Does it make a difference to employers whether you obtain a high school diploma or get your GED? School is a huge part of life when you’re young. The traditional path isn’t always the route that students choose however. There are several reasons why..
God forbid that something this serious ever happens in your workplace. But, if it did would you be able to help at all? *The American Heart Association says that MOST employees are not prepared to handle a life threatening emergency like cardiac arrest. *The..
10 Things Sales Workers Should NEVER Say To A Customer We have all, at one point in time conversed with a sales person and can tell, almost immediately if the conversation is going to go well or end extremely terrible. Most companies provide their..
It can be tempting to stop searching for a new career till the New Year. However though, you should be doing just the opposite! Escalating your efforts to find a job around the holidays can have a positive impact and here’s why… Hiring authorities..
Your resume is your life’s working history, all on one page. Employers love and absolutely hate many specific things that applicants think they need to list. Here are a few. High School Diploma – Yes, this is important because believe it or not there..
We all use the have to use the internet at some point so you might as well know what you’re doing! Whether it’s for personal use to find information or you’re starting up a new business and are trying to get more customers, we..
It’s not about what you know, it’s about who you know….right? Even the perfect skill set, education and employment record can still be passed up if you aren’t getting the information in front of the right people. Networking events are a great opportunity to..
We hear this A LOT from our candidates, and it’s a good question! Some applicants want to list co-workers and family as references but most of the time that is not the best idea. The first thing that you always want to do is..
You’re a good candidate and the job market is rough. But are there other reasons you’re not getting the job offer? A recent survey shows that only 17% of hiring managers are saying that job seekers have the skills they’re looking for. Is it..
You cannot expect change if you don’t change what you’re doing. Most job seekers that are finding employment are constantly changing the way they search for jobs. And before you make any changes you have to believe it’s possible. *Some realities in today’s job..