How to Get Your Resume Noticed by Recruiters

How to Get Your Resume Noticed by Recruiters

If you’ve worked with a recruiter before, you know that having everything organized and ready to send at the right time is of the utmost importance. However, when a recruiter is sourcing dozens of candidates for the same job, there are a few things you can do to catch...
X Marks the Hidden Paycheck

X Marks the Hidden Paycheck

In today’s competitive job market, every company is motivated to find ways to stand out to potential new hires and their competition. Money is a big thing, but it’s not the *only* thing. The job market is ever-evolving and candidates are turning more focus...
The Secret Lives of Resume Pet Peeves

The Secret Lives of Resume Pet Peeves

Pet Peeves… we all have them. Some of my personal pet peeves include when couples include dogs in their engagement photos, when large groups insist a restaurant set them up with a Game of Thrones style table for 20, and when small children call me “Mr. Chad” –...
How NOT to Lose Your Candidate in 10 Days

How NOT to Lose Your Candidate in 10 Days

Although I’m a few days late following Valentine’s Day, (I blame the chocolate and cupcake coma for the delay), in keeping up with the luuuuurrrrrvveee theme, it seemed timely to talk about the importance of courting your candidates. Similar to the courtship in many...
How to Respond to a Recruiter’s InMail

How to Respond to a Recruiter’s InMail

Like so many things in life, you often only get one shot to get it right – which certainly applies to how you communicate when a Recruiter reaches out to you on LinkedIn. Sometimes the question isn’t “to respond or not to respond?”, but rather “how to respond”....