Thoughts on WFH from Someone Who’s Been Doing It
Working from home? Maybe for the first time ever? As someone who’s been working remotely for over eight years, I can attest that it is not without its challenges and distractions.
Women, toot your own horn. Please.
As a recruiter, I interview people every week for our clients. And far too often I hear women qualifying and caveating their success. I was speaking with a candidate recently who prefaced many of her career accomplishments with, “Not to too…
Where Is Everybody? How to Attract Passive Talent
By Mary Truslow on
Passive talent is a bit of an oxymoron. Right now, in the current job market, some of the best candidates are passive, meaning they are happy where they are and not looking for a new role.
Happy New Year from Communications Collaborative
Lessons from a Mid-Career Job Search
By Janine Sheehan on
Looking for a new job in the middle of your career is a special kind of ego-testing endeavor. I’m quite familiar. I just went through it.
Raise Your Hand If You Have an Interview Coming Up (Literally)
In keeping with my last two posts, Getting into the Interview Mindset and Staying Positive During a Job Search, I’d like to offer another jobseeker tool—power posing.