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Blogs Your Job Deal Breakers

By Lisa Kaye | Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 12:37pm

When it comes to finding and ACCEPTING a job offer we all have our lists. Yes, I’m talking about your Job Deal Breakers. We all have them whether we really ever sit down and list them out or not. So when you're wondering if you should be happy where you are or start thinking about greener pastures, consider your Job Deal Breakers.

Blogs Your Job Search – 3 Ways to Plug & Play

By Lisa Kaye | Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at 3:02pm

When you think about preparing for your job search you might spend all of your time preparing a killer resume and think that is all you need. Unfortunately, a resume is only one tool in helping you present yourself to a prospective employer or a recruiter. Your job search begins with your ability to research, goal-set and prepare yourself – three ways to plug and play to you’re your career forward and find your dream job.

Blogs Pass It On . . .

By Lisa Kaye | Thursday, March 8, 2012 at 12:06pm

When you think you’ve done enough job hunting for yourself and you are not sure what you can share, think of those who are still struggling and have not been as successful as you and next time you hear of a job you are not interested in or perhaps is just not right for you, remember you can easily just, pass it on.

Blogs Try Me

By Lisa Kaye | Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at 11:22am

When all of your search efforts have gone by the way side, do you ever feel like holding up a sign across your chest with the words emblazoned in big red letters, “Try Me!” But when you think about it, what harm would there really be if you let them try you for free?

Blogs Are You Under-Employed?

By Lisa Kaye | Tuesday, January 31, 2012 at 10:24am

You may have a job to go to every morning, a paycheck you collect twice a week and health insurance-but, are you happy? You may think, “What do I have to complain about, I should count myself as one of the lucky ones.” True, but are you happy? If you are still pondering this question, welcome to the world of the “under-employed.”

Blogs Your Career: The Walking Dead

By Lisa Kaye | Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 10:24am

Like zombies looking for their next meal, your career can start to resemble the survival of the last few humans looking to escape the clutches of a hungry mob. Which begs the question, does your career deserve a proper burial or perhaps a resurrection? It’s no time to give up even when you’ve lost all hope?

Blogs Living In A Material World

By Lisa Kaye | Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 3:12pm

The concept of “work” is a bi-product of the Industrial Revolution where you needed to produce in order to survive. But today, work has taken on a whole new meaning or has it? Have we just bought into the notion that we are living in a material world and it’s the only thing we need to focus on in order to move through this lifetime?

Blogs Career Dating

By Lisa Kaye | Wednesday, January 11, 2012 at 9:22pm

Your career can start to resemble the dating field, a little uncertain, a little frustrating and sometimes, full of surprises. Not knowing what you are looking for in your next career move is okay. No one said you have to get it right out of the gate. Interviewing until you know what is right for you can resemble dating, but at least at the end of the process you won’t need to worry about who is going to pick up the tab.

Blogs Ask, Believe & Receive

By Lisa Kaye | Tuesday, December 27, 2011 at 3:35pm

What’s on your holiday wish list this year? Are you still looking for the right relationship, enough money in the bank, the perfect job or maybe a raise? Are you grateful for what you have or are you still searching for a reason to get up in the morning? Have you been deservedly naughty or particularly nice and just waiting for a bounty of beautiful gifts to descend upon you? Whatever your lot in life you are in a unique position to hit the reset button and start over as the New Year approaches.

Blogs You Are Not Your Job!

By Lisa Kaye | Tuesday, December 6, 2011 at 2:32pm

It’s not about what you do that defines who you are as a person although I think our society and how we are programmed culturally often portrays a different image. And so it might seem that the “larger than life” your response is to the question “What you do for a living” may further the perception that you are as big as your title and your paycheck.

Blogs The Silent Treatment

By Lisa Kaye | Monday, November 14, 2011 at 12:13pm

Ring Ring, no answer. Ping, Ping no reply. Does this sound like a tune you’ve heard over and over again? It’s called “the silent treatment” and if you’ve ever heard the sounds of crickets when you try to reach out to a recruiter for a job you’ve been dying to interview for, you are probably not alone. The silent treatment doesn’t mean that a recruiter does not want you. It just means that given the amount of people banging down their door, you are let’s just say, not necessarily a priority.