The consensus is that the Great Resignation is not over. Whether it is “quiet quitting” or simply employees seeking a higher salary, employee turnover is still an issue. This places a burden on HR to replace workers within shortened timelines. Furthermore, this affects the bottom line, as SHRM reported that on average it costs a … Continue reading The Great Resignation Continues, and What HR Can Do About It
What Dogs Teach Us About Hiring
Robert Kiyosaki, the creator of the Rich Dad poor dad series hysterically used Canines to describe sales personalities in one of his books. Following his lead, I use them to describe hiring candidates.
SMB Guide to Success in the LGBTQ Market
If you own or manage a small or medium-sized business (SMB), this article is for you. With less resources to play around with, SMBs must pull on all available resources to effectively work with and market to a wide customer base focused on interests, not social demographics.
That’s why SMBs must begin building strategies to effectively market to and work in an LGBTQ-affirming world.
The LGBTQ market is one of the fastest-growing sectors out there, and it’s becoming an increasingly valuable customer base across all industries. In fact, according to GayStar News, a conservative estimate on the size of the global LGBTQ market is $3.7 trillion – that’s a huge market that could be left out of your customer base unless you take the right steps. This community is also particularly sensitive to social issues.
Prioritizing Meaning in Your Work Life
Ask any leader about what makes their employees happy……
How to work with a recruiter
As a recruiting professional with over a dozen years experience, I’ve also had the opportunity to be on the other side of the fence. I can say with great certainty that trust is very important, and it’s a two way street. A huge value of working with a recruiter is that they provide guidance by … Continue reading How to work with a recruiter
How social media can help (or hurt) you in your job search
Social media is a key player in the job search process today. Sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Google+ allow employers to get a glimpse of who you are outside the confines of a résumé, cover letter, or interview—while they offer job seekers the opportunity to learn about companies they’re interested in; connect with current … Continue reading How social media can help (or hurt) you in your job search
Do THIS before you accept that next job offer
In A Christmas Carol, Ebeneezer Scrooge is visited by three spirits who share events from the past, present and near future. Wouldn’t it be nice if you had such insights before accepting your next job offer? Well, in a sense you do, because you have a resume. You can reflect on your professional past and … Continue reading Do THIS before you accept that next job offer
99 interview tips that will actually get you a job
We all have to make a living somehow — and most of the time that process starts with a job interview. The only problem is that most job interview tips are either so basic that they aren’t useful or so ridiculous that they are just a waste of time. That’s why Passive Panda has put … Continue reading 99 interview tips that will actually get you a job
Job search: 4 words to avoid when you are unemployed
Being without a job is tough. When you are out of work for an extended period of time, crisis of confidence sets in. And once it takes hold, it can be hard to shake. The problem is that confidence is the No. 1 thing we need to land a job. Without it, we come across … Continue reading Job search: 4 words to avoid when you are unemployed
Resume writing advice
Resume Writing Tips A well-written resume is an invaluable tool that job seekers can use to attract the attention of potential employers. More than a formal interview or networking session, a resume offers employers the opportunity to quickly analyze the merits of a potential employee. Employers and personnel managers are very busy and tend to … Continue reading Resume writing advice