How to Ask for a Raise – and Get it

Asking for a raise can feel like a delicate social situation. Using our step-by-step method, you can use your past successes, strong work ethic, and industry knowledge to prove why they should invest in you. It may not be easy or feel socially comfortable, but we’re going to consider the entire picture. You did the… Read more »

6 Ways Upskilling Solves Problems

Upskilling, also known as reskilling, is the act of investing in current or new employees so they can bridge the gap that automation has created. Automation has conquered large swaths of labor, often tedious labor that doesn’t require nuanced knowledge.  Some employers try to cut corners by firing their staff and hire new people, but… Read more »

Thank You Letter Tips For After Your Job Interview

Thank You Letter Tips For After Your Job Interview

Sending the right thank you note after a job interview makes you stand out. That’s important when you’re competing against others and increases the positive impression that you made at the interview. If your interview was perhaps on the fence, think about this as a way to tip the tables in your favor – even… Read more »

How To Excel While Working From Home

Woman working from home in front of laptop

Are you working from home? Sure, the commute is great, but will you still be able to prove yourself when you don’t have to show up in person? Of course you can! We have the tricks on how you prove yourself to be someone who gets things done, even though you’re not physically in the… Read more »

3 Easy Ways to Stand Out At Your Job

It’s hard to stand out at your job is the same as many other people at the same company. This makes it harder to get a promotion, and this is even more difficult if all of you are working on the same project or all vying for one permanent or promoted position. So what can… Read more »

“What Is Your Greatest Strength?” Interview Question

What is Your Greatest Strength Interview Question

The question of what your greatest strength is in the workplace always comes up, no matter what position!  Answering your strength is actually easier than you think if you know what to look for! Watch for Different Versions of The Strength Question This question also hides under the disguise of: What do you do best?… Read more »

5 Steps for a Career Change Resume (with an Example)

Looking for a career change? Switching jobs, particularly changing from one industry to another, can feel like a daunting task. If you’re one of the many people whose job was furloughed or the company went under during the pandemic, you’re not alone. Starting over can feel scary, but we’ve got the inside scoop straight from… Read more »

Transferable Skills- What Are They and Do You Have Them?

Transferable Skills- What You Take With You These are the skills you acquired during your education, internships, or past experiences that you will be able to use in your future work positions. Common examples include communication skills, problem-solving, or self-control. Skills You May Already Have When changing jobs, it can be hard to see what… Read more »

10 Things To Consider When You Want to Change Careers

Do you want to change careers? Dread the thought of another day at your current job? Envying someone else’s line of work? If you just can’t stand the thought of going back there, check out all of our steps to make sure your career change is as seamless as possible.   What do you dislike?… Read more »

Business Casual Dress Code Breakdown

“Business casual” is the newest dress code. It’s the most common company dress code, but it still sounds like a misnomer. How can anything be both “business” AND “casual”? Is this professional or relaxed? A party in the back and business in the front didn’t work as a hairstyle, so why is this even a… Read more »