Adding Numbers to Your Resume

In other words, quantifying your accomplishments   If you’re an avid follower of our blog and social media platforms, you may have heard the advice to add numbers to your resume. But what does this actually mean? Recruiting professionals give this advice for you to add percentages, dollar amounts, and other types of numeric amounts… Read more »

5 Last-Minute Tips for a Last-Minute Interview

Congrats! You got a call from a hiring manager to schedule an interview. Bad news? The only time they could spare is this afternoon… You’re able to move around your schedule and leave work early for the interview. However, this leaves you with 30 minutes to an hour to prepare for the interview. Whatever you… Read more »

8 Things to Do Before Vacation to Return Stress-Free

Planning a vacation or some time off? You may even have a vacation already planned and approved by your supervisor. While it may be approved, there’s more that you should consider doing before you escape the office, so you enjoy your time away and can come back stress-free. Let EVERYONE Know You’ve told your boss,… Read more »

Encourage Healthy Work-Life Balance for your Employees

Work-life balance is crucial. With long work days becoming the norm, employees are struggling to accomplish work-life balance and this is detrimental to not only the employee’s health, but also to the well-being of the business. Work-life balance is about flexibility and control over their schedule. Often times, employers see work-life balance as a way… Read more »

Resume Success: Turn Your Duties into Accomplishments

The resume and cover letter are your keys to gaining an interview, so it’s very important to make sure you persuade the hiring manager to give you the time of day. The best way to persuade a hiring manager is by describing your accomplishments at your previous jobs, not your responsibilities. Difference between Accomplishment &… Read more »

Screening Candidates for Cultural Fit

You can certainly sum up a candidate’s experience by the contents of their resume, but you won’t be able to determine their cultural fit until a face-to-face interview. This is one of the reasons why d. Diversified Services meets with every candidate before submitting them to our clients. We want to make sure we provide… Read more »

5 Tips to Work through Job Search Writer’s Block

From writing cover letters to tailoring your resume for different job applications, you’ll be doing a lot of writing during your job search. You may consider yourself a great writer and this might not bother you as much as it would others, but what would you do when you come down with the dreaded writer’s… Read more »