Digital Job Search Correspondence: The Right Way to Conduct Yourself

May 31st, 2013

If you’re a job seeker, you’re probably well versed in how to act during a personal interview: Be polite and professional, show courtesy and respect, and make the best possible impression. And you probably know the guidelines for writing a polished cover letter, including checking it over carefully for content, spelling and grammar before signing […]

How to Overcome Your Top Employee Resigning

May 24th, 2013

Even though you don’t like to think about it, the day will come when your superstar employee will leave your company, allegedly for greener pastures. It’s one of those tough realities in life – like death and taxes – that are inevitable and have to be properly managed. Maybe your firm is currently in a […]

Want Your Dream Job? Then Understand Your Hiring Manager!

May 17th, 2013

You’ve found your dream job. Now how do you make it a reality? In order to be successful, you need to be prepared. This means having a thorough knowledge of the job, a strong insight into the company, and a clear understanding of what the hiring manager is looking for. Among the tools you need […]

How to “Spin” Gaps in Your Employment History

May 10th, 2013

In a perfect world, we’d all have our dream jobs, stellar employment histories, great bosses, ideal work places and nothing but perfect career experiences. Everything would be … well, perfect. And that’s the last time I’m going to use the “P” word. Because in reality, things may happen that interrupt your flawless climb up the […]