Your Online Reputation When Job Searching

May 30th, 2014

Could your online reputation be stalling your job search? Most employers these days do at least a Google search on job applicants. What will they find when they plug in your name? And will it be hurting you or helping you? Do You Think You Don’t Have an Online Reputation? First, if you’re thinking that… Read More

Take Charge of Your Career! Best Practices for Summer Career Advancement

May 23rd, 2014

Are you looking for a job? Or looking for ways to get ahead? Here’s how you can take advantage of the summer months to boost your job search or your career! Yes, it’s a widely believed myth that summer is a bad time to look for a job. People are on vacation, productivity slows down—some… Read More

What Are Employees Looking For?

May 16th, 2014

If you’re struggling with hiring or with employee retention, it might be time to evaluate what you’re offering besides salary and benefits. Job seekers, especially those whose talents and skill levels put them in demand, are looking for more than just a paycheck. What are they looking for, and how can you provide it? CEB,… Read More

Congrats on the Job Offer! But Should You Ask Your Employer to Counteroffer?

May 9th, 2014

You’ve been interviewing on the side, and you’ve just gotten a great offer from a new company. Should you ask your employer to make a counter-offer? For the most part, experts say, you absolutely should not. Why? 1)      You’ll basically be telling your employer that you can be bought and will go to the highest… Read More

How Much Should You Know Before an Interview?

May 2nd, 2014

Articles offering interview advice often say two things: research the company before you go in, and have a list of intelligent questions to ask about the position and the organization. But what should you find out ahead of time, and what should you ask? Here are the basics: In the interview, you’ll probably be asked… Read More