STOP – Four Letters to Calming Job Interview Nerves

Job interviews are stressful, no matter what your reason for embarking on a job search. But there are ways to calm your nerves and reduce your stress so you’re ready to face your interview and impress the hiring managers. One such method is known as the STOP method. Let’s take a closer look at how… Read More »

5 Ways to Show Appreciation to Employees

Employee retention is always a top concern for management teams. You want to keep your top performers happy and engaged. And to do that, appreciation and gratitude go hand in hand. How do you show appreciation to your employees? While simply saying “thank you” is a good start, there are a few things you can… Read More »

What Can You – the Candidate – Ask in the Job Interview to Determine Company Culture?

You’ll see one of the biggest topics for job seekers today is to determine the company culture before accepting a job offer. This can help you see yourself working in their environment or on their team. The best way to do that is to ask questions within the job interview. The answers provided by the… Read More »

Could Video Lead You to Better Candidates to Fit Your Company Culture?

Do you know the power of video? Statistics show that websites and social media posts that include video content get more views than text or photos. But video content about your company can do so much more than drive traffic. It can be a very useful tool for your recruiting process. Can video lead you… Read More »

Resume Guide for Administrative Assistants

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You may feel like you’re always repeating the same things when applying to administrative assistant positions. With a lot of competition for these roles, how can you stand out from the crowd? If you’re working on your resume, here are a few things you can do to set yourself apart and make sure you’re presenting… Read More »

You’ve Been Fired from Your Last Job – How Can You Address It in the Next Interview

No one wants to be fired. But if you are, it doesn’t have to be the end of your career. You can, of course, take time to grieve and even wallow, but don’t let it define you. Recover from your mistakes and move on. But that also means you’ll need to field questions in interviews… Read More »

Houston Is the No. 1 Big City for New Grads

The website Online Degrees evaluated several large U.S. cities to determine which would be the best for new college graduates. And their number one choice was our city of Houston. So if you’ve just graduated and you’re looking for a new job, or willing to relocate for one, there are plenty of reasons why Houston… Read More »

How Volunteering Will Help Your Career

This time of year, many people have been volunteering in their community or giving to local charities. The holiday season seems to be the perfect time for these kinds of activities. But did you know that volunteering all year long can be healthy for you and good for your career? If you want to know… Read More »

Is Temp-to-Hire Your Path to a Full-Time Job in 2018?

If you’ve been in the job market you’re probably aware of temp to hire opportunities. But maybe you’ve been concerned about taking on a role like this because you’re uncertain how it would impact your career path. But there are many reasons to consider temp-to-hire. Before you kick off the New Year in 2018, consider… Read More »

What Are You Thankful For?

You’re getting ready for all the Thanksgiving Day trappings. Your mouth is watering just thinking of that juicy, flavorful turkey. You’ll add stuffing, and mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce to your plate. You’ll eat until you will burst with one more bite. But you’ll eat that slice of pumpkin pie with too much whip cream… Read More »