The Unofficial Social Media Guide to Job Searching

April 22nd, 2015

It’s no secret: the social job search is here to stay. The use of social media to find a job is something that experienced candidates understand fairly well. However, with so much information floating around the Internet about how, when, and why to use social networking in a job search, it gets confusing. To clear… Read More

The Secret to Dealing with a Hostile Interviewer

October 10th, 2014

As if job interviews weren’t nerve-wracking enough, you may find yourself in a situation where your interviewer is coming across as downright hostile. How can you maintain your composure and rise above the circumstances when your interviewer is aggressive, abrasive or dismissive? Here’s how to save the day without walking away:

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