Apr 2016

5 Points To Avoid When Writing a Job Posting

If you read my previous blog, 5 Tips for Writing a Job Posting, then you’re well on your way to writing a successful job posting. Before you post that job, though, here are five points to avoid when writing a job posting. 1. Ignoring compensation Salary plays a big role in a candidate’s decision to… Read More


Mar 2016

3 Ways to Gain Stronger Brand Control

In the business world, your brand is everything. Its meaning stretches far beyond showcasing your company name and logo. The brand that you create allows the public to know what you stand for and provide, and in order for it to be effective it almost needs to exude its own personality. After all, the more… Read More


Mar 2016

4 Work Culture Activities To Build Camaraderie

Transitioning from one job to the next is a major life choice. Not only will it impact the direction of your career and financial position, it will also dictate the individuals you are surrounded by for 40 or more hours each week. Just as important as it is to ensure that your ducks are in… Read More


Mar 2016

Seven Habits That Are Hurting Your Credibility

Some things that seem like no big deal might actually be hurting your professional relationships. I crowd sourced a few office mates to learn what makes them immediately question another person’s credibility. Here are some common offenses in no particular order: 1. An addiction to electronics: Though I maintain that this list is in no particular… Read More


Mar 2016

The Importance of a Business Plan

Who do you want to be when you grow up? What are you going to do after you graduate from school? We’re all very familiar with these questions. It seems that throughout life, people want to know your plan. Whether you are a business owner or employee, you should be asking these same types of… Read More