Excited and eager, you plan the next 40 hours in preparation for a potentially life-changing event.
May 25, 2015
If you are invited to interview but not offered the position, always follow-up with a thank you note. Truth is, not all initial hires are the [...]
January 27, 2015
On paper, these three offer little more than the others, which makes me feel badly because the remaining seven would have been offered a second [...]
January 19, 2015
Regarding the final four interviewed last week (where all four were extremely close), who will take the lead by taking professional respect to [...]
January 12, 2015
Next time you find yourself making excuses to milk the clock, do a half-ass job, or pretend to perform, recognize the mirror reflects two ways.
September 15, 2014
A mistake made by rookie candidates (okay, seasoned ones too) is to get sidetracked and start talking about personal life issues, no matter how [...]
June 17, 2014
CC Connection Tip of the Day: Stick to the truth, you won’t trip yourself up trying to lie; lying is not the way to get yourself employed.
May 9, 2014
For the record: Becoming post-initial interview invisible may be a result of the character clause.
July 25, 2012
“I’ve been sending out resumes but not getting any feedback. I’m wondering if I should also send a follow-up letter and what needs to be [...]
February 29, 2012
Is any of this, including the letter itself, necessary? No, they’re not required at all, but that’s the beauty of them. You took time to do [...]
January 31, 2012