I recently posted on my social media that I went to the UB young alumni networking event at the Rusty Nickel, and how I had never been there. A few people messaged me and asked if I went alone and I said yes! They asked how do you do that and actually mingle without feeling … Continue reading Going to a networking event alone… you can do it!
I've talked with a few #HRYPs recently who are starting off in their first professional HR roles. This is such an exciting and important time in your career! Even as an HR Assistant or HR Coordinator, employees will see that your title is HR, and they will come to you with what they need. It … Continue reading #ClaireShares Impostor Syndrome and Confidence for #HRYPs
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