Video Interviewing Tips

It is no secret that we are currently out of our “norm” when it comes to interviewing. Who would have thought that a simple handshake at your interview could be a huge no-no?  Times have changed and we are in unchartered territory. But as we know, life must continue. This means that job searches must… Read more »

How to Find a Post-Pandemic Job

Living in lock-down the past few months has been terrifying and unprecedented. It is nerve wracking to think we must get “back to normal”. What will our new “normal” even look like? As we all make this journey together, it is important to remember that we, as a community, must keep moving forward and help… Read more »

What is the New Normal? Part III

When you finally have a return to work date, have your checklist ready and make sure you have done everything possible to provide a safe work environment for you and your employees. Has the building been cleaned, sanitized and have provisions been made to continue cleaning during the workday? Are there written guidelines, posters, and… Read more »

Age Related Put Downs in the Workplace

Age related put downs and slurs have no business in the workplace despite their prominence on social media, especially twitter. The workplace is designed to be inclusive and a hostile, toxic environment is detrimental to all employees – whether they are involved in spreading slurs or not. Some of the most common put downs towards… Read more »

Let’s Get Excited About Manufacturing Jobs!

Did you know the Manufacturing Industry is pretty awesome? The movement towards STEAM based learning is on the rise, and we couldn’t be more excited about it! STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math. STEAM based learning fosters creativity, critical thinking and problem solving. These skills are beneficial in any type of career… Read more »

Avoid Catching & Spreading the Workplace Virus

It is that time of year. Everyone is sick. Everyone’s kids are sick. Sounds of coughing and sneezing fill your ears from every corner of the office. You are just waiting for the aches and runny nose to commence.  Well – let’s try to be optimistic. Maybe you will be one of the “lucky ones”… Read more »

New Year, New Job

Once the holidays are over and people have finally gotten over the New Year hangover, job seekers should push hard for new positions and begin working for the new career that they are looking for.  Whether its applying at the right time, brushing up your resume, or looking at different fields, a new year can… Read more »