How to Follow Up After an Interview—The Right Way!

July 25th, 2014

One of the hardest parts about interviewing for a new job is waiting to hear back from the interviewer. You want to show that you’re enthusiastic about the job and the opportunity, but you don’t want to be a pest and annoy the person you’re reaching out to. It’s a very fine line — so… Read More

Co-Existing with Difficult Co-Workers: When to Ask for Help, When to Move On

July 18th, 2014

Everybody has had at least one coworker who makes your workday difficult or stressful. If the person is just annoying and they don’t have a direct bearing on your day-to-day work, you may be able to ignore them. But if you have to work with them on a daily basis, you need to decide when… Read More

Summer Staffing Woes (And How to Overcome Them!)

July 11th, 2014

Have you ever found it hard to keep your company or department running at full capacity during the summer? Between employees, clients, vendors and vendors’ employees going on vacation, more businesses keeping summer hours and the general summertime slowdown, it can be tough to stay on deadline and working toward your third quarter goals. So… Read More

How to Get The Job- Even If You’re Not Qualified (Yet)!

July 4th, 2014

It’s still pretty hard to get hired for jobs that you’re under-qualified for in this market—and as a new grad, you’re probably being told that you’re not quite qualified for a number of jobs. So how can you work around this? 1. Have a career focus. The graduates who find good jobs are the ones… Read More