Everybody’s talking about LinkedIn these days. And a lot of them are asking questions.
How many people does it take in your Network to start paying off?
What’s it really good for?
Did anyone ever get anything out of it?
Who do you connect with?
Who do you avoid?
Most of all, how can I make LinkedIn work for me? Read more
The Artisan blog explores creativity, staffing & recruitment, resume & interview tips for job seekers, freelancing & entrepreneurship. Artisan Creative is a premier source for creative & marketing talent, specializing in temp staffing, direct hire & turnkey project solutions.
As creative recruiters, talent are always asking us about the best way to stand out from the countless applications we receive. While a well-written cover letter or introduction email is a good start, job seekers need to do more to make sure their background and skills are being properly considered.
Here are a few tips to get our attention: Read more
If you follow Artisan Creative on Twitter or like us on Facebook (and if you don’t yet, click on the links!), you probably noticed that this week’s theme is Creativity.
I spent some time getting inspired by finding quotations about creativity and ended up thinking about the ways I get inspired--get my creative juices flowing. Read more
Last week I asked the recruiters at Artisan to give me their number one reason for using a recruiter to find a new role. I ended up with a pretty comprehensive list. If you are considering adding a recruiter to your job search team, here are some great reasons why: Read more
In recent years, with a number of cutbacks and layoffs, many employees have felt overworked, struggling to balance the demands of their careers and personal lives. Afraid they, too, could be out of a job, they are putting in more hours at work and leaving their health, families and personal enjoyment to suffer.
If you find yourself sharing this frustration - you are not alone!
The good news is that with just a few small changes, you’ll could find yourself not only more effective at work, but also happier when you’re not working.
With a growing number of employers open to telecommuting positions and more hiring being done from corporate locations based elsewhere in the country or world, many jobseekers are finding themselves preparing for interviews via Skype.
As we’ve helped prepare several of our candidates for these types of interviews – we’ve found the following list helpful in preparing: Read more
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