By Clint Rainey January 31, 2022 New York City will soon require companies to list the salary range when advertising a new job opening—the most sweeping law yet in the growing trend toward greater workplace pay transparency. The rule, which became law after Mayor Eric Adams declined to veto it, will go into effect … Continue reading Note to job seekers: Companies may be required to post a salary range in your area
Wendy Marx August 25, 2021 If you’re on a job hunt as an experienced professional, social media could give the edge you need to impress recruiters. Let’s talk about how your social media and job search can work together to get better results for your career. First, let’s consider why experienced professionals should use social … Continue reading Social Media and Job Search: Succeeding as an Experienced Professional
Stacy Lee March 12, 2021 74% of recruiters believe that hiring will become more competitive. As if getting quality candidates isn’t already a challenge enough, the global pandemic has made it increasingly difficult to recruit top talents for some (if not most) industries. This prompts recruiters to continually revisit their strategy and identify the most … Continue reading Optimizing Where You Post Job Ads
Marc Andre February 12, 2021 StartupStockPhotos / Pixabay With an increasing number of people looking to work from home, freelance writing is one of the most attractive options available today. There are opportunities to write in all different industries or niches, so it’s possible to use your existing experience by writing about topics that you … Continue reading How to Find Legit Freelance Writing Jobs
Sarah Bentley February 5, 2021 Searching for jobs can be incredibly overwhelming. You can apply for hundreds of jobs with little to no investment in the time that you dedicated. While you may feel helpless and want to give up, it’s important to remember that there is light at the end of the tunnel, and … Continue reading Job Seekers: Here Are 5 Tips on How to Utilize LinkedIn Jobs
Andrew Zola October 20, 2020 The pandemic set off an explosion of re-skilling and up-skilling endeavors online. Some, like myself, began learning how to code for fun. For example, the programming language Python is straightforward and easy to learn, so a lot of people started building some cool stuff with it. However, for those of … Continue reading Job Seekers: What Are the Best Job Boards for Software Developers and Engineers?
Kevin O’Brien October 20, 2020 Prior to mid-March, most sectors of the economy were experiencing a strong job market combined with a shortage of talent. These ingredients created one of the strongest runs of candidate marketing that we’ve ever seen in the staffing industry. It’s amazing how quickly things can change. Now that we are … Continue reading Hiring Is Finally on the Rise but How Has COVID-19 Changed Staffing Sales?
Viktor Runov September 30, 2020 We all know how it feels. The anxiety. The self-doubt. The cold sweats. The pain and personal anguish. No – we’re not talking about the fear you experience as you mull over asking your crush on a date. We’re talking about the fear small business owners often experience as they … Continue reading How to Stop Being Scared and Ask for Referrals
Beata Staszkow — May 4, 2020 Although the Covid-19 lockdown is affecting everything in different ways, it is conversely creating opportunities, especially at the senior executive level. Most employees across the world have been told to stay home. Some are working remotely, but others are not. The economic damage caused by the decision to keep … Continue reading Keep Your Job Searching Skills Sharp During Lockdown
Chris Christoff — April 30, 2020 Is your job application failing to attract high-quality candidates for your company? If so, it’s time to make tweaks that’ll drive the right people to your open position. A poorly optimized application will not only bring in the wrong prospects, but it’ll also give qualified job seekers the wrong … Continue reading How to Optimize Your Job Application Form (4 Tips)