Should You Follow Up After Applying for a Job?

You’re sure your administrative resume was impressive; your cover letter was engaging, and you are well-qualified for the job. And, yet you have not heard anything from the company since you applied. Do you know how to follow up on a job application? It’s definitely worth sending a follow-up email or calling the company directly…. Read more »

3 Tips for Success at your New Job

Once you accept a new job, you may feel like you are on “trial” during what most in Human Resources realm would call a “probationary period”. Spoiler alert… that’s because you are! During that time, the employer and your supervisor are getting to know you: your skill set, quirks, tendencies, priorities, personality, and more! During… Read more »

Leave a Job on Bad Terms? Here’s How to Handle Your Next Interview.

Picture this: you are interviewing for a new job and despite the typical nerves, its going well! Just as your confidence starts to rise, the dreaded question is asked: ” Why did you leave your last job?” Most interview questions are constructed to better understand you, your experience, and what skills you bring to the… Read more »

Making an Impression after the Interview

Your job search doesn’t end once the interview is over. There are a number of steps to follow even after your in-person interview. Even the smallest gesture can make a big difference when it comes to effectively selling yourself as a candidate and highlighting what makes you uniquely qualified for a job. Fortunately, there are… Read more »

Creating the Perfect Resume

Your resume is your first line of defense on the quest for a new job. Before hitting send, you should do everything you can to make your resume stand out. Even if your work experience is perfect, a sub par resume could sink your chances of getting a job interview. But if you combine relevant… Read more »

Tips to Combat Burnout

Chronic life and work stress can lead to burnout. What does that look like? Burnout can include emotional exhaustion, feeling depleted, detached, and inefficacy in life and work. In our fast-paced, modern world it is safe to say that everyone experiences some level of burnout. These feelings can cause strains on relationships and create disconnect… Read more »

How to Successfully Onboard a New Temporary Associate

If you have a new associate joining your team, you may already be in a time crunch! Maybe you’re in a busy season, or your current workforce is behind on production. Despite being short on time or resources, it is key to invest in a new staff member joining the team. In order to get… Read more »

Pre-employment assessment, skill testing and interviewing

We often hear terms like pre-employment assessment, skill testing and even interviewing used interchangeably. While they may have similar high level goals, such as identifying a suitable candidate, they are fundamentally different methods of achieving those goals. It’s important to know the difference because each evaluation method will produce completely different outputs. Moreover, in some… Read more »

How to Spot a Diamond in the Rough of the Unskilled Labor Market

A very familiar conversation has been had in nearly every hiring office: It is difficult to find good people in this current job market. Everyone is feeling the pressure of this talent shortage. Difficulty attracting quality candidates, maintaining competitive pay rates, and retention issues are a very regular struggle. To remain competitive, most businesses have… Read more »

Achieving Work-Life Balance

It’s no secret – managing all the things you have to do as an adult is a challenge. Trying to doyour best on the job, taking care of yourself (and, if you have them, your kids), trying to see friends and stay sane… we know you’ve got a lot on your plate! Sure, it may… Read more »