Monthly Archives: August 2013

Do’s and Don’ts for Interview Success

Do’s and Don’ts for Interview Success

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Congratulations! You’ve landed that all important face-to-face interview that every job seeker is after.  Based on your resume and possibly a phone screen, the interviewer thinks your background and skill set may be a good match for their company.  But now what?  Even the most experienced job seeker gets nervous before an interview because you…

It’s a Good Time to be an Introvert

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It seems like lately everyone’s talking about introverts – it was even the subject of a New York Times bestseller, “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking” by Susan Cain.  Our latest issue of Career Club delves into this personality trait to discuss how to overcome shyness at work and…

What to Do About Poor Employee Engagement

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  A recent Gallup survey shows that employee engagement in the United States is only at 30%.  This means that the other 70% are either disinterested or have a lackadaisical attitude towards their work and/or their employer.  Obviously it’s important to have high levels of employee engagement in the workplace, as this leads to higher…