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1. Frustrated by the Job Search?
May 04, 2016

In this day and age, it is easy to imagine that you are invisible as you shoot off your resume into the unknown. However, your resume is part of your brand and you need to be careful of how you are branding yourself before you potentially hurt your career. I have compiled a list of top ways to appropriately sell your brand. To begin, the first introduction that future employers have of you is your resume. Be consistent – if your resume falls into the same hands more than once, your resume will stand out as the hiring manager has viewed your resume before. Hiring managers go through hu... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

2. 5 Steps to Gracefully Declining a Job Offer
May 04, 2016

After sending out what feels like hundreds of well written cover letters and resumes and going through multiple interviews, you receive a job offer. That is good news isn’t it? But what if you receive a job offer that doesn’t align with your career goals? How do you handle receiving multiple job offers and therefore having to decline one or more of them? Or perhaps you are still in the interview stage for a more appealing opportunity when you receive an offer and decide to wait for something better. So how do you gracefully decline a job offer? 1) First of all, do not p... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

3. Why Should You Consider A Job You are Overqualified For?
May 04, 2016

Suppose you hear about a job that you are overqualified for and you are considering whether to reach out to the hiring manager. The job market is not improving quickly enough and you have been out of work long enough, with the stress of your obligations weighing on your shoulders. After you have reviewed the job description, you know with your skills that you can easily fill the hiring manager’s needs. So why not apply? Here are some things to consider when you are weighing the pro’s and con’s relative to actually applying: 1. Will you be able to lower your expectations of wher... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

4. How To Ask Why You Didn't Get The Job!
March 31, 2016

Someone else was chosen for the job you felt you were perfect for. WHY??? Never make rash decisions and take the action of contacting the “offending” company without first taking the time to process the rejection yourself. Think about your interview performance carefully for a couple of days while considering the following: Resume: Was it tailored for this particular job or was it generic? Did it highlight qualifications the job description specifically mentioned? Attitude: Did you go into the interview with an eager, enthusiastic and appropriate attitude? Body language and... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

5. How To Write an Attractive Job Description
March 31, 2016

One of your employees is moving out of the state, and you are faced with the daunting task of replacing him. You shudder at the idea of having to find a candidate who is as qualified and professional as the employee you’re losing. Where do you start? The first step in finding quality candidates is writing an attractive job description; job descriptions are critical in creating a quality candidate pool because you (and your company) never get a second chance to make a first impression. Here are a few key clinical trial staffing tips that transform a generic and boring job description into an op... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

6. The Pros and Cons of Being an Independent Consultant
March 31, 2016

Choosing between independent consulting and being a company's employee is an important decision. Each choice has its pros and cons, and being fully informed of the benefits and drawbacks will help you decide what is best for you. We have put together a quick Pro/Con list based off of our discussions with candidates and our niche in clinical trial staffing. This list is not intended to be all inclusive, but hopefully will make sure you have more information to help you make your decision. Pros of being an independent consultant: You have more flexibility with your schedule. If yo... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

7. How do Entry Level Candidates Compete in the Interview?
January 29, 2016

Being a job seeker in this economy can be stressful; however being new to the job force brings even more stress! Every professional has been in your shoes and anyone who has looked for a job has gone through a bad interview or two. Remember, interviews are all about first impressions: how you act, look, what you say and what you don’t say are scrutinized and evaluated; therefore, it is important to know that it is not the hiring manager who determines if you get that awesome entry-level job. It is you! If you feel competing with seasoned professionals is a daunting task, you wil... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

8. 5 Ways to Kill Employee Morale
January 29, 2016

Making sure the company is running efficiently and effectively is more complicated than hiring qualified people and telling them what to do. Having an incredible staff to support and carry out your business’ goals will only get you so far; the key is fostering a community within the workplace in which your workers not only feel comfortable to work and produce quality results, but empowered to take ownership and make decisions which will have a positive impact to the company. Here are some common mistakes managers make which have a profoundly negative effect on their workers' attitudes: ... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

9. How to Prepare for a Video Conference Interview
January 29, 2016

With companies being more cost conscious and our culture’s growing reliance and utilization of technology, it is no surprise that more and more companies are requesting Video Conference Interviews with candidates. Video conference interviews are a great way for Hiring Managers to “size up” a potential employee by allowing the Hiring Manager to evaluate the candidate’s communication and presentation skills. So the question to answer: Are you prepared for a Video Conference Interview? How is it the same or different from Phone or Face-to-Face interviews? Here are a few important clinical ... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

10. 6 Steps to Effectively Transition into a New Job
January 29, 2016

Wouldn’t you agree that transitioning into a new job can be a lot to manage? Your first 90 days is critically important and is all about fitting into the company culture, learning new processes and procedures, and being able to adjust to your new workload. Making a great impression quickly is imperative! 1) Be Nice to People: Whether it is someone from the cleaning crew or a posh executive, everyone who shows up to your organization works together to make everything efficient. Building strong rapport with your team members will help you transition into your new role more smoothly. R... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

11. 5 Successful Career Growth Strategies
January 29, 2016

Over the years I have learned a lot about achieving my own career goals. I have been extremely fortunate to work for and develop my own growth within some of the largest, most well-known and well reputed companies in the world (such as IBM) – as well as small startups and “mom and pop” shops. Throughout my tenure as a professional, I have been asked to coach and mentor many individuals as they progress throughout their career. Today I would like to introduce 5 strategies that I believe will effectively guide you in growing your own career to the next level. After all, wouldn’t it ... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

12. Tips To Pre-Qualify Applicants Before The Interview
January 12, 2016

In this day and age, every minute is valuable and in the role of a hiring manager, there is never enough time in the day. When an applicant applies to an opportunity, the hiring manager has many other applicants to review; how is one going to find the time to review each applicant’s information? Here are some suggestions before scheduling interviews that will help you in finding a great fit to your team. 1. Review the grammar via the communication method they reached out. When an applicant applies via an online portal or email, reviewing the grammar is the first step. If you have an ind... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

13. 5 Most Common Phone Interview Mistakes
January 12, 2016

Preparing for an upcoming phone interview is just as important as preparing for an in-person interview. Of course it is important to have thoughtful answers to questions you may be asked, speak clearly, and be personable (see more clinical trial staffing tips in our article How to Conduct Powerful Phone Interviews). However, it is equally important to know what you shouldn’t do during an interview. After all, you have spent your adult life building your resume and hours making sure that it is written perfectly – why jeopardize your chances because of making simple, avoidable mistakes during ... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

14. Did You Research The Company Before Your Scheduled Interview?
December 17, 2015

Maybe our clinical trial staffing firm is a bit unique, or possibly I just have high expectations, but I expect every candidate who interviews for a position with our company to have at least reviewed the company’s website and have some type of understanding of what we do. Our website gives the candidate the opportunity to learn our company’s history, achievements, what we are currently working on, and the culture of our company. In addition, when I put a candidate in front of one of my clients, I expect that candidate to know what that client’s organization does as well. More importantly,... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

15. How To Get The Job Of Your Dreams In 4 Weekends
December 17, 2015

Weekends are for relaxing but also for setting your career goals. Wouldn’t you like to start a new career path, one that is financially and emotionally rewarding, and do so in only 4 weekends? While your To Do list may be a mile long, this exercise will not take long and has the potential to enhance and improve your career. Just follow these steps and only invest about an hour or less per weekend. See my tips below. 1. Weekend One. This weekend will ease you into getting motivated to make a career change. The only thing you have to do is daydream. That’s right, let your mind w... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

16. Why Having a Public LinkedIn Profile is So Important
December 17, 2015

Whether you’re considering new employment opportunities or not, LinkedIn is a fantastic tool to build your professional profile. Beyond the amazing job search benefits it provides, it can also put you in touch with professional colleagues that may contribute to your future success in the industry, and may attract future clients to you and your company. Looking for a new job? Many employers and recruiters in your field may be using LinkedIn as one of their main sources of finding good candidates for the position. Having your profile listed as public allows them to find you. Not actively... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

17. Qualities Hiring Managers Want Most
December 17, 2015

Perhaps the most intimidating thing about searching for a new job is understanding what qualities hiring managers are looking for in potential employees. Fortunately, there are certain candidate qualities all hiring managers look for, regardless of the industry. Someone who is hands on. When interviewing, you can demonstrate this quality by walking your interviewer through a project you’ve worked on while highlighting your individual contributions and accomplishments. Make sure you are emphasizing what tasks you have done (using the pronoun “I”) rather than just what the overall team ac... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

18. Why Your Attrition Rate is So High
December 17, 2015

A great many managers find that they have to struggle to control their attrition rates. It seems that no matter what they do or who they hire, they have a hard time getting employees to stick around. Some chalk it up to the industry, while others to the individual who left, and in some cases these may very well be valid. But more often than not, attrition rates increase due to either direct or indirect actions. Here are several reasons why hiring managers battle to keep their attrition rates down. § You settled during recruitment. You were in such a rush to get someone hired and train... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

19. Is Hiring Seniority Worth the Money?
February 12, 2015

When I was growing up, I had this vision of corporate America being a conveyor belt of some kind. You graduate from college and hop on the belt, which symbolizes your career. I thought if you stayed on the belt, you would eventually progress forward, meaning you work your way up through the ranks by working diligently and getting promoted for your efforts. From my experience, I see this “seniority system” used in many companies today. As with any system, there are both benefits and drawbacks to the “seniority system,” and taking the time to evaluate them thoroughly will help you make the bes... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

20. How Social Media is Making Your Life Easier
February 12, 2015

We’ve been hearing them say it for a few years now – “social media is changing the game.” And not just for MTV and Justin Bieber and that teenager who lives next door and listens to loud music all night long. Believe it or not, social media is changing the hiring game and making your life a lot easier. Perhaps most importantly, social media is saving you time and money. Finding and recruiting candidates can be as easy as entering their name into a search engine. Linkedin is a great way to search for candidates and investigate their qualifications; you can search by job title, location, name,... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

21. How to Choose Between Two Offers
February 12, 2015

If you’ve ever been fortunate enough to be in the situation where two companies have both presented you with job offers, then you know that choosing between them can be difficult. Most candidates would make the decision based solely on the compensation; however there are many other things to consider before accepting one of the offers. Choosing a company based solely on the monetary aspects of the offer will likely leave you regretting your decision later. We recommend you make a Pro/Con list so your decision can be well examined. Here are some things to consider: Environment of the office:... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

22. Why LinkedIn Is So Critical
December 18, 2014

In the early 2000s, it was MySpace. Since the mid 2000s, it’s been Facebook. And now there is a new social media trend sweeping the nation, but unlike the others, this one does not specifically target Generation Ys and Millenials. Linkedin, the professional networking site, has been expanding rapidly and gaining visibility for the past few years (it currently beats CareerBuilder and Monster with over 33 million visits a month), and analysts say that this global trend is here to stay. In fact, some argue that Linkedin has officially replaced the Rolodex. Linkedin is similar to other popular s... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

23. How to Beat the Resume Keyword Scanning Systems
December 18, 2014

With the decline of the economy and growing job stability concerns in this country, businesses and corporations are receiving more job applications than ever before. The problem is that these companies have felt the effects of the economic downturn as well and are unable or unwilling to staff the personnel needed to read through thousands of submitted resumes. Fortunately for them, technology has come to their rescue in the form of Applicant Tracking Systems, which scan resumes for a set of certain keywords that hiring managers deem relevant to the job opening. This can create a problem for ap... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

24. The Wrong Way to Fire Someone
December 18, 2014

Telling someone that they no longer have a source of income is probably one of the hardest parts of your job. But as a hiring manager, you know that sometimes the cost of keeping someone is greater than the benefits they provide to the team. Firing someone the wrong way is going to cost both you and the company a mountain of time and effort; many hiring managers find themselves falling into these firing traps: § The termination is a surprise. Firing someone should be a formal, deliberate process. Verbal and written warnings should be administered, progress checks should be implemented, and ... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

25. 5 Most Common Phone Interview Mistakes
December 18, 2014

Preparing for an upcoming phone interview is just as important as preparing for an in-person interview. Of course it is important to have thoughtful answers to questions you may be asked, speak clearly, and be personable (see more clinical trial staffing tips in our article How to Conduct Powerful Phone Interviews). However, it is equally important to know what you shouldn’t do during an interview. After all, you have spent your adult life building your resume and hours making sure that it is written perfectly – why jeopardize your chances because of making simple, avoidable mistakes during ... (read more)

Author: Angela Roberts

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