Developing Self-Confidence in the Workplace

Joe V Career Tips

Confidence and self-esteem give us the self-assurance when we need to step up as a leader, to take the emotional risk necessary to make significant achievements in our personal and professional lives.

Resume Writing 101

Lindsey Career Tips

Writing and critiquing your resume doesn't have to be a daunting task. Keep our list of tips and tricks on hand to help perfect your resume and get you the career you want!

Get That Job and Stay Put!

Lindsey Career Tips

Today’s job market is difficult. Not only are employers facing new challenges to hire, retain, and please employees to enforce that loyalty, but candidates are facing new challenges during the hiring process as well.

A Few Tips for Closing an Interview

Amanda S. Career Tips

One tip I consistently share with job seekers, whether they are interviewing for an entry level Dishwasher position to a CFO role, is that they need to have some questions prepped to ask the hiring company representative near the end of the interview and conversation.

The 'M' Word: What Millennials Can Do For You

Lindsey Career Tips

We’ve all heard about them, we all have our belief of who they are, and what they do. But, do we really know what they are capable of? Depending on who you talk to, you may hear them described as; “lazy”, “praise-hungry”, and “job hoppers”. But as the work force continues to grow with “these kids” it’s important to know what they can do for you.

The Ultimate Guide to Landing an Interview After College Graduation

Lindsey Career Tips

Graduation season is quickly approaching. Maybe you were well prepared and already have a career lined up after college graduation. Or, maybe you are currently searching and don’t know where to begin. First off – don’t get discouraged! We have compiled some helpful tips in making the job search feel less daunting.

How to Answer - What is Your Desired Salary?

Ashley Career Tips

When seeking new employment, chances are, you'll end up facing this question at some point in the process: "What is your desired or required salary?" It's tough because there can be so many factors that go into that answer. You don't want to low ball yourself, but you also don't want to exclude yourself from the potential candidate pool by aiming too high. So where's the sweet spot?