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.
As an Operations Coordinator for Celebrity Staff, I spend a lot of my time reviewing resumes and calling candidates to chat with them about their work history and employment qualifications. Don’t FALL to the bottom of the list by making one of these mistakes.
The Olympics are over and life is back to normal. No more watching handball or badminton finals at two o’clock in the morning. You know, I thought it was interesting how the media kept advertising the U.S. athletes talking about their most memorable moments of the Olympics, while all of us are wondering if Ryan
For job seekers, looking for a job is a job. You can spend a whole day looking on job boards, Craigslist, and in the newspaper for job openings and at the end of the day you might feel like you accomplished nothing. It may make you feel hopeless and defeated or anxiety hits and you
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.
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
URGENCY. What does this word mean to you? To me, I think about speed. URGENCY is a term that recruiters often use to identify level of importance/speed to fill when it comes to helping their hiring manager recruit for an open position.
You're out of work and need money quick. What do you do? Spend all day online applying for jobs and wait to have some companies call you back, but the majority of them do not. Bills are piling up and you're stressing out. Temp work is your answer!
Reliable, professional, college degree, great communicator, and at least three years of prior experience. What's on your candidate wish list? When speaking with clients I have found that many "wish lists" cover many of the same attributes (outside of the actual skill set of the job). Everyone has a company culture, a personality fit, an
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.