Archive for the ‘job hunting tips’ Category

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/10/opinion/sunday/congratulations-youve-been-fired.html?smprod=nytcore-iphone&smid=nytcore-iphone-share The rules are changing not only on how employees view the workplace but also how the workplace sees – and values – them.  Thanks Moneyball!


The unemployed should hold out for better job, study says (USA Today 11/2/15) http://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2015/11/01/interim-job-study-will/74895442/ Hard to argue when the mortgage is due, but settling for what you may think ofas an “interim” job at lower pay and a lower level frequently hurts when you try to right-size your career again. People tend to look at […]


“Titles are important,” says our Chief Posting Officer (and unpaid intern). See: http://nyti.ms/1OSWfYz


What’s a Tuesday for if not to be self-serving? Good “Undercover Recruiter” piece on need for a friendly, neighborhood recruiter. Keep us in mind. http://theundercoverrecruiter.com/recruiter-necessary/


J.T. O’Donnell, a career coach and founder & CEO of CAREEREALISM.com, has posted an informative article on what to say when the person who’s interviewing asks about compensation. Read it at: http://linkd.in/1cmGmld It has some good tips, especially about not closing any doors by starting the negotiations off on the wrong foot. Employers, we can […]


Don’t ruin your interview A good recruiter takes the time to prep the candidate — and the interviewer. As much as we hate to plug CareerBuilder, an interesting but not unsurprising study.


Good references can go a long way toward helping you get a good offer as well as influencing how you’re viewed as you start a new job. Some thoughts from us, after almost twenty years of talking to strangers on the phone: Not only ask people to serve as a reference, ask them what they […]