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 »

One Question to Ask in the Job Interview to Ensure Success

You know there are several questions you should be asking in an interview. But we want to make sure you’re adding this one to the list. “What does your ideal hire accomplish in the first month?” You can even expand this to be 90 days or a year. Why? This question will give you an… Read more »

3 Ways to Make Your Email Messages Simpler

The professional email may be one of the most popular forms of communication in the American workplace. Whether you’re emailing your clients, your boss, or your employees, it’s important that you are able to communicate effectively and efficiently. But we’ve all received the kinds of emails that feel overly professional, provide too much information, or… Read more »

Create the Right Team Building Strategy to Increase Profits

We have certain expectations about team building. We host annual events, we try icebreakers, and we work on trust falls and ropes courses.  You may have also noticed that not everyone in your company is enthusiastic when you announce the fun and exciting activities that will help build the team. What if there are other… Read more »

Expectations from a Recruiter – What Should You Expect as a Job Candidate?

Have you considered working with a recruiter in your career? Can they help you find a job? Can they become a resource for you and become a valued part of your network? The answers to these questions and more is most certainly yes, but it’s important you live up to your recruiter’s expectations and manage… Read more »