The Right Way to Identify Yourself as a Diversity Hire

As the workplace becomes more global, many companies are recognizing the importance of hiring more diverse candidates. An American Express Open Forum article noted that in a 2012 study, sixty-three percent of senior executives believed that having diversity and inclusion Continue reading The Right Way to Identify Yourself as a Diversity Hire

Can You Use a Tablet in a Job Interview?

When it comes to job searching and interviewing, there are a lot of rules; from your cover letter and resume to accepting an interview and negotiating a salary. Depending on the company you’re interviewing with, it can be hard to Continue reading Can You Use a Tablet in a Job Interview?

5 Reasons You Aren’t Getting Hired

According to our latest Diversity Jobs Report, over 10 million Americans are currently seeking full-time employment. Combined with factors not within your control — like timing,  management and organizational changes—this statistic means the landscape for securing a good paying job is Continue reading 5 Reasons You Aren’t Getting Hired

Conducting a Winning Interview Checklist Part 4: Establishing Rapport with the Interviewer

By: Murray A. Mann and Rose Mary Bombela-Tobias We would like to cover the steps to making that critical first impression that can set the tone for your entire interview. Making a Good First Impression When greeting the interviewer, smile immediately: Continue reading Conducting a Winning Interview Checklist Part 4: Establishing Rapport with the Interviewer