By Elaine Bellio, Toronto Sales & Marketing Recruiter With Labour Day upon us, it’s time for the business world to break out of their summer malaise. The summer is filled with vacation, summer Fridays, and…
For many people, especially those who are out of work and searching for a job, it’s important to maintain a positive attitude and outlook to get some (Irish) luck on your side – and secure a job interview, call back, or even get a job offer.
Fall is a great time for marketing professionals to be on the job hunt. With the summer in the rear view and the holiday season still a few months away, companies are focused on business – and for many, this means hiring and adding to their marketing team. This means that early fall is a great time to send out resumes and get well placed to be noticed.
Social media plays a profound role in today’s marketplace. It has its advantages and its disadvantages for job seekers. While it’s a great resource for job postings, networking, and to identify career opportunities, it could also be the reason why you are disqualified as a candidate
Whether you see it coming or not, it can feel like a punch in the gut. How you react to a job loss is the key to getting your career back on track.
Where is recruiting and job searching heading in 2016? It’s a question that companies and candidates are starting to think about as the year comes to a close. Staying on top of the latest job search trends can help companies find an ideal candidate and help job seekers get an edge in a crowded candidate pool.
Last month IQ PARTNERS PR & Marketing Recruiter, Carly-Anne Fairlie, wrote a guest post for This Beautiful Day lifestyle blog on 10 Tips for Landing Your Dream Job. In it she provides job seekers with advice on how to craft the perfect resume, job search tips, and how to wow in an interview.