Is that Candidate Overqualified, or Simply Overstating their Qualifications?

Have you ever met a candidate who seemed too good to be true? Someone whose resume was flawless and checked every box you were looking for? In fact, you may have thought this applicant might be overqualified for this position. You wonder if you should even be considering them with all of their credentials. Here… Read more »

You’re Invested in your Company, are they Invested in you?

You’ve done your homework and made sure that your resume and cover letter were tailored for their organization. You’ve done all your research and can talk intelligently about this company at your first, second, and third interviews. You know exactly how your experience and skills could translate to a new position in a new place.… Read more »

Improve This 1 IT Skill to Get that Promotion

Working in IT requires a number of skills to be successful – a sound understanding of technology, such as programming skills, familiarity with several OS systems, and a handle on cybersecurity trends, as well an ability to problem solve, communicate clearly, and work with people (whether it’s software vendors or people who submit help desk… Read more »

The Key to More Clientele: Better Digital Experiences

There are two groups of people that are key to the success of every organization – your customers and your employees. While your employees are the foundation your business is built on, your customers are your lifeblood and, ultimately, the purpose for your organization. So, how do you better connect with customers? Research shows that… Read more »

IT Workers: Future Proof Your Career with These 3 Skills

Working in IT requires a tenacity and adaptability that other careers don’t necessarily require. Technology changes quickly, and IT employees must be able to keep up. When it comes to career advancement, being competent isn’t a smart strategy – it’s important to be forward thinking and understand how tech trends could impact businesses. Constantly staying… Read more »