2 01, 2019

Why to Align Yourself with a Recruiter in 2019

By | 2019-01-14T23:06:50+00:00 January 2nd, 2019|Career|0 Comments

It’s a new year, replete with new challenges, expectations, and personal and professional goals. While your personal goals are your own affair (losing weight, anyone?), this blog post is focused more on your professional goals. And one of the more strategic ways to attain those goals is to align yourself with an experienced recruiter working [...]

26 12, 2018

The Importance of a Quick Decision in Regards to the Offer

By | 2018-10-05T14:20:03+00:00 December 26th, 2018|Career, Job Seeker|0 Comments

We’ve discussed before in this blog about the importance of not “ghosting” on either the offer of employment and especially the first day of work. That means when an employer makes an offer, you simply disappear. (Well, you don’t really disappear, but the hiring manager never hears from you again. So it’s pretty much the [...]

21 11, 2018

Does Your Current Employer Support Your Career?

By | 2018-10-04T18:31:28+00:00 November 21st, 2018|Career, Management|0 Comments

Perhaps this is not a question that you’ve asked before. However, you should ask it. After all, you’re invested in your career. You want to enjoy success and satisfaction during it. Doesn’t it make sense that your employer would want the same? “No,” you might be thinking. “My employer wants to make money, and they [...]

10 10, 2018

More Opportunities Also Means More Chances to “Burn Bridges”

By | 2018-09-13T20:17:43+00:00 October 10th, 2018|Career, Job Seeker|0 Comments

We’ve discussed in a previous blog post why you should never “burn bridges” in your career. You never know when something that you’ve said or done (or not done) will come back to hurt you at a later date. It happens more frequently than anybody imagines, and people almost always think that it won’t happen [...]

3 10, 2018

Why You Should NOT Accept an Offer Unless You’re Ready

By | 2018-08-23T16:19:43+00:00 October 3rd, 2018|Career, Job Seeker|0 Comments

It’s no secret that we’re in a candidates’ market. After all, unemployment is historically low. There is a record number of job openings in the country. In fact, there are more job openings then there are unemployed people to fill them. So with all of that said, candidates are definitely “in the driver’s seat,” so [...]

19 09, 2018

Considering an Opportunity Better Than the One You Have

By | 2018-07-24T13:36:14+00:00 September 19th, 2018|Career|0 Comments

In our previous blog post for job seekers and candidates, we discussed the dangers involved in “burning bridges” during your career. Specifically, we discussed saying and doing things that might benefit you in the short term, but might also hurt you in the long run. However, while there is danger in being too brazen in [...]

12 09, 2018

Why You Should Never “Burn Bridges” in Your Career

By | 2018-07-24T13:24:36+00:00 September 12th, 2018|Career, Job Seeker|0 Comments

Unfortunately, candidates in today’s market sometimes engage in what might be termed “short-term behavior.” That means they make decisions and say and do things that might appear to benefit them in the short term. However, those same things could come back to “haunt” them in the long run. In other words, these candidates are “burning [...]

29 08, 2018

The Danger of Appearing Greedy During the Hiring Process

By | 2018-06-22T20:59:18+00:00 August 29th, 2018|Career, Job Seeker|0 Comments

In our previous blog post, we addressed the importance of identifying the WIIFM of other people, both in the workplace and also during your job search. Admittedly, that is not always easy to do. This is especially the case if you’re a top candidate in the marketplace and you’re seeking a new employment opportunity. That’s [...]

22 08, 2018

The Importance of Identifying the WIIFM of Other People

By | 2018-06-22T20:30:16+00:00 August 22nd, 2018|Career|0 Comments

As a professional in the Information Technology and/or Engineering fields, you are inherently preoccupied with what you want in your career. People are, by nature, preoccupied with themselves, and this preoccupation is often unfortunately evident when they embark upon a job search. We say “unfortunately” because this not a positive way to brand yourself. Personal [...]