A cover letter is the first impression you make on a potential employer. Read on to find outwhat an ideal cover letter looks like.Read More
Most of us haven’t had the chance to sit on the “easy” side of the desk in an interview, so it’s difficult to know just what to say. When an interviewer wants me to talk about myself, should I tell him about my love of Sea World? My dyslexia? Maybe I should mention that my last boss told me I was like a modern-day Jackie O . . .Read More
We live in a society of chameleons–people constantly changing themselves to blend in with their environments in an effort to survive, to keep afloat, to stay ahead. So it doesn’t seem like that big of a deal to change a part of who you are as you go into an interview.
But it is a big deal. The truth is that HR managers, hiring managers, and team members don’t like it . . .Read More
It’s standard practice for us to talk with our candidates right after an interview because, the truth is, as recruiters we’re just as excited about it as you are! Since we have the misfortune of not being invited along most of the time, we can’t wait for you to call and tell us what questions the interviewer asked, how long it took, and whether or not you think you’re a fit for the job. Read on to find out how NOT to eliminate yourself from the running!Read More
This helpful chart indicates questions that are unlawful to ask at an employment interview. Many states have similar rules. Please call us if you have any questions or need additional information.Read More
There are three critical links in your job search chain. Consider each of them carefully to determine your weakest link, then work to strengthen that link.Read More
To be prepared for an interview it is helpful to have an understanding of the questions you may be asked and to have prepared answers for them.Read More