Archive for August, 2013
Workplace flexibility promotes better work-life balance, lets employees spend more time with their families or be responsible parents, increases retention, advocates a good office culture, can increase productivity and allows employees a schedule with room for exercise and other healthy lifestyle choices.
As ERE recently reported, Time Magazine wasn’t far off when it called the dawn of the 2010s “the decade from hell.”
Internships can either be some of the best experiences of you collegiate and post-grad life or some of the worst.
You’re young, looking for a job or maybe hoping to find a different one, and after a stressful day, all you want to do is kick back in your apartment and put on a movie. Why not a job-centric film?
When you’re young, the idea of being an adult in an unsatisfying career cliche can seem like an impossibility. It’s easy to make the assumption that once you graduate, you’ll find that niche employment that satisfies all your career-oriented needs! Except, once you approach senior year and need to start considering job hunting or continuing your [...]
Being rejected by a dream job is bad enough, but the fact that a computer could have tossed out your resume and not a living, breathing human is even worse.
It may seem strange to apply as sociological a sounding phrase as cultural environment to an office, but this is a huge point of interest to job candidates.
More likely than not, you’ll spend most of your summer break with a great internship or working the daily grind to help fill out your bank account for the coming school year.
If you think losing those potential employees post-interview is tough, just consider the candidates that slip through your company’s hands much earlier in the application process.
Nothing throws off the easy, everyday comfort of routine quite like moving. As exciting and enervating as relocating to a new city or location can be, it’s also supremely stressful – especially when you’re thrown back into the process of looking for a new job. Work is hard to come by, so a lot of [...]
No college paper will ever be as important to edit as your resume.
Is the common depiction of Millennials nothing but a stereotype?
Automated resume screening systems are growing in popularity.
Many students consider studying abroad during their time at college.
Whether you’re just beginning your freshman year or you’re a vetted upperclassman, there comes a point in many undergraduates’ lives when they want to escape the confines of campus housing.