The Truth About Writing a Great Resume

There are countless opinions, blog posts, books, fish stories, courses, webinars, and hashtags about resumes that will tell you, definitively, about writing a great resume.  Most of them make recommendations that conflict with each other. It can be overwhelming. As a hiring manager, I’ve received and reviewed just about as many variations in format, style,

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3 Tips When Creating Your Next Organizational or Corporate Team

“Try these three tips when creating your next organizational or corporate team,” says Catherine Mattiske, “and leave the frustration behind for good!” Groupthink Stinks. Don’t Hire People Like Yourself – Ever! —  “Groupthink” occurs when group members feel forced to agree on a plan of action rather than provide constructive criticism, competing perspectives, or their

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Why Companies Need a “Return on Energy”

As Beyonce recently pointed out, so many workplaces are breaking the soul of employees and pushing them to explore other options.  What these companies don’t understand is that there is a way that they can keep employees (and as a result clientele) happy.  Many organizations create wellness initiatives to mask the real problem. The workforce at large

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3 Reasons Why It Matters –

A sense of safety may be the last thing on your mind when your home is your office. You have everything you could need at arm’s reach, you start the day without even having to walk outside, and your doting cat never leaves your lap except to occasionally pound the keyboard at random. You spend

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5 Ways to Land a Job Before You Relocate

Being a partner to someone who is frequently relocated isn’t easy — especially with spouses that have jobs that require licenses that don’t always transfer across state lines. When your partner gets relocated, the entire family has to make arrangements for school, work, and everything else.  While their company takes care of the employee, the spouse

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