Check out our blog posts for hiring and management tips, and career advice tech pros can use to land a great job or advance professionally.
Resumania™: When in Doubt, Aim for a Short and Sweet Resume
It’s generally best to keep your resume to a single page or, at most, two. Having difficulty streamlining your text? Writing a professional summary can help.
WorkVine®: Mmm … Donut Day. What Does Your Donut Say About You at Work?
Before you reach for that donut box in the break room, consider this: What does your choice say about you?
Resumania™: 3 Resume Questions Recent Grads Should Ask Themselves
Are you about to graduate from college? Congrats! Now get to work on fine-tuning your resume. The resume remains the centerpiece of your job-search toolkit, and a carefully crafted one can help you stand out among your many fellow recent grads.
Conducting Interviews That Go Somewhere: Tips for Making a Good Hire
By the time you come face to face with potential hires, you’ve already reviewed their resumes and maybe even finished conducting interviews by phone.
But the in-person interview is pivotal. It’s when you separate the wheat from the chaff, or the good hires from the not-so-good hires. This is crucial because hiring someone who doesn’t work out can cost your business in a number of ways.
Innovation in the Workplace: 5 Tips for Empowering Your Team
Before he became famous for “The Simpsons,” cartoonist Matt Groening penned a comic strip called “Life in Hell.” His delightfully subversive cartoon often took aim at the conformity-enforcing, creativity-squashing corporate life of the 1980s and ’90s.