The job search process is seemingly becoming more and more like a game. Candidates are realizing what on their resume isn’t getting them interviews and adjusting accordingly (for the worse – downplaying their skills) and hiring managers are wanting the best of the best talent, but their rigid hiring process and mediocre candidate experience doesn’t… Continue reading Is job searching a game?
#SHRM18 was my first national SHRM conference, and I cannot thank Mary Kaylor and SHRM enough for making attending possible for me! I had a wonderful time - the blogger lounge, seating area for the keynotes, food (& coffee <3), sessions, book store and expo floor were all top-notch. It exceeded my expectations to see… Continue reading A #SHRM18 Wrap-Up
I recently connected with Esther Kestenbaum, CEO of DayOne Baby and learned a lot about how they can improve the work environment for new moms and families! They work with HR and benefits departments to create a custom plan to fit their company’s needs. More information on their services can be found here! Read on to learn… Continue reading A Q&A With DayOne Baby! #SHRM18
By: Claire Petrie and Chris Morga. Find Chris on LinkedIn here! Recruiters, Resume Writers, Career Coaches. These are just some of the professionals that help today's job seeker navigate through the seemingly impossible process of finding a job. How can you possibly know which avenue to take? Well is starts with figuring out a few basics! … Continue reading Thinking of making a career change? Where to start and who can help!
If you're feeling discouraged about your job search, it's okay! How you're feeling is normal, but let's talk about how to make sure those negative feelings don't stay around and sabotage your future efforts! Whatever your situation is – laid off, moving, changing industries – your reason for looking is the same. We all have… Continue reading Feeling discouraged about your job search? It’s okay!