“The Ideal Candidate” – Why You Should Apply When You Don’t Have All of the Skills

Job application paralysis is a real thing. It’s so easy to fall down a rabbit hole when reading job description after job description and second guessing whether or not you’re qualified for the job. In fact, job postings often refer to the concept of the “ideal candidate” when describing what they’re looking for in terms… Read more »

Day 1 – How to Make It Easier for Your New Employees

Just like an employee needs to make a good first impression to their new company, a company needs to make a good first impression to their new employee. How can you make the first day on the job easier for brand new staff members? If you don’t, they may quickly become dissatisfied with your organization… Read more »

Is It a Bad Idea to Apply for More Than One Job at the Same Company?

There are so many subtle rules when it comes to applying for a job that it can be difficult to determine the best ways to handle your approach. What if you see more than one job listing for the same company? Is it okay to apply for both? The answer is, “Maybe?” So how do… Read more »

How Does the Rest of Your Career Benefit from Starting in a Call Center Job?

Are you considering a call center job? Even if your previous experience hasn’t been in a call center, there are plenty of advantages that you can gain from working in a call center environment. If you’re looking at open jobs and want to see if your skills and abilities can fit into a call center,… Read more »

Your Next Job Can Be Found on Social Media… 3 Tips to Find It

You’ve heard that you need to be on social media to see and be seen by the top companies on your employment wish list, but what does that mean? Can you really find a job on social media? The answer is yes, and while you have to do some work, the overall concept is surprisingly… Read more »

Are Your Job Interview Answers Boring?

Do you think you’re ready for your next interview? Sometimes it is helpful to think about the person sitting on the other side of the desk from you rather than only focus on your own experience. They have probably already interviewed for this position before, so they may have heard many of the same answers… Read more »

Who’s More Important – Your Team or Your Clients?

We all know the adage that the customer is always right. Most of the time, companies will place a very high value on their clients. Without a good, loyal client base, most companies wouldn’t be in business. But what really is more important to your company, the client or your staff? By making your team… Read more »

4 Ways to Increase Your Confidence

Time and time again, when a manager is asked why they hire a specific individual over another, the reason and choice really comes down to confidence. Employers want to hire people who are comfortable in their skin and their ability to perform their job. But is confidence something you can cultivate? It really is. Even… Read more »

Research a Potential Employer to Stand Out in Job Interviews

Long gone are the days where you can show up to an interview with your resume in hand and wow them with your skills. Oh, you still need the right skills of course, but you also need to bring more to the table. One of the best ways you can impress a potential employer is… Read more »

Do Some Spring Cleaning On Your Resume

When was the last time you got your resume out and dusted it off for a job search? It is very common for working adults to ignore their resume while they’re gainfully employed, which can lead to absolute panic when they need it again. The spring is a popular time for cleaning and sprucing up… Read more »