82 Archived posts matching:"Career Advice”

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    How and When to Ask for the Raise You Deserve

    Asking for a raise in your career can be a difficult topic to navigate, and it’s one that many simply avoid. According to a study by Payscale, only 43 percent out of over 30,000 surveyed employees asked for a raise, while the other 57 percent never did because they either received a raise without asking or […]

    • Career Advice
    • December 8, 2019
    • Polina Meshkova
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    4 Ways to Let Go of a Grudge At Work

    Workplaces aren’t perfect, and neither are the employees who work at them. Whether it’s getting passed over for a promotion, doing more than your fair share of work on a project, or having your idea taken without receiving credit, almost everyone in the workforce has felt wronged at some point during the course of their […]

    • Career Advice
    • December 3, 2019
    • Madison Troyer
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    The Job Seekers Guide to the Holiday Hiring Season

    Just because it’s the holiday season, doesn’t mean that it’s time to put the job search on hold until the new year. With so much going on — shopping to do, parties to attend, traveling to see family — spending hours scouring job boards, connecting with recruiters, and sending out résumés might seem like the last […]

    • Career Advice
    • November 25, 2019
    • Madison Troyer
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    The Right Way to Talk About Being Fired in a Job Interview

    There can be several different tricky topics to discuss during a job interview but the one that seems to top them all is addressing being fired from a previous job. As stressful as it is to be fired, the new challenge comes with explaining to your potential employer why they should consider your candidacy when […]

    • Career Advice
    • November 19, 2019
    • Polina Meshkova
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    The Truth About Professional Ghosting and What You Can Do About It

    Violet (name changed for privacy) had applied to more jobs than she could count before she decided to start keeping track. During her journey to finding full-time work, the creative professional started a spreadsheet of all the jobs she applied to. In it, she added a column for companies that offered an interview and another […]

    • Career Advice
    • November 17, 2019
    • Stacey Leasca
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    How to Get Recruited: You Submitted Your Résumé; Now What?

    The hiring process can be overwhelming. With interview preparation, résumé updates, follow up emails, and research, there are a lot of moving parts. In some instances, a recruiter may help the process run more smoothly. To see if an Executive Recruiter may be the right fit for you, it helps to have an understanding of the […]

    • Career Advice
    • November 15, 2019
    • Madison Troyer
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    Tips for Eliminating Disability Discrimination in the Workplace

    National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM) is a government campaign held annually in October that raises awareness about disability employment issues and celebrates the many contributions of America’s workers with disabilities. Continuing October’s momentum to raise awareness and help drive the conversation around eliminating disability discrimination in the workplace, we caught up with ForceBrands‘ Human […]

    • Career Advice
    • November 13, 2019
    • Polina Meshkova
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    3 Tips for Keeping Your Professional Wardrobe Consistent

    Whether you’ve been working at your job for numerous years or are a recent college graduate about to begin your first real job, we all have to make room in our closets for our professional clothing. Even if you’re a self-proclaimed fashionista, achieving a professional outfit that also shows off your personality can be difficult […]

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    5 Miami-Based Jobs to Advance Your Career in Beverage

    For those seeking to begin or continue a career in the beverage industry, Miami should be high on the list of potential relocation cities for a number of reasons. To start, Miami’s food and beverage sectors are known for their diversity and originality, making the South Florida city an important, albeit slightly obscure, hub for […]

    • BevForce
    • October 24, 2019
    • Rebecca Fenton