1. How to Stand Out in a Group Interview

    It's happened to even the most experienced job seeker: you show up for your job interview on time and enthusiastic; confident and prepared. And there with you is a whole room full of on-time, enthusiastic, confident and prepared others. Perfect. A group interview. Don't let the crowd throw you off your game. It's simply a process that companies are using more and more to streamline the search for …Read More

  2. WHAT IS IT WORTH TO YOU…

    Excepting a job offer when you have a job and understanding what is at stake You like the job you do. It pays enough so that you're not struggling. The work hours do not encroach on time with your family (well not too much). The list of reasons to stay are endless but for whatever reason,, you post your resume to see if there is any interest, get an interview, nail it, and an offer is now on the t…Read More

  3. Choosing the Right Job Candidate

    Unfortunately, good help really is hard to find. However, we find that that is because those looking are usually searching in the wrong places. Too many of today's human resource associates depend too heavily on the almighty resume; scanning for those key words or phrases that match the job description. This approach often leads to missing red flags about a candidate' personality or ability to fit…Read More

  4. OFFICE POLITICS: MYTH, LEGEND OR BUSINESS AS USUAL

    Depending on which side of the debate you fall on, you may find the term “office politics” to be negative or a push in the right direction.  Whether you have worked in small or large organizations you have probably experienced office politics in one form or another. Two Perspectives In her article Office Politics: Must You Play? A Handbook for Survival/Success, Cheryl Conner intimates that …Read More