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Life and Work Getting You Down? Call a Career Coach

“You can’t reach the top of your game all by yourself. Just as sporting champions benefit from the wisdom and guidance of their coaches, so can you in your working career.” ~ Robert Half Career Coaching Guide Once upon a time coaching was exclusive … [Continue reading]

Want to Find the Best Places to Work in Canada?

One of the critical elements of an effective job search is to conduct research. Every job seeker has repeatedly heard such advice. However, many have limited their job search to job boards and company websites. Those resources are quite useful, but … [Continue reading]

The Truth About Colour in Your Resume

Whether you are an executive, a manager or mid-career professional, in a tight job market you know you are competing against equally qualified candidates for the same position. What can you do with your resume (and your other career marketing … [Continue reading]

How to Win the Interview Game

Interviews are terrifying. Job candidates are known to sweat profusely, become tongue-tied, give wrong answer and blow the entire interview. Some have even tried reading the interviewer’s mind to come up with what they think the interviewer wants to … [Continue reading]

7 Better Things to Do on the Drive to Your Interview Than Stress

Career Musings Blog_Daisy Wright

[Article contributed by Millenial Career Expert Sarah Landrum] Your big interview is close; anxiety is setting in, and you know that by the time you are ready to make the commute to the interview, you’ll be one giant ball of stress. To make … [Continue reading]

What You Need to Know About Job References – Part III

This is the final of the three-part series on Job References. The first part of this article looks at how to handle negative references, and the latter part contains a list of 18 questions that job references could be asked by potential … [Continue reading]

Do You Know What Employers Think of Your References? (Part II)

As mentioned in Part I of this series, reference checking forms a crucial part of the hiring process. If you are a candidate who is being seriously considered for a position, your potential employer is going to need performance verification from … [Continue reading]

What You Need to Know About Job References – Part I

Most job seekers spend a lot of time on their resumes. A smaller number spend some time preparing for interviews, but not very many give the job reference process the priority it deserves. In fact, many treat it as the easiest part of the job search. … [Continue reading]

25 Random Quotes from Women That Will Inspire You

Happy International Women's Day to all the women in my circle. You are awesome. Keep doing your good works. It's not how much you do, it's the impact you are making. PS: I thank my daughter for putting these quotes to create this infographic. She, … [Continue reading]

Caught in a Salary Negotiation Trap? NEVER, EVER Do This…

When it comes to salary negotiations, experts will tell you to postpone such discussions until you have been offered the job. That does not mean you should wait until that time to craft your negotiation story. Imagine this: You have moved to a … [Continue reading]