Are You Leaving Basic Skills Off Your Resume?

December 26th, 2014

Your resume presents a snapshot of your best skills. As a result, most resume advice recommends keeping it short – no more than one page. Job-seekers who try to follow this advice often omit basic or “beginner” skills from their resumes, assuming that hiring managers will infer from their advanced skills that they have the… Read More

What IT Professionals Need From You!

December 19th, 2014

Top IT staff can be tough to find in any economy. Their technical skills are always in demand, and IT professionals with indispensable “soft skills” like communication and project management are even tougher to wrest away from their current employers. But finding these outstanding candidates isn’t impossible, and neither is selling them on everything your… Read More

Think You Made a Bad First Impression? Here is How to Correct It

December 12th, 2014

As much as you try to prepare for a job interview, you can’t predict everything. Unexpected traffic mishap slows you down so you arrive late and frazzled. Your nerves make you short with the receptionist and you call the interviewer by the wrong name. Believe it or not, things like this can happen to all… Read More

How to Pitch Your Company When Interviewing Top Talent

December 5th, 2014

When you’re trying to win over top talent, remember that you are selling your company and the opportunity to the customer – your candidate. Keep in mind the “What’s in it for me?” factor to give him the information he needs to make his decision. Be Prepared To State Your Case Competition is tough for… Read More