How to Optimize Your Job Posts for Maximum Exposure

On any given day, how many people are really looking for work? The interest—or lack thereof—might surprise you. Of people who have jobs, nearly two-thirds are perfectly OK where they are. But that leaves a lot of qualified candidates who might consider working for you on the sidelines—unless you figure out how to adjust your … Continue reading “How to Optimize Your Job Posts for Maximum Exposure”

Job Seekers Guide to Getting Noticed by Your Target Company

It’s almost entirely certain that most jobseekers – regardless of if they are first-timers or looking for a better one than their current job – are already targeting a company where they would like to apply and work for. This is especially advantageous as it narrows down the job-hunting efforts and allows us to prepare … Continue reading “Job Seekers Guide to Getting Noticed by Your Target Company”

10 Unusual Jobs That Pay Surprisingly Well

Searching for a job in this difficult economy is seemingly impossible. Those who were laid off from their previous jobs took months or even years before finding a new one. There are also a lot of people willing to do the same job at a much lower salary. This means that even if you can … Continue reading “10 Unusual Jobs That Pay Surprisingly Well”

10 Steps Towards Crafting The Perfect MBA Resume

Time and again, people have argued over the importance of the Resume in the eyes of the admission committee.  While some consider the RESUME to be an integral part of the application others argue for it to be ‘just another piece of the puzzle’.  Although different groups might have different notions, your RESUME is KEY … Continue reading “10 Steps Towards Crafting The Perfect MBA Resume”

How to Ace an Assessment Centre Job Interview

Assessment centres are becoming increasingly common, with many studies suggesting that this kind of job interview yields better candidates than the traditional one-on-one format. But what exactly are they? Assessment centres interview numerous candidates at the same time, usually over a day of team building, performance assessment, and skill analysis. The activities and tasks lined … Continue reading “How to Ace an Assessment Centre Job Interview”

What Employers Look For In Your Social Media Profiles

When employers are looking to fill in an open position they go through a wide range checks of including resumes, references, and even personal social media accounts.  Surprisingly, studies have shown that over 60% of employers look at social media accounts such as Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn. This makes it even more important for job … Continue reading “What Employers Look For In Your Social Media Profiles”

The Benefits of Corporate Team Building

The key to succeeding in business is to ensure that you have the right team in place. Not only that, but your team must be able to work together efficiently and communicate effectively to get the job done to a high standard and on time.   Team building is a worthwhile investment for any company … Continue reading “The Benefits of Corporate Team Building”

10 Areas That Are Putting Recruiters Off Your CV

When looking for a new role, one of the most important elements to get right is your CV. Your CV needs to make a great first impression, show off your skills and win you interviews with top employers.   While tailoring your CV for each role, you need to put yourself in the mind of … Continue reading “10 Areas That Are Putting Recruiters Off Your CV”

How to Give Your Resume a Head Start

Fixing up your resume is an absolute must before sending it to potential employers – it should be tailored slightly for every job. But this doesn’t mean that there aren’t plenty of tried and tested principles that should form the backbone of this document in general. Through a combination of passed-down wisdom and research amongst … Continue reading “How to Give Your Resume a Head Start”

Which Office Stereotype Are You?

Regardless of what industry we work in, office culture is something which we all have to get used to. Sitting at the same desk from 9 till 5 is something that many people experience Monday to Friday, so it’s important we are able to get comfortable with our surroundings. Undoubtedly, one of the most difficult … Continue reading “Which Office Stereotype Are You?”