In 30 seconds or less, you should be able to tell someone your elevator pitch – in the line at the grocery store, when picking up your kids at school, at a cocktail party, at a work conference, or at a startup pitch competition – what the heck you do.Read More
Flexible work doesn't only mean remote/telework. In this video, I talk about an agreement I made with my company for returning to work after maternity leave and several options for flexible work arrangements, including:
alternative work hours
part-time work, and
80% of jobs are filled through referrals. Job seekers mistakenly think you can only get referrals through people you know VERY well. It's not true.
Here's my story of how I landed a great job after years of applying online to the same company with no response. You will discover:
How to land a job after a brief meeting with a new contact
How to follow up and get your application noticed
Slicing off bits of your resume in order to keep it to one page can be so tough. When you’ve accomplished a lot in your career, it can be difficult to pick what to remove — so here’s what to cut out.
It’s unusual, to say the least, to interview for a job when you are a new mother to eight-week-old twins and you’re about to move across the country for your husband’s military job. But that’s just what Kara McSwiggin did in early 2017. An experienced certified public accountant, McSwiggin scored an interview through the recruiting firm ServingTalent and landed a job with Blumer CPAs, where she could keep her skills fresh and stay in the career game at a time when many other women jump ship.