While sitting at home during COVID Hey everyone! Stop moping. Yes, I know your sporting events, social gatherings and concerts have been cancelled for a few weeks. The world has NOT ended, commerce is still happening, work is still happening and you have a beautiful opportunity to do some of those strategic career improvements that
Staying relevant in today's market I spoke with a mid career professional last week who exited a company he had been with for 12 years. He was under the impression that he only needed to update his resume and post it on the internet in order to get a new, high paying, interesting and short
Ignoring a bad reputation won’t make it go away I was working with a client a few weeks ago who was struggling to find, attract and hire the people she needed to help her company grow to the next level. She had historically hired junior level talent and paid them reasonably for their skills, but
Tips for conducting a job search in another market I get to talk with talented professionals every week who want to relocate another city but want to do so with a job in hand. Making the decision to move could be based on the desire to be back in their hometown, to have a change
5 things to take care of before you hit the “GO” button Happy New Year! So, one of your resolutions (or goals) for 2016 is to find a new job and re-energize your career? Congratulations! This is a great year for change – the economy is strong, unemployment is low, hiring and growing is on
The subject of Social Media in the workplace came up this week. I was talking with an executive and explaining how employees can help recruit talent by evangelizing their job, company, team on social media. Of course you can also repel talent thru social media if your people don’t like their jobs, company or team.