Blog

6 Tips to Proofread Your Resume

Proofread your resume. It’s crucial for you to land an interview.  Now, are we insinuating that a hiring manager will trash your resume if you confuse “their” with “there?” Well, yeah! It’s because even one grammar mistake on your resume shows the hiring manager that you don’t care or are lazy. No one wants to… Read more »

Ways to Develop Employees to Reach their Potential

Going through the recruitment and hiring processes are time-consuming and stressful enough. You want to make sure your employees stay with your company. High turnover also doesn’t look good on you as an employer. This is why it’s very important to keep your employees engaged and further develop their skills, so they can take on… Read more »

Boosting Your Productivity at Work This Summer

Ahh summer… when the sun shines bright and the beaches call your name. This season is always a little tougher to go to work because either your office is uncomfortably hot or you can’t stop daydreaming about summer activities. Just because you go into work doesn’t mean you’re being productive. Snap out of the daydream… Read more »

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 »