Every college student is eager to get "real world experience" and figure out if their major relates to jobs they potentially may have. As a marketing major or business major, in general, it can be so confusing to figure out what you truly want to do because you can go so many different directions.
Urgency is one of the most important factors that goes into play when it comes to recruiting for an open position. Being able to narrow down an exact time frame will aid in efficiently recruiting and placing a candidate.
Imagine receiving a call from a company that is interested in interviewing you for your dream job. The initial excitement is overwhelming - you can’t wait to tell your friends, parents, and anyone who will listen. You prepare for the interview by going over possible questions, laying out your clothes, and going to bed dreaming
Recently, I just finished reading a book titled, Greatness, The 16 Characteristics of True Champions by Don Yaeger, for our Tuesday morning meetings. It is a great motivational book about the characteristics that athletes and business leaders have that make them successful. As it came time to write my blog, I thought, "What
First impressions are everything. Whether it's a date or an interview, how you come across in the first few minutes of your interaction will most likely determine your future relationship. For candidates who are job seeking, they spend hours of time going over their resume to make sure it says exactly what they want it
My wife and I recently decided to do some work on our house. It’s the first time either of us have explored any type of remodeling, so the process has been, at times, overwhelming. There are hundreds of contractors in Kansas City who all claim to be able to give us quality work, the experience
Be purposeful in your search. More often than not, candidates come in and are overwhelmed by the process of looking for new employment. It isn't uncommon to meet with a well-qualified candidate that has applied for multiple jobs, and isn't making any headway. Let's face it, looking for a job is a full-time job.
One of the best times of the year has arrived again - college football season! While many of us focus on the number of touchdowns and the amount of wins and losses of our favorite team, do we ever take the time to stop and consider the process it takes for teams to score
I graduated from the University of Nebraska with my bachelor’s degree in 2010. Ideally, I should be working my dream job, own my own house, drive a foreign car, and perhaps even be on my way to starting a family. Instead, I work two jobs to pay for student loans, drive a
One key step in the hiring process is the phone interview. Unfortunately, it is a step that can be easily overlooked. Job seekers often underestimate the power and importance that a phone interview can have and do not always take it as seriously as an in-person interview. A phone interview is viewed