Category

Opinion
There are many reasons for you to move on to new opportunities and quit your current job. For example, it may not be challenging enough, the culture may not be a good fit, the commute is long, the pay is low, and maybe you just need a more exciting opportunity. Although quitting is in your...
Read More
Perseverance is a virtue that does not come naturally to everyone. It needs to be continually cultivated and nourished in order to fully develop. In my career, I have had the exciting opportunity to meet a diverse range of people. An intriguing difference between these individuals is their ability to succeed or not succeed. Upon reflection,...
Read More
“You’re hired.” The two little words that can change our lives forever. Before the job interview, visualize the hiring manager making the decision to hire you and the call you’re going to get from us confirming that you got your dream position. The calls you’re going to be making to your loved ones telling them...
Read More
During any hiring process, a hiring manager or recruiter can review anywhere from 1 to 200 resumes per day. That’s incredibly intimidating for any hopeful applicant. People tend to think that the first impression you make with a company is when you meet a company representative in person. Everyone initially thinks that first impressions are...
Read More
What comes to mind when you hear the word Recruiter? A headhunter? Someone who fills jobs? Someone who sources candidates? Someone who religiously posts on LinkedIn? The recruitment industry has changed over the years. You have your big-name enterprises and your smaller boutique or specialty agencies, like Marketers on Demand. One thing remains consistent among...
Read More
You’ve likely said or heard the above phrase before in some context at some point in time.  That being said, it is not a cliché.  It is not a platitude.  Image is Everything earns exclusion from those ever growing laundry lists due to the fact that it is just that:  A fact. People who represent...
Read More
It has been 60 days since the New Year, and what have you accomplished? Probably not a question you thought you would be asking yourself today, but shouldn’t you? As we begin to quickly approach the end of the first quarter, it is important to reflect on what we have managed to scratch off the...
Read More
Great question – do you? A career portfolio is as simple as that, a collection of your career successes. While a career portfolio isn’t necessary for every position, it’s still the go-to for plenty of corporate positions. I say to keep it simple and to the point! 1) Create a cover letter – a simple...
Read More
Common sense plays a role here, however many people miss this vital step before a job interview. Here is a quick refresher: BE PREPARED! How? 1) Research the company and the people you are interviewing with. 2) Go through your resume; make sure you’re able to speak about your past experiences or accomplishments. 3) Know...
Read More
Congratulations! Take advantage of this opportunity to become a super sleuth. Research, Dig and Decide! Treat your decision with a high sense of urgency so you don’t compromise or lose either of your offers. If you haven’t done so already, research the company, the role and the hiring managers. Ensure that you are comfortable not...
Read More
1 2

For IT, Sales and Finance meet Executive Talent on Demand