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Are Your References Current?

Are Your References Current? When candidates are looking for a new job, many people forget to plan for one very important piece of the job application--their employment references. Make yourself stand out and plan for this major piece of the application process.  Your references can be the make or break point for a hiring manager’s decision between you and another candidate. That’s why it’s so [...]

June 5th, 2020|

Spring Cleaning Isn’t Just for the Home…

Spring Cleaning Isn't Just for the Home... Spring symbolizes new beginnings, fresh starts, planting seeds, new growth, and it's the time of year where we traditionally focus on cleaning things out. Take this time to "spring clean" your professional profile and refresh your career! Give your professional side a fresh polish, assess your career, kickstart a new opportunity, breathe new life into your LinkedIn profile, [...]

May 29th, 2020|

Staying Connected While Working Remote

Many employees are continuing to work remote during the first phase of reintegration during COVID-19. It can be feel difficult to stay connected to your coworkers and maintain your workforce network when you are remote. For those who are used to being in an office and getting to know people in the break room, in the hallway, or in person meetings, it can feel hard [...]

May 22nd, 2020|

Tips for Returning to Work as COVID-19 Restrictions Lift

Returning to work once COVID-19 Pandemic state restrictions are lifted will be a unique experience. Some employees will be allowed to continue to work from home while service, production and maintenance jobs will likely be physically returning to work. Here are a few things to keep in mind if you are returning to your place of work. Take care of mental health. Many people are [...]

May 15th, 2020|

The Importance of Your Online Presence When Looking for a Job

When you are looking for information on something, where do you turn? You go straight to the internet, right? Well, hiring managers and recruiters are no different. Employers often look you up on the internet before calling you in for an interview. They might scope out your LinkedIn profile, look your name up on a public search engine, and scope out your Twitter or Facebook [...]

May 8th, 2020|

What to Expect When Returning to Work after Stay-at-Home Orders

Many stay-at-home orders are coming to an end, and non-essential workers are ramping up to get back to work. While you may be eager to get back to work, or to apply for a new job in one of the high demand industries, it’s important to be prepared to experience a few changes. Here is what you might expect to see when you go back [...]

May 1st, 2020|

How to Host a Successful Virtual Meeting

Many meetings are happening virtually right now with corona virus safety being top of mind. For some people, virtual meetings are a brand new experience. For those who are new to these kind of meetings, here are some tips to host a successful virtual meeting. Keep the audience small. Make sure the attendee list only includes key stakeholders, or those with a vested interest in [...]

April 24th, 2020|

How to Separate Work from Home When Working at Home

Because of social distancing, many people are working remote for the first time ever. One of the biggest complaints I hear from first time work-at-homers is that it’s difficult to separate work life and home life. Especially now, with children homeschooling, and many people with a full house during the day, it can be hard to separate the two. Here are 3 tips to help [...]

April 17th, 2020|