Secrets to landing a new job with a simple and effective job search.
If you’re a job seeker who submits a lot of job applications on any given day and you measure your job search effectiveness by how many jobs that you are applying for—this advice may be for you. Are you qualified? Apply for jobs that you are qualified for. This doesn’t mean that you only apply for jobs that are in your current industry. You may have highly, sought-after and transferable skills that are in a new line of work. Think quality over quantity when it comes to applic
Employee Benefits – How to make them work for your company.
Major attention to benefits is taking place in companies of all sizes; companies are honing in and fine-tuning benefit packages, particularly those who are scrambling to keep their investment in human capital intact and attract new talent. Striking the right balance with what your employees want takes research and an open and honest look at your budget. It’s easy to get overwhelmed with what benefits are trending and it’s surprising to see what’s recently come on the market—A
College grads are out in droves. Are there jobs for them?
If your LinkedIn feed is like ours, it has been filled with college grads celebrating all their hard work. It’s fantastic to see all of the celebrations take place in 2021 — as last year’s ceremonies were on Zoom and some were canceled completely. When the accolades have been given and the celebration is over, graduates are propelled into the world to apply what they have learned. Most new graduates feel at least some level of anxiety after they receive their degrees. Relax a
Big shifts in your personal life and your job might be required to have a work-life balance.
If you are looking to balance your work and home life, you are not alone. We talk a lot about work-life balance, let’s break it down with a yearly, monthly, and weekly approach. Setting Priorities and Goals Put your priorities in order visually. Use a planner or calendar that accommodates a daily, weekly, and monthly view, it may also be helpful to color-code work and personal goals. Write or type what do you need/want to accomplish — both personally and professionally, then