Tips for Describing Yourself During an Interview 

During the interview process, the hiring manager almost always asks, “How would you describe yourself?”  It can be a scary question and a balancing act. It’s tough finding the line between self-confidence in your abilities and coming across as arrogant. How do you describe yourself to someone who has a real influence on whether you get the job! Yes, it’s a …

What is Inclusion? (Without it, Diversity Doesn’t Count)

There’s no doubt that diversity is a powerful and immensely beneficial tool within any organization, especially within the workforce.  A genuinely diverse work team has a tang, a flavor, a seasoned strength. It is the secret power of any successful team. It might be easy to assume diversity only focuses on gender and ethnicity.  But true diversity is so much …

Passive Candidates and Long-Term Vision — 5 Tips for Recruiting

The job market is tight right now.  The reality is that many, many candidates, the same ones you want and need, are already employed and not looking for work. These “passive candidates” are not looking for a career change. But they are probably open to at least talking. If the shoe fits, that is. A LinkedIn study showed that: 79% …

Christmas and COVID — Keeping Up Morale This Holiday Season

You are fully prepared for the craziness of this odd holiday season. You specialized in your marketing, increased your online presence and availability, and hired extra help early.  You set up sanitation stations galore and mapped out procedures and guidelines to keep people safe and healthy. You thought you were ready for the madness, but now that it is here, …

Preparing for Re-Opening: Simple Suggestions to Help You Out 

If you’re asking yourself the question, “What do I do to prepare my business for re-opening?” well, you’re not alone. There are countless business owners all across the world, asking that very question. And no matter your opinion regarding Covid-19 — and there are many different and valid opinions out there — for you to open your re-open your business …

How NOT to Be Employee of the Month

You’re not a status quo sort of individual. That would be bland. And basic. And boring. So, when your boss tells you they’re launching an Employee of the Month Program, you roll your eyes. Because who cares about recognition? After all, that’s what most employees want, but you’re not everyone else. So, if you want to lose any chance, ever, of being the …

Fun Things to Do During a COVID Summer! (It Could be Your Most Memorable)

“What good is the warmth of summer, without the cold of winter to give it sweetness.” ― John Steinbeck We’re sure that you’re tired of hearing about COVID-19. And truthfully, we are too. But that doesn’t change the fact that it’s still here, and here to stay for a little while longer. In the meantime – you’re in the dog days …

6 Easy Steps to Winning Job Descriptions!

Writing a job description is more than just…well, a job description. Your goal is to sell the job seeker on your company – tell them exactly why they want to work for you! Be clear. Be concise. Be informative. And we promise it’s not that hard! 1. The Job Title: Ensure your job title catches the right talent. Be specific …