This past year, our team had a job opening. Since the final say and ultimate hiring power lay with my boss, she asked me to collect resumes and conduct first round interviews and pass along my selections. Here's a quick tip: just because your initial interview isn't with the "big boss" does not mean that your first interviewer has no say in . . .
There's an old saying - "the only way out is through." When it comes to your career, however, I'm going to make a different suggestion: "Sometimes, the best way in is around." According to an article in Inc.com, on average, every corporate job opening attracts 250 resumes. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 20.4 . . .
I told you guys I'm going to start writing more about career coaching - well, like it or not, here we go! When you hear the word "networking," it probably sends a chill down your spine, as you're mentally transported to uncomfortable mixers and stilted arranged meetings in which neither party truly wants to be there. You're probably . . .
Recently, a change in my job has afforded me the opportunity to work from home. In all honesty, it's my dream come true. I'm a HUGE homebody and I rely heavily on my creature comforts (read: I never want to get out of my pajamas or do my hair). I love being able to bop back and forth between answering emails and throwing in a load of laundry. . . .