5 Signs the Job Might Not be the Right Fit

When you are looking for a new job, there are plenty of challenges. You want to be sure you have the necessary qualifications, research the employer, know the wages will meet your needs, and be sure you’ll fit into the company culture. Landing a job is great, but it can be even more stressful if… Read More »

8 Safety Tips for Field Technicians

As National Safety Month comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on things that you can do to keep yourself and your co-workers safe throughout the year. The best way to stay safe at work is to choose proactive safety, which means focusing on incident prevention. Here are a few tips to help identify… Read More »

6 Benefits of Taking a Contractor Position

The economy increasingly elevates flexible work: whether it’s remote work, a focus on freelancing, or increasingly, the use of contractor positions. While a contractor role isn’t always right for candidates, these positions offer benefits that could help you achieve your career goals. Why consider a contractor position for your next job? Here are six of… Read More »

4 Tips to Keep Your Social Media Profiles Work Appropriate

Social media is a minefield, but it’s also a golden opportunity. In today’s world, you can get hired for your dream job without even submitting an application. At the same time, hiring managers and recruiters scan profiles with an eagle eye. One study published in the International Journal of Selection and Assessment found that recruiters… Read More »

The Best Way to Use Your LinkedIn Profile

Did you know that 87% of recruiters use LinkedIn when placing new candidates? The job market is healthy, and hiring managers and recruitment pros see LinkedIn as a way of accessing skilled talent who might not see their job ads. Your LinkedIn profile is a passive job-hunting strategy that could land you the job you… Read More »