Michael graduated from Marymount University with a Business degree and then spent most of his career working for Microsoft. I’m sure you’ll enjoy hearing how he got in with Microsoft and how he worked his way up.
We’re going to hear all about Devin’s experience from waiting for her job to start, wondering if it ever would, starting virtually, training virtually, meeting her team in a remote environment, meeting them for the first time in person—there’s just so much to talk about that we can all relate to.
Amanda recently founded her own company with her business partner called Devicore. They provide all kinds of career services like resume writing, cover letters, LinkedIn profiles, career development, coaching, and more.
But if you’re an employer listening to this podcast, I believe it’s important to remember that sometimes when you’re working with entry-level candidates, you should give them a shot based on just their potential alone. You might find that is how you can find some of the best people.
In this episode, I am interviewing Tom Moore and Brandon Labman, the Co-founders of ROCS. Not only will we dive into the history behind the company but also the history behind Brandon and Tom’s friendship. They’ll take us on a journey from when they were young kids, to the hustle and drive it took to work through college and finally to the success they have years later.
In this episode, we’ll address some of the biggest questions around sending thank you notes, including when to send them, how to show you were listening during the interview, and how to have your thank you note stand out from the rest. I’ll even share a few ideas and templates you can use to get your next thank you note looking and sounding amazing.
We’ll be covering everything you need to know from top to bottom about what to wear for an interview. From hair styles to socks, from blouses to pants, and from belts to shoes, we’ll give our best recommendations for what recruiters are really looking for when it comes to interview dress codes for men and women.
Video interviews can still help develop a valuable skill set and can give some great alternatives to the face-to-face interview, but there’s nothing quite like the original in-person interview. In this episode, we’ll be covering some of the tips and tricks every job applicant should know in order to make a great lasting impression for their next in-person interview.
In today’s episode, we’ll share some tips and tricks to help you nail your next video interview. Before 2020, the only way to get real “Face Time” with a company during an interview was to be there in person. And until 2020, many companies were completely content with that.But because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the interview landscape has changed. Video interviews have become necessary.
As recent college grads step out into the real world, there’s one skill that—when properly honed—can make all the difference in the hiring process: Phone interviews. The phone interview is the first of many steps in the recruiting process and is often when job seekers make their first impressions.
Recent college grads and job seekers may not know about staffing firms. They may not know what they are or what they do. In today’s episode, we’re going to address the elephant: staffing firms. What are they? How can they help? And—perhaps most importantly—why should we care about them?
If you’re having a tough time hiring, take into consideration the following points to see if you can set yourself and your organization up for success when the talent market gets increasingly competitive.