Everything You Need to Know About Job Hopping

According to flexjobs, a job hopper, “stays at a job for approximately one to two years.” Although a popular move for millennials, many employers consider job hopping a bad move. Why? Because employers spend a lot of money on new hires. Applicants with job hopping on their resume might discourage a recruiter from reaching out…. Read more »

The Ins and Outs of Asking for a Job Reference

Who should you ask for a job reference? How do you ask? Will they say yes? Do employers even look at job references? What do they ask your references? Applying for jobs can be stressful from start to finish, and securing good references is particularly tricky. A potential employer’s call to your references could make… Read more »

Ensure Your Job Listing is Getting to the Right Candidates

Make sure your job listing is getting to top candidates.

So, you have an excellent opportunity at your company, and you’ve made sure to advertise it in the right places. You’ve written a terrific ad that showcases not only the job itself but your company and the benefits you offer. However, you’re not receiving applications from top candidates. Where did you go wrong, when you… Read more »

Boost Your Job Search By Blogging

One way to demonstrate your talents and expertise and boost the attention you receive from potential employers is by blogging about your career aspirations and your industry. According to Catherine Tan, a founder of the startup, Notey, “Alice Ko, the digital lead at Notey, previously blogged her way to a job by writing about why… Read more »

Managing Employee Turnover

No company is exempt from the facts: all businesses will experience some degree of employee turnover.  Replacing lost employees requires a great deal of effort from recruiting qualified candidates, to conducting interviews and training new hires. This costs the company valuable time and money, not to mention taking its toll on employee morale.  It is… Read more »

Questions to Ask at the End of Your Job Interview

At the end of every job interview, your interviewer will inevitably ask whether or not you have any questions. And the answer should always be an enthusiastic “Yes!” Not only is the interview a chance for the interviewer to learn more about your background and qualifications, but it is also an opportunity for you to… Read more »

Best Hiring Practices for Gen Z Candidates

Recruiting experts spent years researching how best 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 Generation Z-ers enter the workforce, recruiters need to rethink their hiring strategies. What makes Gen Z employees different from Milliennials? How… Read more »

Newly Remote Team? Here’s How to Engage Them

If in past weeks your office has had to adjust to remote work, there can be many challenges. How can you ensure your team is productive, feeling engaged and happy, and that they are unified under a common goal. If team building fosters connection, productivity, and a more creative output, remote work can unfortunately foster… Read more »

How to Make the Most of Summertime Hiring

Summertime is one of the most popular vacation seasons, which means, for many businesses, that fewer employees are working at any given time. This can make it difficult to keep a schedule running smoothly or to meet a project deadline. If your office numbers are lower during the summer time, and you’re scrambling to find… Read more »

Is Your Next Interview Remote? 5 Tips for Phone Interviews

Ace your remote phone interview!

As businesses have become remote, hiring has too. There’s no other way to put it: phone interviews are daunting. Not only is this your first real “personal” opportunity to give the employer a great impression of you, your chances of moving on to an in-person interview hinge on it. Fortunately, you have some benefits on… Read more »