6 Essential Benefits to Ask Every Hiring Manager About

Elaborate benefits definitely help attract top talent, but not every company can offer perks like Google. Free snacks and foosball tables might sound appealing, but what benefits are a must? There are several factors to weigh when considering accepting a new job—benefits should be one of them. But what essentials should you ask your recruiter or hiring manager about? Here is ... Read More »

4 Tips for Effectively Working With Remote Employees

The key to successfully collaborating with remote employees is effective communication. As technology has advanced, and businesses have become more global, the number of employees working remotely has increased dramatically. Whether based in small satellite offices or out of homes halfway around the world, there are a unique set of challenges that arise when co-workers are not interacting in-person on ... Read More »

3 Tips to Keep in Mind Before Starting Your Next Job Search

New-age doctor Deepak Chopra once said: A job is how you make money. A career is how you make your mark. A calling is how you acknowledge a higher vision.” Are you confused about which career to pursue? Do you feel anxiety during your job search? Here are three keys to approaching your career search with clarity and confidence: Keep it Real There may be a ... Read More »

How to Ace Your Next Phone Interview

You caught the hiring manager’s attention with a resumé that was scannable, keyword rich, and grammatically flawless. But now, there’s a new challenge ahead: Acing the phone interview. Interview etiquette isn’t reserved for in-person meetings—you might not have the opportunity to impress potential employers face-to-face if you fumble the phone interview and let the line go dead. So, how do ... Read More »

Camp A or B: The Millennial Recruiting Divide

Entitled. Distracted. Subjective. Lazy. Job hopper.  These words are repeatedly used to describe the millennial generation—ironically by non-millennial “experts.” But millennials are assets, and guaranteed to be some of your most creative, bright, and fastest-ramping hires once you take the time to understand what drives them. What is Camp A or B? Simply, they are two opposing camps: One actively ... Read More »

The One Quality to Look for When Trying to Identify Top Talent

After meeting with 20 to 25 professionals on a weekly basis for nearly two years, a few patterns have surfaced from my pool of top candidates searching for permanent corporate positions. Of those patterns, there has been one crucial quality each has: polish. Polished candidates “get it.” They understand the inner workings of the corporate world and how to conduct themselves in it. But polish ... Read More »

10 Productivity-Boosting Apps to Help You Work Smarter

Digital distractions are altering the workplace. Employees today focus an average 59.5 seconds on one item before flipping to another—a drastic drop from the three minutes spent on a singular project 10 years ago. The simple solution is to avoid technology. Yet that isn’t realistic. Rather, the trick is to harness technology for good. Several apps can actually maximize your ... Read More »

How to Craft a Resumé That Will Attract Employers

Recruiters spend six seconds reviewing a resumé before deciding whether to contact a candidate—meaning layout is critical, keywords crucial, and typos an absolute deal breaker. If you want your resumé to make its way to the top of the pile, keep this advice top of mind. Formatting According to research conducted by job matching and career site The Ladders, recruiters spend ... Read More »