Top 3 Questions You Should Ask Before Getting The Job

You’ve made it to the interview. This is exciting. You want this job, so you need to impress the hiring manager with your skills and background as well as your personality to prove that you’re a good fit for their office environment. But interviewing is a two-way conversation, so it shouldn’t be entirely focused on… Read more »

How to Deal With Employees Who Are Underperforming

An underperforming employee isn’t the end of the world, but encouraging them to live up to their potential will be an even better scenario for your company and for their long-term career. If you have a team member who puts in only as much as they need to get through the day, but no more… Read more »

Looking for a Company that Makes a Difference? Show How You Can Help Their Culture

If you’re here, it means you want to find a job with a socially responsible company that cares about you, the community, and the planet. It’s becoming far more common today, led largely by the millennials, that companies are focused on making a difference as a key part of their mission, regardless of their core… Read more »

Is Your Call Center Just a “Cost Center?” Here’s How to Turn That Around

In business terms, a cost center is an area of business that is necessary for operations but does not add to the company’s profits. Many people lump call center teams in this category, assuming that they are essential for the company to function but the cost more money than they generate. But that isn’t true… Read more »

Onboarding Costs – Do You Know What They Really Are?

Onboarding is the act of bringing a new employee into your company. It typically involves orientation, training, personnel paperwork, and other sundry items. All of those things cost money, but do you know how much? Understanding the costs of onboarding will help you eliminate unnecessary spending, make good hiring choices from the start, and maximize… Read more »

The Cover Letter That Gets You the Job You Want in Dallas in 2019

Did you know that a good cover letter is just as important as a resume? Before a hiring manager or recruiter even opens your resume, they’ll read the cover letter. In today’s digital world, most resumes are submitted online, so a cover letter is generally an email or attached to an application. Many job seekers… Read more »

New Boss? No Problem – 5 Tips to a Successful Fresh Start

Getting a new boss can be harrowing for everyone. It takes a long time to develop a professional relationship with a supervisor, so when another person takes over the role it can feel like the clock is resetting. But you don’t have to give up your job just because there is a new manager in… Read more »

Will Your Quiet Personality Hurt Your Career?

Introverts and shy workers often face multiple obstacles on the job. They can be frequently outshined or run over by their extroverted counterparts, which makes career satisfaction and growth nearly impossible. But it doesn’t have to be that way. What can you do to allow your quiet personality to shine on the job and make… Read more »

When Are You Ready for a Career Shift?

Have you been feeling restless lately? Is your job not fulfilling to you? Do you wonder whether or not the grass really is greener on the other side? You might be ready to complete shift focus in your career. If you aren’t sure whether or not you should start looking for a new job in… Read more »

Use LinkedIn to Get Real Info During Hiring

Current standards indicate that most serious job seekers should have a basic LinkedIn profile. But what does that mean for employers? When you’re looking for a new candidate for your open position, and you turn to LinkedIn, what are you really looking for? You can use LinkedIn to get real information that can help inform… Read more »