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Keeping Staff Parties Sensible: Tips and Tricks

Staff parties can be an HR nightmare. Think about it, you’re often supplying alcohol, providing low lighting, and turning up dance music to bring together a group of employees who spend day after day conforming to an office environment. Although many employees will be able to drink sensibly and refrain from telling off colour jokes,Read more 

Internships: Worth It? Or Waste of Time?

The Catch 22 of snagging your dream job is as follows: you need experience to get hired, but you need to get hired in order to get experience. As many of you know, it is fairly difficult to launch your career when your previous work experience is entirely made-up of a few babysitting gigs, oneRead more 

Bridges Unburned: Leaving Your Current Job

Striking out on a job-hunt, taking advantage of a long-awaited employment opportunity, or heading out on your own as a freelancer is an exciting period of time for anyone feeling trapped by an imperfect job. However, as the world becomes increasingly connected, it is more important than ever to maintain a positive relationship with yourRead more 

First Impressions: Does a handshake matter?

We’ve all hear the old adage that there is nothing as important as a first impression. Whether you’re on a date, meeting your new employer, or greeting a neighbor, the first impression is generally the one that lasts the longest. In the corporate world, the first impression – more often than not – begins withRead more 

Three Inspirational Quotes For Job Seekers

The job hunt is often a long and arduous process. Taking anywhere from a few weeks to a few months, a lifestyle composed of sitting at home all day watching your savings account dwindle and e-mailing out resume after resume certainly takes its toll. With this in mind, we decided to scour the internet toRead more 

Short and Sweet: Avoiding the Interview Overshare

The job interview is oftentimes the last barrier to entry that prospective employees face when attempting to land a new job. From the employer’s perspective, the job interview is meant to accomplish three major things. First, the employer is interested in making sure that you have the requisite skills to actually perform the tasks you’reRead more 

How to negotiate a higher salary

Confidence, preparation, and playing it cool are the keys to getting what you want I was interviewing for my second job after university, I really wanted (and needed) the position, and after a couple of preliminary sessions with HR, I had a ‘final’ interview with the president of the company, a self-made, wealthy man whoRead more 

Wait a sec – what did that interview question REALLY mean?

Remember, being good at taking tests is only an indicator of how good you are at taking tests. In many ways, the same is true about interviewing:  Doing well (or poorly) in interviews is not always a good predictor of how well you’ll perform in a particular job in the long term.  That doesn’t meanRead more 

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