The Great Resignation Will Continue Into 2022

The Great Resignation will continue into 2022. For companies struggling to fill open roles, good news may be coming. On the flip side, companies that haven’t paid enough attention to making their current employees happy could be in for a rude awakening. According to the results of a new survey by staffing services company Yoh, only… Read more »

How To Lower The Flame When You’re a Chronic Overachiever

How To Lower The Flame When You’re A Chronic Overachiever We all love to experience accomplishments. They can offer a source of energy and strength. But over time, a relentless drive to accomplish can lead us to ignore our needs or the needs of our loved ones, aggravate physical and mental health problems, or create… Read more »

Let’s Talk Before You Quit Your Job

Let’s talk before you quit your job. You’re not alone, we’ve all thought about quitting our jobs before. Surveys show that anywhere from a quarter to more than half of employees are planning to look for a new job post-pandemic. But how can you be sure if it’s really time to leave?  Here are three… Read more »

How To Prepare For A Phone Interview

Understanding how to prepare for a phone interview is extremely important. The phone interview oftentimes determines whether you are granted a face to face interview with the hiring company. So it is critical that you put in the necessary time to prepare. Ideally, you should be in a room that is quiet where you can… Read more »

Understanding the Gig Economy

Hearing the term Gig Economy recently caught my attention. I hadn’t given much thought to it but it is a big part of what we do as consultants in the employment agency industry. Where did this word gig originate? Musicians refer to their paid performances as gigs and really cool people refer to their temporary… Read more »

Out Of Work Longer Than 60 Days? Keep Reading

Out of work longer than 60 days can be a problem for in-demand professionals. The latest unemployment numbers show an economy that is doing great and more people are working than at any other time in U.S. history. So you are going to have to be prepared to address in an interview why you haven’t… Read more »

Job Openings But Not Enough Qualified Applicants

Not long ago this sign created excitement with the steady stream of resumes flooding desks of HR departments across the country. How quickly time and conditions can change in the job market. But this time it is changing for the good. With a robust economy and jobs growth, we are seeing unemployment numbers of which… Read more »

The Importance Of A Structured Training Program

A  structured training program has a clearly detailed schedule, time frame, outline of activities, and assignment of responsibilities. It has well defined goals and consequences. Having a structured training program typically leads to more success and employee development than an informal or unstructured one. Without structure you likely have little awareness of training goals and strategies to… Read more »

4 Interview Mistakes to Avoid (and how to fix them)

You have developed an outstanding resume that has captured the attention and interest of a number of companies. Now the decision is which company represents the best fit for you as it pertains to career and culture? You are now ready for your face to face interview Why Arriving Late Is An Interview Mistake To… Read more »

How To Land That Top Paying Job

Developing a great resume, creating a social medial presence and networking is important in your job search. How to land top paying jobs is no longer a secret. Professionals need structure in order to reach their goals. But to the job seeker or professional looking to better their career using proven job search techniques is… Read more »