The Best Ways to Reach Out to a Recruiter on LinkedIn
Anyone looking for a job has probably already heard that LinkedIn is the place to be. Recruiters, hiring managers, CEOs, and everyone in between can be found there. Making connections there and networking could possibly lead to your next job or even career move. Talking to someone you’ve never met
Is Your Hiring Process Too Slow? How to Be Thorough Yet Efficient
A slow hiring process can hinder your organization’s progress. In fact, when you take your time hiring, you may be missing out on quality candidates that could help your organization reach its goals. That being said, there is plenty you can do to make your processes more efficient. Focus on
Follow These Guidelines When an Employee Wants to Negotiate Salary
When an employee comes forward wanting to negotiate their salary, you need to approach the situation correctly. This individual is coming to you because they believe their work is worth more than they are getting paid. You don’t want to cast a shadow on their value to your company, but
Open Position? Why You Should Consider Current Employees First!
Internal recruiting and hiring have been gaining momentum over the last year or so. Many hiring managers and recruiters are facing a huge talent shortage. Companies are struggling to find the candidates they need to fill open positions. For that reason, the best place to look for new hires is
How Contract Positions Can Be Great Resume Builders and Get You The Experience You Need
Contract positions can provide you with a variety of different experiences to add to your CV. More than that, contract jobs can help you build upon your resume, hone in on skills, and discover a career you really enjoy. Here’s how contract positions can boost your resume and help you
5 Signs You Are Underemployed and How A.C. Coy Can Help You Overcome It
There are a few different levels of employment. Employed and unemployed are the two most commonly referred to. You can also be underemployed. This can be a little harder to identify, but you can overcome it. Because it isn’t talked about much, many people don’t know what being underemployed means.