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Video tips for success

Video tips for success   It’s official. Video interviews are here to stay. With today’s new normal, their importance has elevated exponentially. Now is the time to sharpen your skills with the best video meeting tools and know-how. Companies may vary on the software, Zoom, Skype, Microsoft Teams, Facetime, or Whereby, to name just a […]

Working in the current coronavirus environment

Working in the current coronavirus environment   Today we bring you an interview with Greg Doersching, one of the leading recruiting experts in the U.S. Greg is not only a thought leader and trainer in the recruiting industry, but he has presented countless workshops, trainings, and keynote addresses to staffing conferences, talent acquisition teams, and […]

14 things smart recruiters do

14 things smart recruiters do When starting a new search for a client, one of the first things we do is schedule a meeting to learn the key drivers.  These are the top five to six hard skills/experiences that are most important to our clients to see in the candidates we present.  For most of […]

How to prepare for a phone interview

How to prepare for a phone interview Things to remember: Find a quiet place to have your call where you can feel comfortable to speak freely and not be interrupted. Your interviewer should not be able to hear any background noise such as music, television, or dogs barking (I speak from personal experience with two […]

Work on your personal brand for the next 30 days

Work on your personal brand for the next 30 days Feel like you are at an impasse with your job search? Do you want to feel like you are still making progress, and that current world events are not stopping you? No problem, this is a great time to work on your personal brand for […]

How to shine as you work remotely

How to shine as you work remotely Even with the hiatus from “business as usual”, it doesn’t have to mean your professional development or career is at a standstill. You can still let your employer know that when times get better, you are the natural choice for the next promotion or raise. The tips below […]

Why I believe in handwritten thank you notes

Why I believe in handwritten thank you notes Any of my close friends and family know I am a “thank you note” person. I love to write them, and I even like to buy thank you cards and stationery. If I receive a gift, a thank you note goes out, if we are invited to […]

Brainstorming Digital Marketing During COVID-19

Brainstorming Digital Marketing During COVID-19 I hope you, your family, and friends have all been taking care of yourselves during these wild COVID-19 times. Now that you have stockpiled a few supplies and settled into your home with the hand sanitizer in tow, you can spend some time brainstorming the best ways to keep your […]

Accepting the Offer

Accepting the Offer It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for. You’ve done all the heavy lifting. You’ve phone screened, you’ve bought a new suit, you’ve had multiple on-site interviews, (or with the new normal, possibly multiple virtual interviews), met the team, and you have just received your offer. Hooray! Now that it is finally here, […]

Positive things candidates can do in our new world

Positive things candidates can do in our new world Here are some great proactive steps candidates can do during the Coronavirus outbreak. The tips below are provided by my favorite recruiting mentor, Greg Doersching, President, Next Level Exchange (Coaching). Proactive steps candidates can take during this waiting period: Work on any type of “learning” you’ve […]

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