Tips for Cold Calling Potential Employers

Cold calling potential employers can be a tricky, yet beneficial, job search strategy. This method can demonstrate your initiative and interest in the company. A lot of businesses don’t list their open positions, and in some cases, they may have a position that is opening up soon. All the more reason to give them a… Read more »

Recruiting Strategies: Attracting Generation Z Talent

Recruiting experts spent years researching how to hire Millennial talent. Millennials are a more established faction of the workforce and are beginning to take on more senior positions. As we begin to see Gen Z-ers replace Millennials as the group entering the workforce, recruiters need to rethink their hiring strategies. What makes Gen Z employees… Read more »

Podcasts That Will Improve Your Hiring and Recruiting Skills

Do you have a long commute to work? It can be tough to entertain yourself on the way to work while driving safely. Podcasts have become hugely popular over the last few years, and the staffing industry has responded to listeners’ interests. If you don’t have as much time to read about current trends in… Read more »

The Importance of Office Culture in Retaining Top Talent

The notion of company loyalty has changed dramatically in the past few years. As the job market changes, employees are switching from job to job more frequently, which means companies are having to re-strategize in order to retain their top talent. One strategy is to establish and / or maintain an engaging office culture. According… Read more »

What Time is the Right Time to Ask About Salary

It’s hard to pinpoint the exact right time to ask your hiring manager about salary, but its one of the most important pieces of information you need to know about the job. A company’s salary budget can be the difference in your ability to accept a position, and yet this information often goes undisclosed until… Read more »

Recruiting Trends: Revisiting Changes in 2018

Recruiting firms often re-evaluate staffing trends in early January, but it can be easy to lose sight of how these changes affect your business over the course of the year. Technological advancements, changes in the workforce, and the economy have made the greatest impact on staffing trends this year. As recruiters, it’s important to keep… Read more »

Handwritten or Email? Sending Your Post-Interview Thank-You Note

One thing is certain: after a job interview, it is important to thank your interviewer with a note that acknowledges their time, relevant points from the conversation, and your interest in the position. It’s far more complicated, however, deciding how you want to deliver your note. Should you send an email or write a handwritten… Read more »

How to Make the Most of a Skype Interview

For job seekers who are hoping to work remotely or relocate, Skype has become a reality of the interview process. Like phone interviews, Skype interviews can be tricky and daunting, but here are some tips for how to make the most of its challenges and how to allow your personality to shine through. Look the… Read more »

How to Get Your Business More Involved in Your Community

It’s well known that for a business to succeed, it has to successfully engage and serve its local community. Of course, your Chamber of Commerce can help you connect with your business community, not to mention getting involved with groups like Jackson MS’s Small Business Administration or the Jackson’s Women Business Center of Mississippi. But… Read more »

Questions to Ask About Office Health

It is so easy to get overwhelmed by the day-to-day tasks that keep your business afloat or a quickly approaching project deadline. When your office is especially busy, maintaining workplace positivity is one of the first things to fall by the wayside. While you and your co-workers are on task, working extra hard, and accomplishing… Read more »