Monthly Archives - August 2019

August 2019

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Top 5 Things Not to Share During an Interview

An interview is an opportunity to impress your potential employer and highlight the things that make you a great candidate. However, there are certain topics that should be avoided in order to give you the best possible chances of getting hired. Below are the top 5 things you shouldn’t share during an interview. 1. Negative Feedback on Previous Employer It’s never a good idea to bring negativity into a job interview. You should always approach an interview with a positive attitude...

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4 Tips to Manage Your Love/Hate Relationship with Glassdoor

Glassdoor has become a popular tool for job seekers to research prospective employers and evaluate the work environment. Glassdoor publishes information about your company’s culture, benefits, and salary data. Revealing this confidential data can be problematic for many companies and beneficial for others. According to a Glassdoor U.S. Site Survey, 70 percent of people now look to reviews before they make a career decision. Below are 4 tips to manage your company’s reputation on Glassdoor. Claim Your Business Profile Users are...

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4 Big Risks in Accepting a Counter Offer

When you plan to leave your job for a better situation, your employer may meet your attempted resignation with a counter offer in order to encourage you to stay. However, accepting such an offer is a risk to your career in many ways. Below are 4 big risks associated with accepting a counter offer and staying with your old employer. 1. Your Situation May Not Improve According to national statistics, 75%-90% of those who accept a counter offer quit within 6...

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When is it Time to Hire HR Support?

When you own your business or become a key executive, it may not always be easy to know when it’s time to hire HR support. Depending on your needs and company size, this support can range from part-time consultants, to full-time specialists, to office managers who handle HR functions. There are a few key indicators it’s time to put HR tasks in the hands of a dedicated person rather than do it all yourself. Below, we discuss 3 ways...

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