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Networking – Quick Tips for Success

Networking is Key to Finding a Job Keyword in Networking is "Work" You seek gainful employment, a job - work - you will enjoy. While you are unemployed, or simply looking for that next great

Create a Professional Voicemail Greeting

What's in a Good Voicemail Greeting? Often, it’s the little things that count. Your Voicemail Greeting Should Represent You Who hasn't called someone, only to hear that his or her voice

Great Employer Branding Brings the Very Best Candidates

What is Great Employer Branding? Bad employer branding not only can be a sales disaster, but it will drastically affect your company’s ability to hire and retain the best employees. Smart

Update Job Descriptions Prior to Posting

Attract the Right Candidates With Engaging Job Descriptions Want to find the best talent for the job you need to fill? Be sure to give the job description a second look. One of the easiest ways

Don’t Delay Your Hiring Needs in the Fourth Quarter

End of Year Does Not Have to Mean End of Hiring The year has flown by, but there’s still time to take care of important hiring needs in the fourth quarter. Despite some challenges, it can

Bad voice mail a bad start for new job search

Often, it’s the little things that count. Who hasn’t called someone, only to hear that his or her voice mailbox is full with absolutely no message on the other end? Job candidates who

9 questions to see if your professional resume is ready or not

Be sure to have your resume in front of you as you go through each question.   Sufficient “white space”: White space not only makes your resume look better and easier to read, but

Don’t forget the sell; first impressions work both ways

As a recruiting company owner, we’re given certain parameters in every new job order -- “must haves” from clients on what they like to see in a candidate.  This information may be found in the

Let go of negatives

One of the most common errors made by candidates is making disparaging remarks about their supervisor or company. Joe had a great resume and called about a new management opening with one of my

With resumes it’s the little things

Great tips below provided by Greg Doersching (Leading National Recruiting Trainer): Before you actually begin to write your resume, there are a few things you need to know and consider as you