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How to Write a Resignation Letter

How to Write a Resignation Letter

Unfortunately, not every company and employee are a perfect match. There comes a time when a person needs to move on with their career. So, how do you tell your current organization you’re moving on without burning bridges? A resignation letter is the perfect way to...

How to Negotiate a Job Offer

How to Negotiate a Job Offer

OK, you've made it through the job interview process. The company just sent you a job offer! Congratulations. But, don't get too anxious and accept the role yet. You have some leverage, so make sure you take advantage of it to make sure you get the best offer. Here's...

How to Write a Job Interview Thank You Letter

How to Write a Job Interview Thank You Letter

So, you finished either a phone or video interview for a potential new position. (Even if the interview is in-person, most of the tips covered in the two articles apply.) Here's where you can cement your status as the top candidate with a small gesture﹘a thank you...

10 Questions to Ask an Interviewer

10 Questions to Ask an Interviewer

One aspect that causes candidates dread more than others is the end of the interview. How should you respond when the interviewer asks, “Do you have any questions?” Don’t worry, though, because we’re here to walk you through each step of the hiring process for a...

How to Prepare for a Video Interview

How to Prepare for a Video Interview

Your updated resume landed you an exciting opportunity with a company. Now, they want to conduct a video interview with you. That's great, but you've never done a video interview, so you're nervous. No sweat! Here's how to prepare for a video interview to land the...

How to Prepare for a Phone Interview

How to Prepare for a Phone Interview

You’ve completed the first step of your job search—you’ve written a resume. Your resume must have been a strong one, because the company you applied to wants to conduct a phone interview with you! Congratulations, but don’t go celebrating just yet. There are still...

How to Write a Resume

How to Write a Resume

The cornerstone of your job search is your resume. Your resume should tell the story of your career—or the one you hope to launch if you’re an early-career candidate. But, just like great storytellers know rules to spin a good yarn, you need to know some do’s—and...

Why Use a Recruiter?

Why Use a Recruiter?

  Let’s face it – finding a job, even when the economy is great, can be a challenge.  Whether your actively on the market after a recent workforce reduction, or simply passively open to new opportunities, seeing what exactly is out there can be daunting,...

Benefits of Having a Multigenerational Workforce

Benefits of Having a Multigenerational Workforce

For the first time in history, the American workforce is comprised of five generations working together. While we often hear about conflict and disparities between different generations of workers, we often overlook the positive aspects of a multigenerational staff. ...

Interview Dos and Don’ts

Interview Dos and Don’ts

Don’t…Project a negative attitude. One of the most common comments hiring managers make about candidates who did not get the job is that they did not appreciate it when “The candidate spoke negatively about current coworkers and employer.” All this does is show a poor...