6 Things You Should Not Do AFTER an Interview

Leading up to the interview, you’ve probably prepared by researching tips and advice for how to ace the interview. Once the interview is over, you can take a deep sigh of relief, knowing that it’s over. However, be careful. There are a variety of ways that you can sabotage yourself after the interview. These are… Read more »

Tips for Building Relationships with Your Co-workers

Whether you are new to the organization or want to get to know the people you work with more, it’s important to foster relationships with your colleagues. Benefits of a Good Relationship with your Co-Workers As humans are naturally social, we feel the need to bond with the people around us. So as a result… Read more »

What Fantasy Football Can Teach Us About Hiring

By Vincent Michelino, written for HR Insights   As the beginning of autumn draws closer and the NFL preseason begins, fantasy football managers across the country begin their comprehensive draft preparation. It’s common practice at this point to begin scouring through hundreds of player profiles and projections, engaging in several mock drafts, and exhausting every… Read more »

Tips to Master the Perfect Handshake

You never get a second chance at achieving the best first impression. The handshake is one of the most important aspects of a good first impression. It’s been used for many years in the business world as a professional greeting, so getting it wrong can be detrimental to your first impression. Keep your Right Hand… Read more »

8 Tips for Balancing Work & Life

It’s not a myth that balancing work life and personal life makes people happier and more productive overall. It’s a satisfying feeling when all aspects of your life are balanced. Manage your overall work/life balance with these tips. Just remember, it may not be the easiest of adjustments, but they are worth it. Schedule your… Read more »

Tips to Develop a Positive Work Culture

It’s a common misconception that cut-throat, high pressure, competition-rich work environments drive financial success. Research shows that workplace stress can be a result of the high pressure environment and will lead to an increase in healthcare expenditures and resignations. Positive work cultures are proven to inspire creativity, productivity, and overall better team-building. In order to… Read more »

6 Tips to Get your Resume Noticed in 6 Seconds

Before we begin, let’s clarify the title of this blog. Due to the competitiveness of today’s job market, recruiters and hiring managers typically spend on average 6 seconds looking at a resume. In these 6 seconds, they decide whether to contact you or to trash the application. This is why we have developed a list… Read more »

Acing Behavioral Interview Questions

If you’ve ever been interviewed, you may have come across behavioral questions that typically start with “Tell me about a time when…” or “What do you do when…” In those instances, it can be intimidating. You might think that these types of questions can’t be prepared for, but you are mistaken. Here are some tips… Read more »

Political Talk at Work & How to Handle It

You can’t escape talk of this year’s presidential race. It’s all over the news, the Internet, and in retail stores. It’s even at the watercooler at work. With one of the more controversial presidential elections in decades, it might seem that the conversation can’t be avoided. However, there are many ways to handle the political… Read more »