Just Because You Love Your Job Doesn’t Mean You Can Neglect Your Network


Like working out and flossing we all know we should be networking more, but it’s just so easy to put it off. However, networking doesn’t have to mean boring mixers or forced interactions. It can be a very rewarding experience and can be quick and easy to get into the habit of with these simple activities you can do today. Commit to making networking a habit so your network will be ready when you need it. Here are three things that you can start to do now and can build into a long-term routine that you’ll be happy to follow: Continue reading “Just Because You Love Your Job Doesn’t Mean You Can Neglect Your Network”

Why You Need a Career Consultant – even if you love your job


Partnering with an employment service like AppleOne gets you access to a free career consultant. This personal consultant can help you achieve your work goals – even if one of those goals isn’t finding a new job. Here are three reasons why getting some personal coaching from employment expert can help you even if you love your current job. Continue reading “Why You Need a Career Consultant – even if you love your job”

Common Things That May Be Hindering Your Job Search



If you find that you aren’t getting the responses you were hoping for from your active job search, it may be time to step back and reevaluate your process. While it can be stressful to see that all of your hard work isn’t ending in interviews and call backs, there are some common mistakes that you can fix that will get you a better response. Here are three things you may be doing that are hindering your job search: Continue reading “Common Things That May Be Hindering Your Job Search”

Ace Your Annual Review!

For many employees, the end of the year means that annual reviews are just around the corner. While annual reviews are a part of corporate life, they should not be taken for granted as they can serve as a way for you to reflect on where you are and where you want to be. Below are some steps you can take to ensure you are prepared for and get the most out of your review:

Look Back At the Year and Review Your Achievements

Be honest about yourself when you are getting ready for your review. Think about where you have thrived during the year and where you may need some work. What were your top achievements? Could you have done anything different to improve your standing in the company? Think about where you could improve yourself in the next year, along with where you think you are doing things correctly.  Don’t be negative about yourself, just be realistic.

Look At the Guidance Your Manager Gave You Last Year and See If You Followed It

One of the best things about annual reviews is that your manager will give you advice on where you can improve during the next year. Before you get advice for the new year, look back on coaching from last year and ask yourself whether you have succeeded in following it.

Treat It Like A Yearly Job Interview

Are you planning to move up in your company? Do you want to make the impression that you are ready for a new challenge? Treat your annual review like it is a yearly job interview. Remember to prepare and practice answers ahead of time, and just generally make the review a constructive experience. You will find that things will go smoother when you plan ahead.

Consider Whether It Is Time to Move On

Your yearly review is a great time for you to consider where you are and whether it is where you want to be. If you feel stuck in the position you are in, or you are unfulfilled with the company, you may want to consider trying something new. There is no time like today to change things up if you are looking for a new challenge.

Today’s Featured Career Post is from wonderful West Palm Beach, Florida!


Do you enjoy working on a team of top Accounting professionals that are all a part of making the company successful? We are currently recruiting for a leading South Florida builder that offers career growth and a work culture that is bar none.  Relocation assistance will be considered for the right candidate who will help build their dream team. Continue reading “Today’s Featured Career Post is from wonderful West Palm Beach, Florida!”

Interviewing Etiquette and Best Interview Practices

Ok, you landed the interview – but where do you go from here?  How do you make sure you rock the interview and land the job?

Check out this infographic is brought to you by the Rasmussen College – Career Services team.  The infographic covers what to do before, during and after an interview and includes some great best practices.

Pre-interview checklist:

  • Do your research
  • Organize your resume and other materials to take to interview
  • Turn off your cell phone
  • Give yourself plenty of time


Interview checklist:

  1. Give a firm handshake
  2. Don’t dominate the conversation
  3. Pay attention to your posture
  4. Smile
  5. Be polite
  6. Wait until the end of the interview to discuss money
  7. Do not chew gum or eat candy
  8. Use the interviewers name


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