Hiring Manager or Recruiter: Knowing Your Interview Audience

Your resume and cover letter have been perfected and fine-tuned; your choice of apparel is clean, pressed, and ready to go; you have even taken the extra step to research the details of the company. Today you are interviewing for a much anticipated opportunity, and […]

Proactive Ways to Deal With Challenging Colleagues

An important part of life is learning to adapt to some of the more difficult tendencies and idiosyncrasies of others. While in our personal life, we have the freedom to surround ourselves with individuals with whom we find ourselves most compatible; it is the workplace where […]

6 Common Workplace Concerns and Solutions

In the U.S., the average work-week is approximately 40 hours. Most employees take a few holidays every year, but did you know that around 30 percent of our life is spent in the workplace? Given the vast amount of time we spend at our jobs, […]

Finding the Balance in Mandatory Overtime

If you are a non-exempt employee who has worked beyond your decided weekly hours, those added hours are considered overtime; and are to be compensated at a higher rate than your regular hours.

At some point in your career, you will likely find yourself working overtime […]

An Inclusive Look at Human Resource Trends for 2017

When considering the present-day status of most Human Resource departments, it can be lamented that “the more things change, the more they remain the same”.  There are some brand new ideas, and there are some old ideas which have simply evolved.  Here, we take a […]