• 7 Unusual Job Search Hacks
    Job searches can be incredibly stressful. Whether we’re burning through savings or pining for something different, our haste to end the search successfully can lead us to make some novice errors, like sending applications where we definitely don’t fit or coming across as mechanical in our interac...
  • How to Navigate Different Job Seeker Personalities
    The workplace, not unlike an athletic arena, is an environment where chemistry matters. This requires a manager to drill deeper than an employee’s education, resume and cover letter to discern his or her personality and what it brings to the organization. Here are best practices for navigating di...
  • How to Explain Your Layoff During an Interview
    Being laid off is a common occurrence in today’s ever-changing business world. Here's how to explain your layoff during an interview.
  • The 5 Types of People You Should Have On Your Reference List
    You've passed so many tests already—standing out in a pile of resumes, acing a phone interview, surviving multiple rounds of in-person interviews—and now it's time to overcome the final hurdle: the reference check. Hopefully you've already cultivated a well-rounded list of references. If not, her...
  • Hiring Managers Share The Moment They Knew the Applicant Would Get the Job
    When you interview for a job, you hope the hiring manager is considering all aspects of what you can offer the company. But sometimes, it all comes down to one answer to a question or one key aspect of your history. Hiring managers share the moment they knew the applicant would get the job.
  • 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.
  • What Hiring Managers Wish You Knew before You Applied
    Hiring managers want you to know certain things before you apply. Learn them.
  • How to Answer: “Where Do You See Yourself in 5 Years”
    At one point, "where do you see yourself in five years?" was a great question. It let interviewers gauge your ambition, or lack thereof, as well as your thought process. Slowly, it became a cliché. Yet, it’s still asked. Here’s the best way to go about answering it.
  • How to Make Your Company Align with Candidate Values
    Ideally, you want to hire candidates who share your values. However, in today's ever-changing workforce, you might need to do some restructuring in order to keep up with the times and align your company's values with those of the most sought-after candidates on the job market. Here’s how to make ...
  • 5 Things to Do When You're Waiting to Hear Back from a Hiring Manager
    You've just finished an interview for a job you're hoping to get. Now it's time to play the waiting game. While you're waiting, put your time to productive use. Here are five proactive things you can do.
  • How to Make Sure the Recruiter Knows You're a Good Culture Fit During an Interview
    If you ask any recruiter or hiring manager the traits they look for in a candidate during the interview process, chances are they'll include cultural fit as one of the top qualities they seek. So, you really want the job and feel you would be an asset to the company. How do you go about demonstra...
  • Little Known Tricks to Get Your Resume to Stand Out
    Getting your resume to stand out without crossing the lines of professionalism can be a challenging task. You need to include all the basics like summary, experience, and education, but you also need to go above and beyond to make your resume stand out. Here are a few tricks that will get your r...
  • Is it Ok To Reapply For a Position You Didn’t Get the First Time?
    Even if there are no second acts in life, sometimes there are chances to reapply for a job you didn’t get the first time. The question is: should you go for it? In most situations, yes, but it depends on the stage at which you fell off the candidate list.
  • What Type of Company Culture Is Right for You?
    Corporate culture is as important of a consideration as compensation, commute time, and potential for growth. But how do you decide what type of company culture is right for you? Read on to see how!!!
  • 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...
  • Stop Overthinking Your Job Search
    Whether it’s by choice or necessity, you’re looking for a new job. In a time of flux, it can be all too easy to bog yourself down with the details. After all, details seem doable while the rest can feel overwhelming. But now is the time to focus on the big picture. How does one go about doing tha...
  • How Important is Corporate Culture When Looking for A New Job?
    Company culture is an important factor for both job candidates and employers in the job search process. Learn why.
  • Warning Signs Your Potential Employer May Not Understand Your Needs as A Younger Jobseeker
    You are in your 20s. You are interviewing with someone in their 50s. How will you know if your needs are in alignment?
  • Make New Hires Your New Year’s Resolution
    Few tasks are as time- and energy-consuming as the recruiting process. According to a 2017 study by the Society of Human Resource Management, each new hire costs your company $4,425 on average—and the recruiting process typically takes 42 days to complete. Given the reality of tight budgets and t...
  • What to Do When Your Best Employee Quits
    Employers can do everything they can to increase employee satisfaction and retention and mitigate turnover, but the reality is they can’t prevent top talent from walking out the door for the promise of a better opportunity. That’s why, when your best employee puts in her resignation letter, it’s ...