Career Advice Archive
Recently, I have been in two weddings with a third coming up this fall. Add on at least two more for next year and we're not even close to being done. Even though the wedding season is winding down that just means the engagement season is starting up and the circle continues.
It's Sunday morning and I just finished approving payroll and PTO to get a jump start on Monday. Now onto my packing and to-do list of things needed to get ready for my summer vacation, but wait, I have a few other things to wrap up for work and this blog is one of them.
Throughout my career, I have been blessed to have the opportunity to work for some truly great leaders. It dates back to my first summer job working at a resort near my hometown. While I got to spend my days near one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, the job itself was not
Often times we get complacent in our current positions and we come to work, do our job, and go home. We do not feel challenged or we lost the fire we used to have for the job we once loved. How do you get that back? Is it your responsibility to reignite the fire or
You go in for a job interview. The interview lasts 45 minutes. You walk out that door and you suddenly feel a sigh of relief because the work is done. WRONG. Let’s review some effective follow-up tips to boost your candidacy and avoid seeming desperate.
No matter how many days or weeks you take off for maternity leave, it’s always difficult returning back to work. Whether you were the mom who just did NOT want to come back but knew you had to or the mom who was so ready to come back, it’s hard, emotional, and difficult.
When I started my career at Celebrity Staff I was heading into my last semester of college. I was working full time, had a course load of 19 credit hours, and an internship. I knew from several years of working and going to school full time that in order to be successful I would have
As Thanksgiving has come and gone I spent some time reflecting. Reflections about my family, friendships, health, job, and in many ways, it is making me think ahead to those New Year’s resolution goals. Now I am somewhat deflated. It is hard to be grateful and thankful about everything in life. Life sometimes just "gets
How many of you, by the raise of an eyebrow, can say it doesn’t make any sense to search for a job during the holidays? I hope that eyebrow stayed put! Holidays are one of the best times to search for a new job. Why? It’s two fold really. Reasons involve both the job seeker
It's Monday morning, you wake up, another week to be started. Except you dread going into work, not because of the morning commute or even that you dislike your job, but because there is that one person you just cannot stand.