Most people don’t get much practice in the art of interviewing and when the time comes to interview they find themselves unprepared to do so.  A person could have the perfect skill set for a given role but if they are unable to impress in the interview process, chances are they won’t get to the … Continue reading “Preparation is a Hidden Process”

It’s 2017. We are nearly a decade removed from the great recession. The unemployment rate is effectively close to 0%. Yet, I keep talking to qualified individuals who have trouble finding a position. Why? Why does it seem more difficult to find a position now than at much worse times in the recent past of … Continue reading “Job Seeking in a Connected World”

Over the past 15 years, I’ve recruited in a variety of industries and at all levels of organizations. When I was working mainly staff and sales positions, I always desired to recruit at the Management and Director level. Once I consistently began recruiting at the Director level, I would get excited to get a staff … Continue reading “The Difference Between Recruiting a Staff Worker and a Director”

Your LinkedIn profile is the first impression you make to many important people.  People could be searching for you after you applied to their job posting, if they are looking to create a new position, or simply considering a new partnership. Take a look over your profile and make sure you are presenting the best … Continue reading “How to Improve Your LinkedIn Profile”

Strange coming from a recruiter right? Nursing leaders have always been in demand by employers, some years more than others, but that doesn’t mean you should accept every job offer that comes your way. As a recruiter who reviews hundreds of resumes a week, I commonly see resumes of candidates that change jobs every year to two years. Sure, candidates make job changes

Your resume is your most important calling card in your job search. It should include the following information: Contact Information. Include phone, mail and email contact information. In addition, make sure your voicemail message is professional. A message that is too casual can create a negative impression.   Career Objective. You may choose to list or not … Continue reading “Resume Tips”

Layoffs are an unfortunate reality in business. Some layoffs happen because of acquisitions, some happen as a result of exiting a line of business, and others happen as a cost reduction effort. No matter what the reason, it is in every company’s best interest to maintain a positive relationship and reputation with former employees and … Continue reading “Outplacement Services”

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