Follow these tips to explain away gaps in your work history and resume.
The ultimate guide to contractors, temporary labor, and staffing companies
We hear a lot of confusion about the legal status and employment options for temporary workers, contractors, freelancers, and reporting requirements for each. They may all sound similar, but they have legal definitions with big ramifications for your business.
UCONN Women’s basketball coach explains why you’re not landing better jobs
You’re fooling no one when you’re slacking, having a bad attitude, or holding back. It’s built into your body language. Everyone can sense it. It’s hard to be “on” every day, but if every day is an “off” day, something has to change.
What’s the point of a 3-hour shift at $9/hour?
You’re right if you think those jobs are low-paying and low-hours because they are.
Veteran football coach shows how to win at your job interview
Michigan State needed a new head football coach. It was 1994, and their search committee was about to interview Nick Saban, then a defensive coordinator under Bill Belichick. When they began the interview, Saban placed a thick yellow legal pad down on the table.
35 bad words on your resume, and 39 you should use instead
If you’re a motivated, passionate, results-driven person, banish those three words and these other words and phrases, too:
How to respond to “Do you have any questions for us?” in a job interview
The best questions to ask are in response to things the interviewers have said.
Where is my W2?
On Demand Staffing offices across the U.S. mailed all legally-required W2’s the week of January 22.
The ultimate list of simple, free resume templates for your next job application
There’s no shortage of resume templates on the web. We’ve compiled ones that make our hiring staff take notice. These also fit with the perfect resume layout formula.
Yes, this is the formula to a perfect resume
Your resume exists to get an interview. It is there to jump over the hurdles of reviewers. Here’s the exact formula they’re looking for, down to the bullet point.