Career Advice Archive
Senior Lincoln Recruiter Jill Warren discusses the benefits of working with a staffing company and common misconceptions that hold people back from utilizing the resource.
I had lunch today with an employee on the last day of her two week notice. We were joined by a former employee on our team, and had invited a third who was unable to attend. It made me realize that these three people all have something in common. Their two weeks notice was drama-free,
Senior Omaha Account Manager Jessica Howes sheds light on best practices to utilize when communicating with Recruiters on Linkedin.
Dear New College Grad, Your future is looking bright! You spent an insane amount of time and money on your degree in Entertainment Engineering and you completed that internship in Fermentation Sciences with stellar reviews! Your best friend just landed his dream job and you are ready to get yours too. You know the one!
We hope this blog gives you a few ideas on how you can leverage your current job or future internship to help you land a new position! There are many ways to find the right fit for you, your skills, and your experience. At the end of the day, although we took vastly different approaches
Now, you will be prepared to successfully start your career in corporate America. Just kidding, I wish it worked that way. This process can be different for everyone not just college students; for me, learning to be confident in what I already know and who I have on my side propelled me to where I
Patty North wants to know... does your name always get drawn for office giveaways? Do you have a friend who always seems to be "down on their luck?" Are some people luckier than others? I really don't believe in luck. Luck is defined as a success or failure apparently brought on by chance rather than
Can you believe it is 2019? I feel like we were just on summer vacations, attending family picnics, and getting the kiddos ready to start school! All of these milestones can bring new emotions when we are struggling to find work, have just been laid off, or are dissatisfied at work. Wanting to start a
As a child I was fearless and ready to give anything a try – piano, softball, clarinet, dance, and even track. I was not scared to fail. I was not a "natural" but I was good (with the exception of track, I am a terrible runner!). However as I entered into adulthood...
As the Christmas season comes to an end and we put our "Elf on a Shelf" away in our house, I found myself wondering, "How am I going to convince my daughter to be good?" As annoying as that elf was and remembering to move it every night was nearly impossible...