Top IT Skills Secure Employment

Since present supply and demand falls in favor of the IT candidates, it only makes sense for students and anyone who wants to enhance or change their career course to consider the IT avenue. Even in IT, however, there are… Read more »

Enhance your Resume – Create a Video

Whenever you send a digital copy of your resume to potential employers, it’s the perfect opportunity to include a video. Video resumes, short videos designed and created by job seekers/candidates to give a more personal view of their abilities, skills… Read more »

Working with a Recruiter

Regardless of what “title” a staffing company gives to their staff, they are essentially “recruiters”. And recruiters are specialists in the business of matching people – each with their unique personality, abilities, experience, etc. to their clients’ open positions and… Read more »

Work-Life Balance – Is it Possible?

Everybody has lofty goals for work-life balance. Many a blog and even books have been written about the subject, but can we really achieve it and how important is it anyway? The fact is that only you can decide how… Read more »


Whether you’re an entry-level employee dealing with overload at work and a family crisis at the same time or a top-level manager wading through office politics to cool the flames of conflict before they erupt into a raging fire, resilience… Read more »

Strategical Thinking

Strategic Thinking is an effective valuable tool for assessing the past and the present, and then creating a viable plan for the future. It is the art of applying both innovation and intentional thought processes to make connections between initial… Read more »

Networking Essentials

“Networking is fundamental to how I run my business and how I create relationships. I love Networking because it has given me so many amazing opportunities and experiences in my life and I have met some incredibly inspiring and nurturing… Read more »

The Benefits of Temporary Jobs

More and more companies are using contingent workers and, according to the 2014 Global Analysis of the Contingent Workforce Index (CWI), estimates expect the growth to continue, predicting as many as 64.9 million in the contingent workforce in the United… Read more »

Volunteer Work and Your Resume

Polishing your resume? Don’t forget your volunteer work and experience. Many candidates brush it aside because they weren’t paid for their services, but experience is still experience. Furthermore, including a repertoire of volunteer activity reveals strength of character and indicates… Read more »

Should I Sign a Non-compete Agreement?

Once used almost exclusively with high-level executives, non-compete clauses are making their way into the mainstream and appearing in unexpected places. Growing pressure is being placed on potential employees to sign agreements prohibiting them from working for the competition if,… Read more »