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31 07, 2019

What to Do (And Not Do) After Making a Mistake at Work

2019-07-31T14:11:19-04:00Categories: How to Survive the '9-5', Job Efficiency, Motivation, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Making a mistake at work is inevitable. Whether it’s because of burnout, lack of attention, misinformation, being under-qualified, etc. But what do you do after making the mistake without making it worse? We’re sharing 6 tips, here. […]

22 08, 2018

What to Do After Being Fired

2018-08-22T09:11:39-04:00Categories: General Job Search Advice, Resources for Job Seekers|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Getting fired is a very unfortunate situation, but it happens. Sometimes it’s our fault, but other times it’s out of our control. Regardless of the circumstance, you may be wondering what happens next. Do you immediately head back out into the workforce? Do you take some time to reflect on what exactly you’re looking for in your next job? Find out the best steps to overcoming a firing by reading on! […]

7 03, 2018

5 Things You Should Do After Losing Your Job

2018-03-07T12:26:52-04:00Categories: General Job Search Advice|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Job loss is an unfortunate occurrence in the job market. Perhaps your employer was downsizing, or maybe you made an unforgivable mistake. Whatever the reason, moving on from a job loss isn’t easy. Although it can be hard to find motivation, it’s important to push on. With that in mind, we’ve listed a few steps you should follow after losing your job below. Following these steps will help you get back on your feet, and also get back on track in your career. […]

15 12, 2017

Link Roundup: Job Search Advice for the Holidays

2017-12-15T10:33:51-04:00Categories: Link Roundups|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

The holidays are an odd time of year if you are searching for a new job. Everything seems to slow down, even if you want to keep moving forward to try and find the right opportunity. Although it can still be worthwhile to apply, you may need to change your strategy until 2018 is here and hiring picks up again. In this week's Link Roundup, we've gathered advice that will help you boost your holiday job search, and prepare for a strong 2018. 3 Year-End Networking Moves to Help Your 2018 Job Search As we mentioned in the introduction, you [...]

1 12, 2017

Link Roundup: Advice For Job Seekers and Employees

2017-12-01T11:30:54-04:00Categories: Link Roundups|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

December is here, which means the end of the year is close, along with the beginning of a new one. It's a time when some companies decide to make cuts for budgetary reasons, and some job seekers make resolutions to find employment. Whether you're looking for a job or currently have one, our Link Roundup this month has advice for you! A Recruiter Shares the Best Way to Follow Up On a Job Application When you are applying to jobs, the work doesn't end when you submit your resume. While some companies will be proactive and reach out to you, [...]

27 10, 2017

Link Roundup: The Modern Job Market

2017-10-27T09:50:36-04:00Categories: Link Roundups|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

The hiring landscape is constantly changing and job seekers have to consistently adapt to stay ahead. This week, we’ve focused our Link Roundup on all you need to know to get hired in today’s workforce. We also have some advice for when you do get hired as well, in addition some more lighthearted links. If you’re looking to stay current on workforce trends, this is the place to start! […]

20 10, 2017

Link Roundup: Career Development & Decisions

2017-10-20T11:28:12-04:00Categories: Link Roundups|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |1 Comment

Looking to take a few steps down your career path? Then this week’s Link Roundup is just for you! This week’s assortment of links and advice will help you make the right choices in your career. Whether you’re changing fields, figuring out what to do, or if you were just fired, there is some guidance in the links below! […]

26 04, 2017

How to Explain the Employment Gap

2017-04-26T09:02:26-04:00Categories: Acing the Interview|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Explaining an employment gap in your resume can be extremely challenging. It’s something that may raise flags to employers, so you will almost always be questioned about it. Whatever the reason for your absence from the workforce, a potential employer will typically want an explanation. While a gap in employment isn’t great to have on your resume, it’s certainly not a deal-breaker. It’s just important that you approach it correctly, and we’ll explain the best way below. […]

15 03, 2017

When Is It Okay to Bad-Mouth a Past Employer?

2017-03-15T09:44:10-04:00Categories: General Job Search Advice|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

Workers can be laid off for a wide variety of reasons. Sometimes it has to do with a lack of performance, and other times it stems from personal differences in leadership or work style. You wonder, at what point is it okay to speak the truth about how you were pushed out of a company? Surely the hiring manager will understand having likely worked in HR themselves. So when can you speak to how horrible you feel your past employer or boss was in a first interview? Never. While you should speak truthfully, it’s important not to be negative. We’ll explain [...]

11 01, 2017

What Not to Do: Job Search at Work

2017-01-11T11:20:43-04:00Categories: General Job Search Advice, How to Survive the '9-5', Resources for Job Seekers|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |0 Comments

If you’re working on your job search while you are employed, you have no reason to be paranoid when searching. However if you are currently employed, it’s important to be careful when looking. Since most positions of employment are at will, it’s entirely possible that you could be terminated if your current employer discovers your job search. We’ll discuss some ways for you to keep your job search off the radar. […]