Guest post from the the wonderful ladies a Like a Boss Girls!
Success isn’t always about what you know – but it’s often about who you know and what THEY know.
Learning from people who’ve been there and done that is invaluable. They have wisdom, inspiration, useful advice and sometimes even useful-er admonitions.
Guest Post by Reesa Staten of Robert Half
“When one tugs at a single thing in nature,
he finds it attached to the rest of the world.” – John Muir
Recently, I accepted an invitation to attend an industry conference in Chicago. I rarely go to these events because my job in California takes so … Read More
By: Reesa Staten of Robert Half
Early in my career with Robert Half, I joined a cycling team organized by the company for a two-day charity ride through California’s Napa Valley wine country and Sonoma coast. It was a great way to meet colleagues and raise money for a good cause (in this case, … Read More
The skills gap among U.S. workers is a pressing challenge facing our country today that is impacting the 15 million people working in retail. According to the Bridge the Gap report published by Harvard Business School, 51 percent of retailers find it difficult to fill middle-skills roles.
Through a $2.5 million grant from the Walmart … Read More
There’s nothing easy about the job search, but if asked to pinpoint the most unnerving part of the process, many would say it’s interviewing. Yet, even more harrowing than a face-to-face meeting is the initial phone interview. Today these preliminary interviews are so prevalent that 92% of HR managers surveyed say they screen applicants via … Read More
In college, I had a roommate who chose her major, speech pathology, to avoid writing papers. As a journalism student, not only was I confused by her attempt to avoid learning a vital communication skill by selecting major with “speech” in the title, but I also knew she would be severely limiting her job opportunities … Read More