10 of Our Favorite Quotes on Innovation for Job Seekers

As job seekers continue to look for something new, or maybe their first job out of school, they should take time to read some interesting and inspirational quotes about innovation. We have compiled a list of our 10 favorite quotes on innovation in today’s post. William Pollard Once Said: “Without change there is no innovation,… Read More »

But WHY Do We Do Things This Way?

As the title suggests, this article is all about a pretty common question asked by employees when they start a new job. The quickest and easiest way to promote engagement from a new employee and shorten the learning curve is to find a way to foster an environment of asking questions. Some employees can get… Read More »

Intrusive and Illegal Interview Questions You Simply Cannot Ask

Preparing for an interview is just as important for the hiring manager as it is for the job seeker. Even though the job seeker will experience more stress during the event, the interviewer must ensure that he or she does not ask any illegal or inappropriate questions of the candidate during the interview. To do… Read More »

Making a Positive First Impression During Job Interviews

Everyone knows that it takes a matter of seconds to make a first impression, but do you know exactly how many seconds you have? The exact number is seven; seven seconds to make a first impression on someone. That is not a lot of time to ensure that the impression is a good one. So,… Read More »

The Benefits of Hiring Pre-Screened Candidates

Have you ever hired an employee and then weeks later learned something negative about that person that could put your business at risk? You are not alone. It’s common for candidates to stretch the truth about their backgrounds, particularly in areas like legal problems, criminal histories, and false employment and educational information. People can appear… Read More »

4 Ways to Prepare for Your Next Interview to Overcome “Interview Nerves”

No matter if this is your first job interview or the hundredth; it’s common to get nervous as the big day approaches. Many job seekers are eager to strut their stuff in an interview, but by the time they get to the interviewing place they are a bundle of nerves. It’s because of all that… Read More »

Key Strategies To Advance Your Career When It Hits A Rut

Just about every person has hit a rough patch in a career at some time or another. Career ruts often sneak up after years of having an enjoyable career. A career rut happens when a job no longer provides the satisfaction or reward that it once did. Perhaps you’ve found yourself in this type of… Read More »

Can you afford to pay for employee training? Can you afford not too?

Our Note to the Hiring Managers… When a company has access to a highly trained and knowledgeable workforce, beautiful things begin to happen. First, employee productivity shoots through the ceiling as employees ramp up to speed quickly with learning support. Second, employees become so confident in their roles that they grow as innovators in the… Read More »

What 3 things can you do to continue learning and developing after landing a job?

Our Memo to the Hiring Manager… Landing a new job is an exciting time for a job seeker, especially if he or she has been searching for quite some time. Believe it or not, the development of the employee is not complete with the acquisition of a new job. In fact, the employee should continue… Read More »

When Should You Start To Look To Hire Additional Employees?

It can be tricky sometimes, knowing when to hire help. But, in order to run a business effectively, the need to hire more people comes up frequently. How can you know what signs point to adding new employees? Here, you will learn when the best time is to hire additional employees. You have landed a… Read More »