• The Right Way to Give Your Two Weeks Notice
    There’s a right way to give your two weeks notice. Find it, and you’ll enjoy professional relationships to build on for years to come. Unfortunately, the pitfalls strewed across the path to a proper resignation are numerous, and stumbling can damage your chances for that stellar reference.
  • Best Practices for Staying In Touch With Former Coworkers
    You’ve left your job behind, but you’d like stay connected with your former coworkers. They might be willing to be a reference for your next job. They can help you build and maintain your professional network. You may even end up working together again—at their next company or maybe at a new vent...
  • Make Your Thank You Note Stand Out
    Writing a thank-you note after a job interview gives you another opportunity to make a good impression on a prospective employer. Make it count. Here are points to cover on the road to making that prospective employer your new boss.
  • The Job Candidate’s Online Reputation is Horrible—Here’s what to do.
    What happens when you do a little digging on a job candidate and discover they have a horrible online reputation? Do you move on to someone else or keep them in the hiring process? Read our take.
  • Consider these 7 benefits of employee retention
    While organizations can expect some employee turnover, employee retention is important for many reasons. Consider these seven benefits of employee retention.
  • Done right, work flexibility equals greater productivity
    Today’s modern organizations know that work-life flexibility is essential for a healthy, thriving, productive culture. The terms are often used synonymously, but don’t always mean the same thing. Read on to learn more!!!
  • How Does a Company Earn Top Workplaces Status
    High‑performing, people‑first workplace cultures are successful because they have put their people at the center of all they do.
  • How to Get Recruiters to Pass Your Resume to Hiring Managers
    Recruiters can be a great way to get your foot in the door of a company where you want to work. So what are recruiters looking for when they consider passing your resume on to hiring managers?
  • Advantages of Being a Military Vet
    Highlighting your military accomplishments on your resume should be a no-brainer. Here are a couple of ideas to keep in mind while polishing up that resume and preparing for job interviews:
  • How to Address Microaggressions at Work
    Whether we are aware of it or not, microaggressions occur in the workplace all the time. Here are some helpful insights and guidelines.
  • Should I Dumb Down My Resume When Applying to Jobs I’m Overqualified For?
    Your resume is sterling. You’ve got degrees to spare, a solid work history, and an attractive list of certificates and awards. Any company would be lucky to have you. So why hasn’t anyone called you back?
  • Guide to Answering Common Interview Questions
    It's fun to share war stories about the most off-the-wall interview questions you've ever been asked, but most follow a set pattern....Read on to see how to answer the most common interview questions!
  • What to Ask Your Boss When Your Company has Layoffs
    There is probably nothing scarier to a group of professionals than hearing rumors of impending layoffs. Read on for some questions you should ask if you suddenly find yourself working for a company in the midst of some very unsettling changes.
  • Survival Tips for an Open Office With Sick Coworkers
    Whatever the case may be, you definitely don’t want someone else’s cough putting you out of commission (especially, if you work on commission). In order to stay healthy in an open office setting with sick coworkers, try out some of the survival tips we’ve compiled below.
  • Looking for Seasonal Work? How to Land a Job for the Holidays.
    For many industries, the holiday season is the busiest, most important time of the year, so employers seek temp staff to see them through. It’s an excellent opportunity to bolster your resume and try something new or earn some extra cash. Here’s what you need to know to prepare for the seasonal j...
  • What to Do if You Make a Mistake on Your Job Application
    From a typo on a phone number to an incorrect date, mistakes on job applications happen. What to do if it happens to you?
  • 5 Tips for Networking with Executives at Your Company
    Company executives are some of the most rewarding people to have in your professional network, but they can feel the most out of reach. They aren’t! With these five tips you can begin making these valuable connections.
  • How to Build Multi-Generational Collaboration At Your Organization
    The demographics of the world are changing at a seemingly rapid pace, and nowhere else is this more evident than the various generations working side by side. Much has been written about the differences in these demographic groups, but one question is paramount: how do you encourage collaboration?
  • Laid Off? Here's How to Tell Your Network.
    The day you're laid off from a job is always going to rank as one of the worst of your career—but ultimately the experience can open new doors for you. To get back on your feet, it's critical to employ a strong strategy for spreading the news about your new employment situation. You have to be yo...
  • Little Known Tricks to Power through a Slow Week at Work
    We've all been there: the slow week at the office. Sometimes making it through 40 hours can seem like an eternity. A few simple tricks can help you power through slow weeks at work—and even feel productive and energized by 5 o'clock Friday.