HRNasty’s stance on the visible tattoo If you have read this blog for any time you know where I sit on the topic of the visible tattoo in the workplace. They call them job stoppers for a reason and as much as I think about getting a tattoo myself, working behind the HR kimono, I […]
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Company Christmas party, mind your P’s and Q’s The typical HR post around this time of year will discuss why we call the Christmas Parties the “Holiday Parties”. Other posts explain why we need to be sensitive to different cultures, blah blah blah. I am a minority and I do appreciate the sentiment but this year let’s […]
Microsoft Layoffs and how candidates can bounce back Here in Seattle, Washington the big news this past week was the Microsoft layoffs of close to 18,000 employees and vendors. This is huge number for any company but until something like this happens in your city, it is an easy topic to read and forget. When […]
Halloween costumes boggles my mind! The topic for my last post was how inappropriate Halloween costumes can make or break a career. I write on this topic every year in an attempt to provide insight on what HR and managers really think about Halloween costumes. I also try to provide WHY these groups think this way. […]
Ever been an internal job candidate and lose the job to an external candidate? Doesn’t seem fair? Why internal job candidates don’t get hired.
As a recent grad, your job search is much different than other candidates. Here is a list of the top ten ways to prepare for your recent grad job search
There are a lot of Job Search Myths that keep people from finding a job. As a recruiter, I will set the record straight. Don’t listen to anyone else!
If you are thinking about Office Halloween costumes, think again. This is not how you want to be noticed by HR. What managers and HR really thinks.
Redirecting the attention from your skills as a job candidate being interviewed lowers the subconscious interview score. Pay attention to these mistakes.
The down and dirty checklist for when you have a job interview tomorrow. The top things you can research quickly to give you the most bang for your buck