Determining what to wear to a job interview, whether online or in-person, is an easily solved problem when you keep one thing in mind: dress for the job you want.
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Many candidates searching for their next career move are looking for a company that celebrates diversity and has a strong inclusion policy. Both of these elements—diversity and inclusion—are ingrained in company culture. Some people (wrongly) think that company culture simply means foosball tables and a kegerator in the breakroom. In reality, today’s employees are looking for more meaningful workplace benefits, most of which stem from diversity and inclusion efforts.
A resume is your first impression and a virtual handshake. Without a stellar resume, employers may overlook even the best candidates.
You'll want to deliver the right first impression if you believe you've found your next career move. After all, a resume is a gateway to an invitation for an interview. Without a stellar resume, employers may overlook even the best candidates.
When Logan first arrived at Inova Staffing, aged 17 and with an expired ID, the team wasn’t sure if they’d be able to place this quiet but determined young man. A few weeks went by after he completed the onboarding process, and although he had committed to returning with an updated ID, the recruitment team wasn’t sure they’d ever hear from him again.
Workers in today’s job market are on the hunt for the next best thing. For some, that means more flexibility. For others, that means a more beautiful workspace, a shorter commute, or a higher salary.
This post is a continuation in our series that features expert insight on answering common interview questions.
“This generation is so lazy.”
Whether you’re entering the workforce for the first time or making a long-anticipated change, deciding what career is a good fit for you can be an overwhelming task.