Etiquette

The Power of the Notebook

The Power of the Notebook: A Quintessential Tool for Workplace Success

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In an era dominated by digital devices, could the traditional notebook be the unsung hero of the workplace? In today’s digital age, where smartphones and laptops have become ubiquitous in the workplace, the humble notebook stands out as a surprisingly powerful tool. Despite the plethora of digital devices at our… Read More »The Power of the Notebook: A Quintessential Tool for Workplace Success

Interview Preparation in 2024

Mastering Interview Preparation in 2024: A Guide to Success

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In the ever-evolving job market of 2024, acing an interview requires more than just a firm handshake and rehearsed answers. With the integration of new technologies and the increasing importance of soft skills, candidates must adopt a comprehensive and strategic approach to preparation. This article will guide you through the… Read More »Mastering Interview Preparation in 2024: A Guide to Success

Redefining Customer Service in a Post-Pandemic World: Empathy, Digital Frontiers, and First Impressions

In the wake of COVID-19, customer service has transcended its traditional realms of in-person and phone interactions, embracing a significant transformation. This digital revolution has restructured our engagement with companies, compelling them to adapt swiftly. Understanding the pivotal role of customer service in this new context is crucial, especially in… Read More »Redefining Customer Service in a Post-Pandemic World: Empathy, Digital Frontiers, and First Impressions

From Misery to Motivation Transforming Your Work Life with a Positive Mindset

Work is an integral part of our lives, consuming a significant portion of our waking hours. Unfortunately, many people find themselves trapped in jobs that make them miserable. The feeling of dread that comes with going to work can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be this way. By… Read More »From Misery to Motivation Transforming Your Work Life with a Positive Mindset

dangers of quiet quitting

Why Quiet Quitting Can Harm Your Career Growth: Top 5 Negative Consequences and Pro-Active Steps to Take

Quiet quitting is a phenomenon that refers to employees who do the minimum requirements of their jobs and put in no more time, effort, or enthusiasm than necessary. Although the term emerged recently and has been widely discussed, some people question whether it is a new phenomenon or simply a… Read More »Why Quiet Quitting Can Harm Your Career Growth: Top 5 Negative Consequences and Pro-Active Steps to Take

Sample thank you letters after job interview

3 Sample Thank You Letters to Send After an Interview

After a job interview, it’s always a good idea to send the interviewer a thank you letter. This shows that you’re interested in the position and are willing to take the time to write a letter. It also gives you another opportunity to sell yourself for the job. Here are three sample thank you letters that you can use after an interview.

Interview Questions You Don’t Have an Answer For | Answers for Tough Interview Questions

How do you respond to interview questions you don’t have an answer for?  You’re already nervous.  Your palms are sweaty.  Your toes are tapping.  Should you fake your answer? Admit you don’t know the answer? Stay Calm The most important thing to do is stay calm.  Take a deep breath,… Read More »Interview Questions You Don’t Have an Answer For | Answers for Tough Interview Questions

What did you like least about your last job? | Answers for Tough Interview Questions

Have you ever been asked, “What did you like least about your last job?“ in a job interview?  This question can be tricky to answer, and can jeopardize your candidacy if you’re not careful in your response. Why do they ask this question? Potential employers will ask this question because… Read More »What did you like least about your last job? | Answers for Tough Interview Questions

“Clean Up” Social Media before a Job Search | How Social Media can affect your Job Search

Learn how social media can affect your job search. Potential Employers may research you online.  Surveys show that at least 70% of employers conduct social media research in their screening process.  Other studies say it could be up to 90% of employers use some form of social media screening in… Read More »“Clean Up” Social Media before a Job Search | How Social Media can affect your Job Search

Thank You Note

The Advantages of a Thank You Note

With years of experience in the recruiting field as well as conducting interviews themselves, David and Blake know first hand how important it is to send a thank you note. In this short video Blake Coen and David Coreen tell you the advantages of sending a thank you note after a job interview.

The Art of Leaving a Voicemail

The Art of Leaving a Voicemail

Here are some of the tips and tricks that we have learned over the years that will help you to compose the perfect voicemail. In this quick video Blake Coen and David Coreen reveal to you the art of leaving a voicemail.

No Badmouthing Previous Employers

Why You Should Never Bad Mouth Previous Employers

Learn how a possible employer could react if you happen to bad mouth a previous employer. In this quick video, Blake Coen, Eric Maddox, and David Coreen talk through a possible scenario that could happen during a job interview.