Job Search Advice
There’s no right or wrong answer to working as a contractor or permanent employee. However, working with a staffing firm can be a huge benefit because they typically have an extensive roster of clients, providing you with more opportunities to work on exciting projects, expand your skillset(s) and gain access to new technologies. Before you make the decision, here’s a few questions to ask yourself.
No one wants to work for a jerk, but you may be able to get a read on your supervisor’s penchant for churlishness during the interview by dropping certain clues. Here are five red flags to be on the lookout for to determine if your boss could be a nightmare come true.
If you suspect your employer brand is less than stellar, it’s time to start approaching talent attraction and retention in the same way you would your company brand. That approach typically requires asking the following questions.
Employer brand, a company’s reputation as an employer and its value proposition to employees, is critical to attracting an ongoing flow of candidates. The following interview tips can help you evaluate an organization’s employer brand and determine whether the company has a culture in which you would thrive.
The process of applying and interviewing itself can tell you a lot about a company’s employer brand and even raise red flags that can keep you from making a poor career move. Here are a few questions you should ask yourself along the way.