What to Expect From Recruiters During the Interview Process

What to Expect From Recruiters During the Interview Process In our previous blog post, we answered the question “What Are Recruiters and What Can I Expect From Them?” Now that we’ve covered the basics, we’ll now examine what to expect from recruiters further along in the process. Of course, if you’ve reached the interview stage, it means you’ve successfully connected with a recruiter and they believe you might be a good fit for one of their client’s open positions. If … Continued

I Feel Overworked!! How Do I Find Work-Life Balance?!?!

Work-Life Balance – What Is Your Ratio? What is your work-life balance? Does balance always have to mean 50:50? How then do you measure “work” and “life” balance? Some people are willing to pay the price of career success – whatever that means to each individual – by putting in the hours. They may not seem to have the balance to you. But that is the price they are willing to pay. To accuse your boss of not providing you … Continued

How To Become The Go-To Team Member At Work!!

How To Be Irreplaceable: 7 Action Steps To Maximize Your Value In The Workplace Do you know how to be irreplaceable? Is there such a thing? In truth, no one is indispensable. People come and people go. But that does not mean you cannot strive to be irreplaceable. To strive to be irreplaceable will make you almost indispensable. Almost is the key word. But almost will give you the competitive advantage in terms of salary increment and promotion opportunity. In order … Continued

What Are Recruiters and What Can I Expect From Them?

What Are Recruiters and What Can I Expect From Them? At some stage of your job hunt, there’s a good chance that you’re going to encounter an executive recruiter. Instead of advertising open positions through traditional means, employers sometimes use recruiters to help them find the best candidates. As a result, it’s a good idea to build relationships with recruiters, since it can lead to opportunities you might not know about otherwise. Recruiters are paid by the employers, so they’re … Continued