Question Time: How Do You Handle Stress & Pressure?

There are certain questions that are pretty universal when it comes to the job interview. One of them involves how you handle stress. Most jobs come with at least some pressure, and the hiring manager wants to ensure you’re not going to fall apart when it happens. But you can’t merely say that you handle… Read More »

7 Steps to Keep Your Workers Safe in the Heat

While every month should be National Safety Month, June is when it is officially observed by the National Safety Council. This is especially critical now that the summer heat has arrived in Florida. If employees are impacted by the heat, it can cause anything from mild illness to serious injury or even death, particularly in… Read More »

Question Time: What is Your Dream Job?

There are many common questions you’ll get during the interview process. One of them involves your dream job and what that looks like to you. By asking it, employers are trying to gain a sense of whether your aspirations align with their needs. So how do you answer this tricky interview question honestly and still… Read More »

As a Manager, You Should Be Documenting Everything

Problems arise every day in your workforce. There’s employee conflict, disgruntled people, issues with how customers are treated, and more. It’s a lot to deal with and can have a huge impact on your company. To minimize the risks, it’s important to document all of it. While this certainly takes time and effort, it will… Read More »

Question Time: Why Should We Hire You?

The interview experience is a stressful one for candidates. Not only do you have to appear polished and professional, but you have to persuade the hiring manager you’re the obvious choice. So when they ask questions about why they should hire you, how do you respond? Here are some tips to help you ace your… Read More »

4 Signs You’ve Hired the Right Candidate

When it comes to your final hiring decision, it doesn’t always work out. In some cases, the candidate you ultimately chose didn’t fit with the culture, the role, or some other aspect of the opportunity. The good news is that in most instances, a new hire hits the ground running and can become a positive… Read More »

Question Time: Tell Me About a Time You Went Above & Beyond For a Job

In a previous post, we discussed 6 of the Most Common Interview Questions & How to Answer Them. While there are endless other ones to consider and potentially prepare for, another common one that can often get asked is to “tell me about a time you went above and beyond for a job.” Hiring managers… Read More »

Nervous Before a Job Interview? Here’s How to Fight Those Interview Jitters

Hitting the send button on your resume and cover letter is simple enough. Heading to the interview, however, can be panic-inducing. If you know you get stressed before meeting with hiring managers, you’re likely hurting your chances of getting the job. The good news is that you don’t have to let those jitters sabotage your… Read More »

Need Help Choosing Between Two Great Candidates?

The good news is that you’re nearing the end of the hiring process. The bad news? You have two great candidates and can’t decide between the two. Both come with their own unique set of strengths and meet the requirements for the job. So how can you make your pick and gain peace of mind… Read More »

6 Red Flags That Signal It’s Time to Quit Your Job

Has a bad day at work extended into a bad week or month? Are you thinking that it’s time to make a move and find something you feel good about? If you’re experiencing these six signs, then break out your resume and start polishing it for your job search ahead: You hate going to work… Read More »