There is a new trend popping up when it comes to landing your prospective career: Panel interviewing. Instead of one pair of eyes, can you imagine having five pairs staring at you? There is no question - this type of interview can be intimidating and scary.
Lisa Panarello, president and founder… Read More »
Class of 2012: Good news awaits you
By Christina Alexander
Class of 2012 – yes, all 1.7 million of you that are scheduled to graduate this year – there’s hope!
In a recent survey conducted by global outplacement firm, Challenger, Gray & Christmas, the future is looking bright for young adults and their… Read More »
Administrative Professionals Day will mark its 60th anniversary on Wednesday, April 25. Held annually usually during the last full week of April, the observance acknowledges secretaries and administrative assistants/support all over theUnited States.
The day was originally organized in 1952 as “National Secretaries Week” by the National Secretaries Association (now… Read More »
Networking is a huge part of the job search process, yet it is something that some people shy away from. A recent Forbes article, “5 New Ways to Network (That You Won’t Dread)”, reveals how networking can be done in unconventional ways. Networking should not be something that you dread;… Read More »
I don’t know about your office, but it seems like a lot of people are getting sick. I am sure I am not the only person who dreads the inconvenience of getting sick. So for this article, I decided to put my worry to good use and do a little… Read More »