You earned an interview, and the date is set. It’s an incredible opportunity and has the potential to carry you to the next phase of your career. No pressure, right? Red flag awareness is crucial. As you prepare for your upcoming interview, here are some tips to help you out: Arrive on Time Late arrival
“I only regret that I have but one life to lose for my country.” — Nathan Hale, 21, 1776 Traditionally, Memorial Day is filled with BBQs, pool parties, and neighborhood bashes. The long, three-day weekend is perfect for kicking off summer. Yet, Memorial Day is so much more than that. It is about reflection, remembrance,
“All you need is the plan, the road map, and the courage to press on to your final destination.” – Earl Nightingale As the saying goes, “failing to plan, is planning to fail.” While this proves true for many facets of life, it is especially so in the case of a job interview. After all,
Your employees come in every day and work hard. As you look out into the workspace, things seem to be moving along. Everyone is hustling and bustling to get the job done. But is it truly productive? Has the workflow been maximized to peak production levels? Maybe it’s time to evaluate and make some changes.
In the turmoil of COVID-19, life has seemingly come to a grinding halt. And yet, as they say in show business, “The show must go on!” And so, must business. Even if the process is somewhat slowed down, staffing your company still has a critical role. Now, however, you must conduct your interviews virtually. An