• 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...
  • How Often Is It OK To Contact A Recruiter During Your Job Search?
    You've put yourself back on the job market and have decided to work with a recruiter to help you land your dream job. After all the preliminaries are done, you might be wondering—how often is it OK to contact your recruiter during the job search or application process?
  • Hi-Ho, It's Back to the Office We Go
    Once you've been told to head back to your workspace, how can you make sure returning to the office is a safe and even enjoyable experience? Read on to learn what steps to take!
  • 7 Career Mistakes You'll Want to Avoid
    Throughout your career you'll be making many decisions; some will be done consciously, but other choices, actions or things said might be less thought out. Here are 7 career mistakes you'll want to avoid.
  • Signs You Are Experiencing Quarantine Fatigue and What to Do
    Working remotely, coupled with government restrictions to isolate people to slow the coronavirus spread, has led many people to develop a condition referred to as quarantine fatigue. Read on to see some of the signs.
  • What We Learned About Recruitment Trends In 2018
    It’s been a year of change, adjustment, and innovation. And as 2018 winds down to a close, it’s time to take a look back at the challenges, opportunities, and major trends that helped shape the recruitment landscape this year—and may just linger into 2019.
  • How to Convince Your Boss You Should Be Able to Work Remotely
    The reasons to work remotely are obvious to employees: a commute of mere seconds, an inexpensive home-cooked lunch, and a decreased clothing budget. The boss might need some convincing. The key is to come up with a plan that points out the benefits to both sides, acknowledges potential pitfalls, ...
  • Why You Should Never Quit in the Heat of the Moment
    You should never quit your job in the heat of the moment. Here's why.
  • The Key to Being a Good Networker is Being a Decent Human Being
    Most people loathe networking. Prior interactions contribute to viewing networking as a shell game where the person reaching out always wins and your well-being is largely ignored.
  • How to Advance if Your Job Has a Higher Turnover Rate
    Many workers use their annual performance review as a time to make the case for a promotion. But in companies with a higher turnover rate, the person who performed your review in 2018 may be long gone by the time your 2019 review comes around. If your job has a high turnover rate, calculating per...
  • How to Ensure Your Job Application Actually Gets Looked At
    You've heard robots are taking over the world, but the truth is, they've already taken over the world—at least, the world of job seekers. Recruiters rely on applicant tracking systems (ATS) to sift through the hundreds of resumes they receive for each job posting. That might sound depressing, but...
  • 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.
  • Losing Control of the Vehicle: Your Negative Thoughts
    We have the tendency to create expectations of ourselves that can be unrealistic. We will ‘fail’ sometimes. Read on to learn what steps to take to get back on track!!!
  • 8 Ways To Make The Job Search More Fun
    Searching for a job is stressful. You put yourself out there to be judged by strangers, you deal with the sting of rejection, and unless you’re working, you’ll find your funds rapidly diminishing. It’s a rough time, and as a result, many people become depressed and begin living unhealthily. Don’t...
  • What to Include in Your Resignation Letter
    Whether for personal reasons or professional advancement, you’ve decided to leave your job. You sat down with your supervisor, had a one-on-one chat, and proffered your notice.
  • Signs You're Not in the Right Career
    Sometimes job dissatisfaction is the result of a big change on the job—a new boss, a new product line, a new software system. What are the top signs you’re not in the right career?
  • What is Proper Zoom Etiquette?
    Much like a sizable portion of the world’s population, at the onset of COVID-19 lockdowns, the conference room at work was summarily replaced by the bedroom (or sometimes even the bathroom).
  • How to Prepare for a Video Conference Interview When You’re Camera Shy
    Of all the different types of interviews, you might hear the video interview is the least nerve-wracking one—that is, unless you’re camera shy.
  • 5 Qualities to Look for When Seeking a Work Mentor
    Great mentors have wisdom in abundance. But just because someone knows the ins and outs of your industry, doesn't necessarily mean he or she is the person from whom you can learn the most. So what makes a good mentor?
  • How to Respond to that Email You Shouldn't Have Hit Send On
    Even in our high-tech age, email is still a preferred way to communicate. Protect your professional reputation by knowing how to respond to that email you shouldn't have hit send on. Here's our take on dealing with an awkward situation.