Celebrating Over 25 Years in Business

How to Choose Your References and Who You Shouldn’t Include.

Your resume and cover letter are obviously one of the most important pieces when applying for jobs and making a first impression, but what about your reference list? This is often a forgotten piece of a resume and the interview process by applicants. If you don’t include a reference list on your resume, you can… Read More »

Why You Should Write a Thank You Email After an Interview and How to Write One

When we’re applying for jobs we tend to focus solely on perfecting our resumes. After all, your resume tells a story about your experiences and it’s what gets your foot in the door. But what about once you land the interview? If you’ve made it to the interview you’re probably not the only candidate and… Read More »

Why A Nursing Career Can Be a Great Choice

Becoming  a nurse is not a career path for the faint of heart. The challenges of being a nurse aren’t only in getting accepted in to and completing nursing school, but in mastering the ups and downs that come with the career once in the real world. With it’s hectic schedules, long hours, and the… Read More »

How to Navigate Your Job Search During Covid-19

Our world has changed, quickly, and learning how to adjust equally as fast can be stressful. Students are now learning from home, restaurants are only open for takeout, most companies have their employees working from home, and social distancing is our new normal. It’s a lot to take in at one time, especially if you… Read More »

Why You Should Use a Recruiter For Your Next Job Search

Finding a job can be stressful. We know. Even when the job market is up it can still feel like an endless black hole trying to get your resume in front of the right person. You spend hours searching, applying, and tweaking your resume for each job only to feel like you’re going in circles.… Read More »

How to Stick to Your New Year’s Career Resolutions

The best part of the New Year? We all get a chance to have a do-over. Whatever goals and dreams you have been thinking about over the past year, now’s your chance to make those achievements possible over the next twelve months. Looking for a new job? Working toward a promotion? Planning to ask for a raise?… Read More »

8 Ideas to Celebrate the Holidays at Work!

The holidays have a way of filling the air with warmth and cheer—and the anticipation of spending time with friends and family. ‘Tis also the season to organize holiday events for your employees at work. This year, brighten your employees’ spirits by organizing a fun (and/or fulfilling) holiday office activity, such as an office party,… Read More »

5 Things To Be Thankful For At Work!

Five Things to be Thankful for at Work The problems that create your job. The only reason a job—any job—exists is to solve a set of problems. No problems, no job. The problem of getting information to your friends and relatives around the world goes away when you have Facebook, email, and Skype—and so go… Read More »

How do you prepare for a job interview? Part 2

How do you prepare for a job interview? Part 2 Interview Questions That You Will Be Asked During your job interview, it’s guaranteed that you’re going to be asked many interview questions that will directly influence whether you get the job or not. Answering interview questions is not rocket science, but it’s important to remember… Read More »

How do you prepare for a job interview? Part 1

How do you prepare for a job interview? Part 1 Job Interview Preparation is the one area where candidates spend the least amount of time. Candidates will often spend days or weeks contacting their referrals, using their network, however, when the job interview comes around, spend less than a few minutes preparing for it. Candidates… Read More »