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!
An Escape From Work I recently returned from a “bucket list” trip to Nashville. My husband and I escaped Omaha for 5 days without our kids. What we didn’t escape is my knack for asking a LOT of questions and offering career advice when appropriate. I can’t help myself, I love learning about people. It
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
There are many benefits to showing appreciation. Employees who feel appreciated will be happier, more engaged, and are more likely to stay with your organization. The biggest thing with appreciation, is that it is highly motivating. And who doesn't want a motivated employee?!
While there are many benefits to having interns, one of the best opportunities gained from both sides (the intern and organization) is the opportunity to network with individuals you may never have gotten to interact with otherwise.
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
Last Friday ( March 15) after a full day of work that included winning an award for her contributions to her team Sarah, without missing a beat, joined the relief efforts. With her boots on the ground she oversaw procurement of boats for rescues, coordinated hay bales being dropped by helicopters, and answered calls collecting
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
Recruiters and Interviewers hear a lot of different things when meeting with candidates for interviews, some good things and some bad! If you are a job seeker or plan to start the process soon, here are a few things Recruiters/Interviewers love to hear to help land your next position!
This is where a lot of communication begins to break down, especially if you chose to not move forward with the candidate. Why do we want to know all the details? What do we do with the information? The short answer is that we are trying to ensure you are getting exactly what you need