The great resignation is something employers have been experiencing for the past couple years. It’s a reflection of the deep dissatisfaction many professionals have with their employment situation. The ongoing global pandemic has forced workers to really evaluate what they need from their employers. And there are more opportunities available to those who realize they… Read more »
What Should Your Answers Be in a Job Interview After Being Laid Off?
Interviewers want to know everything about what makes you a great candidate to work for their company. Part of their strategy is to learn why you are looking for new opportunities. Whether you quit, were fired, or even laid off is all part of their getting to know you better. It is important to prepare… Read more »
Sharpen Your Email with Three Easy Tips
Do you ever feel like your emails get overlooked – or worse, ignored? This is a common problem in the modern age of fast-paced communication. Part of the problem is that everyone is bombarded by emails on a daily basis, and in order to make sure yours don’t get lost in the mix, your email… Read more »
Which Resume Format Works Best for Your Job Search?
Your resume is absolutely your best marketing tool when it comes to your job search. You are probably familiar with the need for a clean and concise resume that actively describes your work history and skills in a very professional manner. However, it’s not just the content of the resume that matters. The format of… Read more »
Follow Up to Help Your Chances in the Job Search
Congratulations! You’ve successfully managed to attract the attention of a hiring manager with a stellar resume and cover letter. Better yet, you’ve presented yourself well during the interview and feel that you made a good connection with your prospective employer! Now what? Do you sit back and just wait for the phone to ring? Of… Read more »
Yes! Temporary Employment Should Be on Your Resume
Your resume is your single most powerful piece of marketing material. It provides employers with the information they need to understand what you can do for them as a new hire. There are a number of ways you can mistakenly present yourself and your work history in resume format, but did you know that listing… Read more »
Control What Appears When Your Name Is Searched Online
Hiring managers are relying more and more on social networks and online information to get a better idea of who you are as a person and as a professional, so you better know what search results are coming up when your name is searched online. While you can’t control everything that is said about you… Read more »
Your Social Media Posts Affect Your Career
Your personal profile online may not be quite so personal. Even if you have your privacy settings up to date, recruiters and hiring manager may still be able to look you up online. Depending on what your social media posts, they may not like what they see. All-Star Personnel discusses the importance of managing your… Read more »
Have You Asked Your Current Employees for Referrals?
The best referrals for potential job candidates can come right from your current employees. Just think, your staff intimately know what type of person will succeed within your unique corporate environment, as well as the skills and qualifications necessary to get the job done. They also are likely to have positive relationships with other professionals… Read more »