Are you a good cultural fit for the company you're interviewing with? And is the company a good cultural fit for you? Career and executive coach Nick Parham helps you understand if the job you're considering is right for you.
We have seen many advancements in the professional world, but beauty bias in the workplace does still exist. Hear Nick's advice on "dressing for success" and more.
Listen to Nick Parham's insight on the best practices of politics in the workplace, and how such practices can play into your role as a company leader.
Are time gaps on your resume deterring you from being active on the job search? Don't let them. Learn how to proactively fill your time when in between jobs and what not to say when it comes to explaining your time off in the interview process.
Here's advice on processing the layoff and moving forward. It is important to stay positive, balanced and to have a sense of humor to ready yourself for applying and interviewing for new positions.
Many professionals aged fifty and older fall subject to age discrimination in their careers. When dealing with age discrimination, Parham suggests thinking outside of the box and reconnecting with what you are passionate about.
After a layoff or firing from your job, it is in your best interest to let yourself mourn your loss but also keep in the company of positive people and surroundings. It is also extremely important to take care of yourself emotionally and physically.
When job openings are posted online, companies often face an influx of hundreds to thousands of applications. To help them in the hiring process, companies have started using resume screening software.
Are you excited to go to work in the morning? Once you're at work, are you feeling engaged and motivated? If you answered "no" to any of those questions, you might be complacent with your career.
Should you put links in your resume? To give you a hint, the answer is yes. One tip: make sure that the links are a reflection of what you have done for your career.