3 Cover Letter Tips That Promote Job Seeker Mental Health

Don’t Freak Over Typos Everyone needs to calm down about typos. If job applicants had a dollar for every “cover letter writing tips” article that lambast typos they wouldn’t need a job in the first place. Of course typos are bad. No shit typos are a deal breaker. But guess what? No one has a… Read More

HR Brands Are Being Undermined by Archaic Online Applications

In an earlier post we discussed how every HR department is a boutique branding firm. For job seekers, HR experiences are personal and emotional, and there is no more powerful form of advertising than word of mouth. Oftentimes, however, HR departments find themselves doing damage control for their employers who make stupid mistakes – like… Read More

Honestly, Why Are Resumes Still Around?

For job seekers, resumes have always presented an array of frustrating options, from whether or not to use an objective statement or include employment dates, to deciding if disclosing your college graduation year opens you up to quiet displays of age discrimination. But something else seems to be going on with resumes. They’re still around.… Read More