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 »

Easy vs. Personalized – What Does the Customer Want?

For your customer service department and call center, how do you determine the level of service you provide? Do you look at the metrics and data and create a service plan that fits what each customer wants? Or do you consider what your customers want when they contact your call center to resolve issues or… Read more »

When is The Best Time to Get a New Job

What time of year should you be looking for a new job? Did you know that your job search can be seasonal? Companies do spend more time hiring in some seasons more than others, but how would you know where to focus your efforts. If you want to improve your job search, consider when you… Read more »

Our Top Tips for Job Seekers from 2018

Every year, we create and curate the best content for our readers. We want every job seeker in the Dallas area to be prepared and comfortable with their search. Before we kick off the content for 2019 officially, we thought we would take a look back at the top tips for job seekers from last… Read more »

Leave Them with a “WOW” – Create a Resume that Makes a Lasting Impression with the Recruiter

Your resume is the first glimpse at who you will be as a candidate. It’s like a window that allows someone to peak in, but not see the entire home. It needs to paint just the right picture without creating a complete, detailed, and exhaustive history of your entire professional life. Developing a resume that… Read more »

Empathy – a Skill You Can Develop and Show Year Round

There is a lot of talk today about empathy. What is it and should you bring it to the table in your next job? Empathy is the ability to understand the feelings of another person. It is an important social skill that allows you to walk in someone else’s shoes and adapt your behavior to… Read more »

Preparation in the Job Search – Why Your Hard Work Won’t Go Unnoticed

You’ve certainly heard the advice to prepare for your interview. You know to research the company to better understand who you’ll be meeting with and how you fit into their organization. But what else can you do to ensure you’ll be viewed as a top candidate? There are a few tips and tricks the experts… Read more »

A Job Interview Question You Know Is Coming: “How Did You Respond to a Failure at Work?

There are lots of ways a potential employer will ask for information. They want to better understand you as a candidate, and that includes asking the hard questions. One common question is this: “How did you respond to failure at work.” They want to see how you handle yourself in difficult situations. Before you attend… Read more »

A Tricky Interview Question that Can Help You Lock Up the Job

A potential employer is going to ask you a lot of questions. And you need to be prepared to answer as clearly and professionally as possible. You may even ask them some questions along the way, and you really should if you weren’t already considering it. But there is one question a hiring manager may… Read more »