Five Tips to Interviewing Remotely 

In today’s day and age, it is common for a hiring team to conduct your first interview virtually. While the expectation remains the same as if you were going on-site, here are five tips to help you prepare for a successful remote interview:   Research the company: As with any job interview, it is important to do your homework and research … Read More

Resume Do’s and Don’ts: Tips and Tricks to Take You to the Top

From our Talent Acquisition team, here are helpful do’s and don’ts to consider when fine-tuning your resume:   DO’s:  Keep it uniform: To ensure your resume is clear and concise, it should be one or two pages long, depending on the longevity of your career. Stylistically, sticking to one font throughout the entire page makes it easy to read. To help … Read More

How to Find a Company Culture that is Right for You 

Finding a company culture that is right for you is an important part of the job search process. A strong company culture can help you feel more engaged, productive, and fulfilled in your work, as well as keep your personal development in mind. Here are a few tips to help you analyze if a company culture resonates with you:  Research … Read More

Do You Still Need Cover Letter?

A cover letter is a document that is submitted as a preface to your resume to provide additional information about your skills, experience, and qualifications. While cover letters are not always required, they can be a valuable tool for making your application stand out, explaining any transitions or gaps on your resume, and demonstrating you are good a fit for … Read More

3 Ways to Make Your Resume Stand Out 

Hiring teams can look at hundreds of resumes a day, and glance at each one for 6-7 seconds. How can you take your resume to the next level, and gain the attention of these teams? Here are three simple ways to get you to an interview: Use a visually appealing layout A visually appealing layout can make your resume stand … Read More