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.
If you've spent at least three days in sales you've probably heard the phrase, "ABC: Always Be Closing." This phrase was uttered by Alec Baldwin in cult classic Glengarry Glen Ross, which was an adaptation of the screenplay written by David Mamet. Hearing the phrase gives people the impression of the overly pushy and aggressive
When applying for jobs, it’s easy to overlook one important area - references. Application processes are often time consuming. By the time you get to the point of entering references, you find yourself tired, overwhelmed, or annoyed and simply leave that part blank or list people without giving much thought.
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.
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
Careers, family, personal life, hobbies, goals. We all have these in common and are areas in our life that are important to each of us. Who doesn't want personal fulfillment and satisfaction? If you are like me, this may be a challenge.
Unlike most in my profession, I've been known to over share. This is probably another example. So why don't I switch gears and disclose some things about working with a recruiter that you may not know.
At Celebrity Staff, we have gone all in with a campaign to help drive positivity in the workplace. This shift in mindset, titled The Energy Bus, comes from author Jon Gordon and focuses on blocking out the negative influences in our lives and focusing our energy on the positive.
Imagine this scenario: You interview a great candidate for an important opening in your company. The interview goes well and you are sure they will be a great fit. You make them a competitive offer and you think it is merely an afterthought that they will accept. Then you get the call. "Thank you for
I asked myself the question, do I take things for granted? This can be your family, health, job, or really anything in your day to day life. Recently Celebrity Staff had what people like to call an “ah ha” moment when a coworker’s house burnt to the ground and they lost everything.