ARTICLES, BLOGS & VIDEOS

The latest news, trends and information to help you with your recruiting efforts.

Posted July 01, 2015 by

6 Interview Questions a Job Candidate Should Ask

Okay, it is almost time for your job interview, and you are prepared for the big day, right?  However, did you remember to create a list of interview questions?  If not, then it is a good idea to do so.  If your interview goes well and there is time, you may be able to ask some questions.  As a job candidate, this is your chance to impress the interviewer and show more interest in a particular job, as well as the company itself.  Here are some questions to consider asking for your interview. (more…)

Posted April 20, 2015 by

The Top 10 Ingredients For Being An “A Player” In Business (And Life)

Letter A for sign with light bulbs

Letter A for sign with light bulbs. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

What is an A player?

An A Player is someone who is amazing at what they do, creates value for others, and always delivers, both in their careers and at home.

The office ninja who never says “ That’s not in my job description.” Is an A player.

The super job candidate who has to sort through dozens of job offers, and nails every interview is an A player.

The Rockstar Entrepreneur who guides his new company through the growing pains is an A player and there are a million more examples.

If we’re being honest with ourselves not only do we respect and admire A players for their success, we’re also a little bit jealous.

We think “ What’s that guy(or girl) got that I don’t?”

In order for you to unlock your potential, and become an A player, you have to know what it is that makes someone an A player. (more…)

Posted March 03, 2015 by

Training Matters in the Corporate World: Improve Your Career by Taking a Course in Training and Assessment

Business training at office

Business training at office. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

In the cutthroat world of modern business, companies of all sizes will do what it takes to stay ahead of their competitors. While hiring decisions, branding, products and marketing all have a major impact on the success of the company, a quality training and assessment structure is essential to improving the overall standing of a corporation.

As a potential candidate for employment, taking a course in training and assessment can greatly improve your chances of getting the job. (more…)

Posted February 20, 2015 by

How The Use Of Social Media Can Reshape The Education Sector?

Social media concept: text Social Media on green chalkboard on grunge wall background, 3d render

Social media concept: text Social Media on green chalkboard on grunge wall background, 3d render. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

In the last few years, internet has drastically revolutionized the education sector. In addition to this, social media has added more interest by changing communication medium and creating more impact on education. Networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are two chief and largely used mediums to explore and market education. Today, students, professors and education experts can connect with each other through social media medium and create awareness. The rising interest and availability among young students is an undeniable fact. (more…)

Posted January 06, 2015 by

Tips for College Students to Write Effective Resumes

Writing a curriculum vitae

Writing a curriculum vitae. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Writing an appealing resume can be a tough ask for college students, who quickly realize that it involves a lot more than what they initially anticipate. If you know how to write your resume effectively, you will be able to tell prospective employers that you possess the right skills for a particular job. There are some important tips that you can follow to ensure that you present your background in an attention grabbing manner to recruiters. (more…)

Posted December 22, 2014 by

5 Reasons Why Graduate School is Worth the Effort

Young graduates standing in front of university building on graduation day

Young graduates standing in front of university building on graduation day. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Earning a degree is almost a necessity in today’s technology-filled world. But, is just earning a bachelor’s degree sufficient? Some say no and feel a master’s degree is necessary while others feel graduate school is a waste of time and money. Here are five reasons why graduate school may just be worth the effort. (more…)

Posted December 08, 2014 by

The Nature of Man and Finding the Key to Success

Ken Sundheim

Ken Sundheim, Chief Executive Officer and Founder at KAS Placement Recruiting

Man has two natures. The first is to advance, while the second is to pull back in fear. Whichever we choose to cultivate determines who we are and ultimately, who we become.

Luckily, with the right kind of training, every individual could be a success. Be mindful that it is not in your best interest to wait and expect others to assist you on the road there.

Rather, achievement and career advancement is the culmination of gaining self­-will, setting firm resolutions and making a commitment to conquer your weakness and bad habits. (more…)

Posted November 24, 2014 by

Facing the employer’s expectations when applying for a job

Boris Dzhingarov 2

Boris Dzhingarov

We live in a world where students don’t have an exact perspective on the working industry and how they are supposed to manage in this new part of their lives that is about to come. Some young adults still think that grades are enough to get a great job and start your professional careers, but the reality is that you need much more to actually get started, from practical experiences to extra-curricular activities and even hobbies. (more…)

Posted November 19, 2014 by

5 Fears in Your Job Search You Can Overcome

Frightened woman - gesturing fear isolated

Frightened woman – gesturing fear isolated. Photo courtesy of Shutterstock.

Do you have any fear(s) when it comes to your job search?  For example, if you are a recent graduate, you might wonder if you will find an entry level job with the degree you just earned.  Or, maybe you have not been working for a while and uncertain about how to get back into the workforce.  No matter what is holding you back from looking for a job, the important thing is to figure out how to conquer it.  The following are five fears you may experience in your job search and how to overcome them. (more…)

Posted October 16, 2014 by

Nervous About Networking? Effective Tips to Come Out of Your Shell

For many of us, going up to a stranger and starting a conversation can be intimidating. We don’t want to say or do anything to embarrass ourselves when meeting someone new. Remember, you only get one chance to make a first impression. So, what can you do if you are nervous about networking? Here are some tips to help you come out of your shell. (more…)