• The Jobs Outlook for Large D.C. Media and Communications Firms Before, During, and After COVID-19
    There has never been a shortage of media and communications firms in D.C., and most of them are still standing. But what do they have to look forward to in the future? 
  • Tips For New Managers On Setting Up Boundaries
    You scored a promotion, and you’re ready to make a difference in your new position. Remember, your role has changed. Last week, you went out for happy hour with your friends/coworkers to complain about…the boss. Now you’re the boss. You’ll need to set some boundaries to ensure your future success.
  • Is the Candidate Lying During This Interview? Here’s How to Tell
    So much focus is placed on the stress faced by job candidates, but it can actually be just as nerve-wracking on the other side of the table. Unfortunately, it's all too common for candidates to lie on their resumes or during interviews. As a hiring manager, you need to be on the lookout for signs...
  • The Worst Networking Mistakes We've Seen
    Like any relationship, business networks need cultivation and care. Here are some of the worst networking mistakes we’ve seen and tips for avoiding them.
  • What's Going Through A Candidate's Mind During The Interview Process? You Might Be Surprised.
    What goes on in a candidate’s mind during a job interview? We asked applicants their thoughts and have provided the inside scoop for you.
  • Things You Should Be Asking Your Boss In Your 1:1
    After your boss says her piece in your one on one, don’t move toward the door. It’s your turn to ask questions.
  • How to Quit Your Job Gracefully (And Write that Resignation Letter)
    Whatever the reason, it is finally time to quit your job. While circumstances will certainly vary depending on your relationship with your supervisor and the company, here’s a how-to guide for resigning from your job with grace and class.
  • Holding Your Boss to Their Word
    Your boss says he'll give you added responsibilities, but they never materialize. That information he was supposed to pass on to you for the project you're working on is also a no-show, along with pretty much everything else he's promised in the last six months.
  • Companies need to connect with exhausted, worn-out workers
    We’ve gone from a pandemic-induced recession to a growth period, to what now looks like pandemic with growth at the same time. It’s no wonder employees are burned out. Read on to learn more!!!
  • 5 Things You Need to Know Before You Accept an Offer for a Rotational Program
    If there is one thing we’ve noticed in the job market lately, it’s that the desire to constantly learn and polish skill sets is at an all-time high. An effective and often successful approach to this idea has been found in job rotational programs. So what should you consider before you accept (or...
  • 5 Things to Be Thankful For at Your Job Every Day
    Sometimes we get so caught up in what’s going wrong at work, we forget to be thankful for what’s good about our jobs. Ironically, reflecting on what we have to be grateful for can relieve some of the stress that makes us focus on the negativity in the first place. While every person’s experience ...
  • 5 ways to prevent employees from giving the Big Goodbye
    Employees are realizing they have the power. It’s a job seeker’s market, and recruiters are eager to snatch them up. Read on to learn how to entice employees to stay!
  • How To Give A Little Extra At Work And Watch It Pay Off
    The New Year can be one of the best times to be motivated to give more than 100 percent—to eating healthy, working out, pursuing goals and, yes, even your job. There is no better time to take a step back and reset, having (hopefully) been recharged and refreshed following the holidays. As with an...
  • How to Keep Company Culture Strong When Employees Work Remotely
    So your office is no longer filled to capacity, thanks to the modern age of technology and the ability to work remote. Don’t worry. You can still have a strong organizational culture even when some, half, or even all of your team is working from home. After all, the terms “community” and “culture...
  • 10 Reasons You're Not Getting That Promotion
    In the last six months, you’ve applied for three different step-up positions in your company but you’re zero-for-three. You feel ready to move up but management clearly thinks otherwise. Here are 10 reasons you’re not getting that promotion and actions you can take.
  • Worst Email Mistakes and How to Fix Them
    One big email goof can create a lot of embarrassment or give a poor impression, but if you get yourself in the professional groove before hitting that send button, you can avoid most of the common email mistakes.
  • How to Interview the Right Way
    How to Interview the Right Way...or what a CHRO would tell you about how to interview.
  • 4 Signs It’s Time to Choose a New Career Path
    Deciding on a new career path is a difficult choice to make. You likely spent years learning the skills necessary to enter the career, developing your talents within it, and building your professional network. Now you’re thinking about putting all that aside and starting new. To make it worse, ou...
  • The Right Way to Reschedule a Job Interview
    Trying to get a job interview is difficult enough, and finding you have to unexpectedly cancel the meeting is an awkward conundrum. Needing to reschedule does put you at a disadvantage, but it doesn't automatically remove you from consideration. That being said, if you don't handle the situation ...
  • Motivate Entry Level Staff With An Internship Program
    An internship program for your entry level staff can help create the collaborative environment that’s vital for business success today. It’s a chance to strike a blow against tribalism before it starts. Learn how to create one at your company.