How Has the Pandemic Changed the Job Search Process

Mans hands typing on laptop searching for a job.

It can be easily said that most of us had no idea how the coronavirus epidemic would change our lives.  Companies, who never once considered, are now allowing employees to work remotely from home to help flatten the curve and curtail the COVID-19 virus from spreading. And while companies have changed their workplace atmosphere, they…

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How to Attract Top Talent

When the economy is growing and unemployment rates are at an all-time low, frequently job applicants find themselves juggling several attractive job offers at one time. And because it’s a job seeking marketplace, the applicant is not only looking at their potential salary but many other various factors as well. Here are some suggestions on…

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What is a letter of interest and how can it benefit your job search?

Let’s face it, job searching done well takes time, creativity, and a thick skin! Some people say they have a new career – job searching! Anyone can submit a resume – but to get chosen for the position ahead of the rest takes patience, flawless submissions and lots of effort. A well-written letter of interest…

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Robots and Job Interviews: Who will be interviewing you?

Imagine for a moment you have just received an automated email from a company inviting you to participate in a telephone interview. Finally, your persistence and hard work are paying off! Once you confirm a date and time, you begin sharpening your phone interview skills and have confidence this audio interview will go well. Then…

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What Are Your Next Steps to Take When You Lose Your Job

No matter the reason, losing a job ranks up there with divorce and the passing of loved ones. It not only takes a toll on you financially, but emotionally as well. Most often your self-esteem takes a big hit. You may find yourself reliving each day at your job, micro-analyzing where you went wrong, how…

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5 Things Your Resume Should Include

Many of the larger companies are using applicant training systems (ATS) to read the applications and review work experience. Hiring managers spend an average of 6 seconds on scanning your resume to determine if they would like to bring you in for an interview. Here are 5 tips we like to share with our clients in drafting their…

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