Optimize Your Job Posting

We are frequently asked by employers why they aren’t getting more qualified applicants to apply for their positions.  Here are a few tips to attract the right people to job postings.   How to write effective job descriptions:  Repeat top keywords 3-5 times  Bold headers  People work for people, describe the positive relationships that exist inside

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The Road to Success is Paved with….

Hard Work? Good Intentions? Speed bumps?  Pot Holes? Hope? Experience? I have the honor of talking to people all day, every day about their careers.  I hear why people are disenchanted with their current job, what they think they would like to do next.  I hear about dreams.  Dreams fulfilled, dreams lost, broken dreams and

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The Road to Success is Paved With-Part II

In part one we shared information related to interview etiquette. Today we will talk about the balance of power in the interview process, also known as “two way interviews”. Spoiler alert, there is no such thing as a “two way interview”. I am frequently told by those we represent to a position “interviewing is a

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Can Culture Be as Simple as Just 19 Words?

It’s well understood that culture can make or break a workplace. Understanding what “culture” means, however, is a whole other matter. As a working concept, culture can’t be easily defined or measured. Merriam-Webster offers six different definitions (and even named its Word of the Year in 2014 after it received the highest number of web

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