Bringing a baby home for the first time will change your life in ways that are impossible to describe.
Why should you use a recruiter? Working in the staffing industry for more than six years has taught me a lot. One thing, which might be pretty obvious to some, are the benefits of using the services and listening to the advice a recruiter offers.
Yes, you should absolutely use social media to expand your network. I’m a big advocate for face-to-face networking because honestly, I think it gets overlooked with all the social avenues out there.
There are some obvious ways to move up the proverbial “food chain” in your office or company. Achieve numbers or goals that are set for you and/or are considered high in your field of work. This shows that you at least know what you are doing and could possibly train someone else to get to those levels as well.
These days people change jobs a lot more than ten, even five years ago. As a recruiter I look at hundreds of resumes every week. This gives me the opportunity to talk to quite a few people as well. I’ve noticed, and statistics show, the average length of time employees stay in a current role is 3.5 years.
I’m a father of a three-and-a-half year old son and a six-month-old daughter. As a precursor to all of the advice I’m about to give you, which might make me sound like an expert, I want to tell you a couple stories about both of their births. The day before my son was born I…
Cue the sweaty palms, the sleepless night before, and the fidgeting because you have an interview coming up. The interview is usually the first impression you will make with some of the people who will make the decision if you are the right person for the job you have been dreaming of. I’m not going…
Here are five exercises to do if you’re short on time. These exercises can be done with little equipment, little time, and will still give you a great workout!
It is not easy to market yourself as you change careers. It takes time and a great strategy to do it correctly. Below are several tactics for you to consider as you change your career. Some are more obvious and some are a little outside the traditional box.