5 Effective Ways to Assess an Employer’s Brand During the Interview

More than a quarter of the way through 2018, well over 750,000 jobs have been added to the nation's payrolls, according to the Labor Department, providing both those out of work and individuals looking for a fresh start with plenty of employment opportunities. Add to that an unemployment rate of 2 percent among managerial-level professionals.Read More

Be More Confident and Focused

You could be filled with fear if you’ve been out of the job market for any length of time. It’s also discouraging when you realize your job search is taking more of your time than you had anticipated. To conduct a successful job search, you must be brave enough to change your mindset to haveRead More

4 Ways to Demonstrate Leadership in a Non-Management Role

Whether you're just starting out with a new company or you're a seasoned veteran looking to demonstrate your value, few qualities have the same impact as strong leadership. Leadership qualities--such as introducing new strategies or energizing staff to feel more connected with their work--lead to positive results that can be evidenced in a variety ofRead More

Improve your ability to LISTEN during interviews!

You will greatly improve the quality of conversations you have if you learn how to listen. You need to learn when to talk, when to stop talking and when to ask questions. It’s also important for you to learn to “understand where another person is coming from” vs. trying to provide an immediate solution. SeeRead More

Conduct a Proactive vs. Reactive Job Search

Today's job seeker must take a more proactive approach and identify jobs before they go on the market. Conducting research provides you with the foundation you need for a successful job search. It is important to identify fifty potential employers who employ individuals who have your experience and skills. These are also employers you haveRead More

I Think I Have a Job Opening, Now What?

One of your employees has just quit, been let go, or retired. It doesn’t matter why they’ve left, all that matters to you is that you fill that position, ASAP. But take a minute, breathe deeply, and consider these all-important questions: Why do you think you need to fill that role? Can the position beRead More

The Counteroffer–How to Go from Acceptor to Extortioner in One Decision

Accepting a counteroffer grants you a shelf-life of six to twelve months. You are extremely thrilled with yourself. You just accepted a great offer of employment from a wonderful company. Now, all you need to do is resign. You plan it out, write your resignation letter, and get ready to discuss your departure with your employer. Whew!Read More

U.S. Employers Expect More Hiring, Higher Recruiting Budgets and More Perks

NEW YORK, June 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- A record number of hiring managers in the U.S. anticipate more hiring in the next six months, according to the semi-annual hiring survey from DHI Group, Inc. (NYSE: DHX), a leading online career resource and talent acquisition platform for technology professionals and other select professional communities. The expected riseRead More

Millennials Are Not Job-Hoppers, Studies Find

Job candidates between the ages of 18 and 35 also prize learning opportunities over career advancement and salary, according to recent research. By Andrew R. McIlvaine Tuesday, May 9, 2017 Millennials have been stereotyped as nonstop job-hoppers for quite a while now, but that stereotype is turning out to be false. A recent analysis ofRead More