Creating a resume and keeping it updated can make the difference when applying for a position. If you are looking for a job, set aside some time for this vital task.
When most people think about spring cleaning, they picture cleaning out closets, putting up winter blankets and clothes while bringing out spring wardrobes, or reinvigorating their gardens through pruning and adding new plants. Believe it or not, this should apply to parts of your professional life as well. Specifically, you should commit to spring cleaning for your resume. This is necessary if you’re considering a new position, but it can be just as important to be ready for the worst case scenario, like needing to find a new job.
There’s something extra nerve-wracking about interviewing for a job via online video. It’s hard to replace the intuition you feel when being in the same room as someone, and while you already have nerves wrecking your brain, you could continuously worry about sound, picture quality, and other technical glitches along with the usual job interview jitters.
Going in for a job interview is scary enough even when everything goes right! In the spirit of Halloween, we’d like to share some interview nightmares that you or someone you know might have experienced and some ways to gracefully come out unscathed (and still have a chance at the job).
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A strategic plan, growth strategy and revenue – your business wouldn’t succeed without them. Another key ingredient to a thriving business model is a team of qualified employees. Interviewing and assessing candidates can be time-consuming and expensive. Staffing agencies have access to a vast, ever-growing pool of qualified candidates that are a perfect fit for a variety of business needs. These are some of the advantages of filling positions through a staffing agency.
Have you been on the job hunt for a while? Don’t be discouraged! Talented candidates often go unnoticed, but not on our watch. We think you have a lot to offer and our recruiters are dedicated to connecting you with companies who are looking for hard-working employees like yourself.
If you don’t know Flo from the Progressive car insurance commercials, you might not watch enough T.V. The kooky yet delightful television personality has invaded our lives with 30-second informative yet humorous ads explaining the benefits of “choosing progressive.” Flo can also provide good career advice! Check out the tips below:
Not all job applicants are the same. Some candidates know what position they want or where they want to work, but others need more direction. Sound like you? Then look no further. A recruiter is an excellent resource for people in this situation. Keep reading to discover what a WorkBox recruiter can do for you.
According to an article on usa.gov., finding a new job is one of the top five resolutions at the beginning of every January. Naturally, everybody starts out motivated, but then life happens, and suddenly it’s another new year and another new list. Isn’t it time to take your “I need a new job” outbursts seriously and make a plan? Make 2015 the year you win the job-search game.
Whether you’ve got a job lined up or you’ve just started searching, the interview process can be the most nerve-wracking part. Fear not! We’ve gained exclusive information from an interviewer that may help with your pre-interview jitters. And believe it or not, being nervous might be a good thing. We’ve interviewed Morgan, a Workbox employee who meets and interviews with hundreds of individuals on a weekly basis, to see how it feels to be on the other side of an interview.