You’ve got a great new job. Now what? Whether you are a ‘newbie’ to the industry or are a seasoned veteran, you’ve always got to start things off right with your new employer and fellow employees.
Make a Positive Impression at Your New Job
Interviewing is daunting enough; let’s not scare them away with silly procedures
How to Scare Away Candidates
How concerned do we really need to be about references? Aren’t all references predictable as no one will ever provide a poor portrait of someone that they know and probably worked with? Sure, as long as you know you what your colleague will say.
How Good Are Your References?
When we first entered the workforce, many of us didn’t have a lot of options. We just needed to either get a job or get started on some kind of a career after college or trade school.
Who Do You Want to Work For and Why?
We’ve all been through the interview process and have been asked about our background, education and experience.
The Best One-Word Question to Ask in an Interview
As the job market appears to be getting better in our industry, we have noticed a dangerous (and disappointing) trend of low-ball offers.
Low-Ball Offers Can Be Risky