These are the Most-Used Interview Questions You Can Prepare For in Advance

Every interview requires some basic steps you’ll need to complete before you sit down with a hiring manager. You will cultivate your professional appearance with the right business attire. You’ll research the company to learn more about operations and company culture to see if you’ll be a good fit. And of course, you’ll prepare your… Read More »

How to Stand Out Against Other Job Seekers

Between cover letters and resumes, there’s not a ton of space for originality. If you’re an individual that succeeds when you can express your creativity, the job search process may seem stifling. However, when you’re trying to find that perfect fit, it’s essential to give yourself as many opportunities as possible. To land the right… Read More »

Why Your Millennial Employees Keep Leaving

The research on millennials will tell you why it’s an asset to have this generation represented in your workforce. Millennials tend to feature similar traits — motivated, tech-savvy, focused on diversity and a positive company culture. You may be boosting benefits and adding workplace perks to retain employees. So why are your millennials leaving? The… Read More »

Handling the Post-Interview "We'll Get Back to You" Response

Your resume gets selected, you nail the in-person interview, and you’re feeling extremely confident. You’ve done everything right, the pieces seem to be falling into place, and then you hear the dreaded statement – “We’ll get back to you.” You may be thinking, “Where did I go wrong?” It’s important to stay calm and remember… Read More »

4 Steps to Stop Workplace Negativity NOW

Negativity: It’s a productivity killer. When you’re a leader in the workplace, it can be hard to keep your people motivated when morale is low. Whether there’s a conflict between co-workers or difficult clients, it’s your responsibility to stop bad vibes in their tracks. We’ve got four steps to help you keep things positive and… Read More »

How Can You Give Your Management Style a Boost?

Whether you’re new to managing people or you’ve built your career on it, there’s always more to learn. Your management style might be just taking shape or you may have experience with leadership in multiple disciplines. You’ve probably read the recommended books and done your research on what it takes. However, like many of us,… Read More »

Stand Out in the Job Market and Prove Your Skills

When you are applying for a job, a resume and a cover letter may not be enough to get you noticed. Employers tend to scan resumes to find specific keywords and phrases, so they may miss the list of accomplishments you are so proud of in your resume. In addition, you may be competing against… Read More »

How to Get a Resume into the “Yes” Pile

In some ways, the hardest step of the job search process can be getting noticed in the first place.  Employers are inundated with piles of resumes from many qualified candidates.  After a while, the applications can all begin to look the same.  Getting your resume in the yes pile means standing out from the rest… Read More »

Denver’s Workforce Initiative Now (WIN) Program

Denver has consistently ranked among the best cities in the country for businesses and job-seekers.  One big reason why is that the city is committed to helping both businesses and job-seekers through programs like the Workforce Initiative Now (WIN) program. The WIN program is a collaboration between Denver’s Regional Transportation District, the Community College of… Read More »

Turning Your Duties into Resume Accomplishments

Putting together a resume is about selling yourself. Too often, resumes read more like a list of duties than a list of accomplishments. The difference between the two is big. “Planning events,” is a duty. “Managing all aspects of a large thousand-person charity benefit dinner,” is an accomplishment. Duties only show prospective employers what you… Read More »