The Real Life That Technology Won’t Show You

The Real Life That Technology Won’t Show You

We live in a wonderous world full of knowledge and accessibility. We have information overload. If you need-to-know something, your likely first step is to run a Google search. Seemingly every time my kids ask a question these days, I say, “I don’t know. You tell me....
There is a Better Way to Say What You Want to Say

There is a Better Way to Say What You Want to Say

The funny thing about social media is…it’s all out there. People forget that the information they share extends way beyond their screens. Recently, I’ve noticed an uptick in people talking about job search, specifically, their own job searches on social platforms....
The Dangers of Comfort in Job Search

The Dangers of Comfort in Job Search

Last week, I was running late. I was saving work files, grabbing snacks for the kids, and thinking about what I was cooking for dinner. I could hear the clock ticking in my head. Tick, tock. Tick, tock. I couldn’t find my keys. I don’t have a fancy keypad door lock,...
Same Scenario, Different Status

Same Scenario, Different Status

 By David Rose A candidate misses an interview with a Hiring Manager. She’s still employed. Her current boss announced a last minute visit, unexpectedly, and she had to cancel the interview. She contacted the Hiring Manager 3 hours before the interview, apologized for...
One Candidate Is Not Representative of All Candidates

One Candidate Is Not Representative of All Candidates

By David Rose We took a hit recently. I’m not happy about it. I’ve thought about how we could’ve done things differently. I let it rattle around. I tried not to take it personally since it’s not, it’s business. I was working with a terrific...