Traditional job fairs are still a major way many companies find the people they hope to employ. Employers and recruiters gather their banners, booklets, pamphlets, business cards, candy and other unique goodies and head to high school and college gymnasiums, auditoriums and other large scale venues excited about meeting talented career seekers just like you! … Continue reading 10 Steps to “Working It” at Your Next Job Fair
It's common knowledge that most people job search while they’re at work (there are actually studies to prove this). This is no secret and I’m not blowing the whistle by mentioning this. I highly doubt this is going to stop any time soon. No matter how busy people are, if they want to job hunt … Continue reading Job Searching in Stealth-mode
Today’s Gen-Y workforce AKA Millennials are changing the way we look at work. They’re (I suppose I should say we’re) changing workplace cultures, manager mindsets and the image of the successful executive. Perhaps one characteristic of Millennials that stands out most is their entrepreneurial mindset. This doesn’t mean that every millennial is going to run … Continue reading Millennials and the Entrepreneur Mindset
I remember being a young coordinator happy to have my first real job out of undergrad. I interviewed successfully, got my offer letter and had been on-board for about a year. It was annual review time. I had filled out my employee portion and my manager completed hers. I had my note pad, my copy … Continue reading “I Had NO Idea!”
Have you ever been on an interview and suddenly something weird happens right in front of your prospective new boss? Maybe you’re invited out to lunch and the waiter keeps screwing up your order. Perhaps you’re in the middle of the interview process and suddenly can’t reach anyone directly. Every time you reach … Continue reading This Is A Test! This is ONLY A Test!