your Resume ‘Word Soup’?

When it comes to creating an impressive resume, many job seekers fall into the trap of the “word soup” effect. This happens when a resume is filled with an overwhelming amount of skills, experiences, and buzzwords, making it difficult for hiring managers to decipher what the candidate is truly good at.  In order to stand… Read more »

Preventing Employee Attrition

Employee attrition, or turnover, can be a major concern for employers. Losing valuable employees can be costly and time-consuming, not to mention disruptive to business operations. But what causes employees to leave in the first place, and what can employers do to prevent it? In this blog, we’ll explore the topic of employee attrition and… Read more »

Phrases to Avoid Saying in an Interview

Job interviews can be intimidating, and it’s easy to say the wrong thing without realizing it. Even small mistakes can be costly and can make a negative impression on the interviewer. In this blog, we’ll explore some common phrases that job candidates should avoid saying in an interview, and offer some suggestions for what to… Read more »

Laid Off? Here are Lessons To Be Learned

Losing your job can be one of the most stressful and traumatic experiences in life. In many cases, it’s a situation that’s beyond your control and may come unexpectedly. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some lessons that can be learned from being laid off, and how to handle it in the best way possible. … Read more »

The 101 on Job References

As a job seeker, you know that putting together a solid resume and cover letter is just the beginning of the job search process. When it comes time for the hiring manager to make their final decision, they may want to speak with your job references to get a better sense of your work experience… Read more »

How Employers Can Stand Out In The Interview

Flipping the script for a moment – as a recruiter or hiring manager, have you ever considered what you can do to make your company stand out during the interview process? In an increasingly competitive market, it’s not just job seekers who need to make a good impression. Employers also need to find ways to… Read more »

When and How to Include Your GPA on Your Resume

This one goes out to all the recent graduates who will be entering the workforce! As you begin the job search process, you may be wondering whether or not to include your GPA on your resume. After all, you worked hard for that GPA and you want to show potential employers that you have what… Read more »