Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Career Advice Expert

Eileen Hoenigman Meyer has been coaching job seekers since she started writing for Glassdoor’s blog in 2016. Her articles about job search strategy, interview preparation, communication, leadership, and workplace culture have appeared in Fast Company, CNBC, NBC News, Yahoo News, Entrepreneur, Thrive Global, and PopSugar. Eileen has two English degrees, and she’s a former writing teacher. After working in the non-profit sector for more than a decade, Eileen has plenty of experience interviewing job candidates. Much of what she shares with Glassdoor’s readers is what she wishes she could have whispered to some of those candidates during their interviews; she’s always been rooting for job seekers.
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COVID-19 Stopped Careers For Women; How Can We Help?

Happy International Women's Day! The National Women’s History Project (NWHP) was founded in the early 1980s, recognizing that American women’s important contributions were missing...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Mar 8, 2021

Four Ways To Help The Women In Your Network Succeed During COVID-19

Happy Women’s History Month! Congress designated March as our annual opportunity to “celebrate the contributions women have made to the United States and [to]...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Mar 3, 2021

Why Getting Pushed Out Of Your Professional Comfort Zone Might Be Good

Losing a job is stressful and disorienting. It takes a good support system to get through those early days when the loss is still...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Jan 26, 2021

New Year’s Resolution: 5 Ways To Communicate Successfully in 2021

As you think about your professional resolutions for 2021, consider enhancing your communication skills. Communication is a core professional skill. Relaying information to stakeholders...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Jan 6, 2021

How To Weigh Your 2020 Accomplishments After An Unprecedented Year

The close of the year is our annual opportunity to revisit our goals, tabulate our accomplishments, and contemplate how we’ve grown. This informs the...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Dec 15, 2020

Beyond Gifts: 5 Ways To Acknowledge Your Colleagues This Holiday Season

Without a doubt, 2020 has been a challenging year. Managing its many complexities demanded more than your team’s hard, professional skill set; it also...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Dec 8, 2020

How To Self-Advocate And Take Your Employer Up on Their Self-Care Offerings

Professional culture is like the weather of your workplace, it sets the tone for how you feel about your job. A recent Glassdoor survey...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Nov 23, 2020

How To Develop Confidence To Fuel Your Job Search

Being unemployed can be hard on the ego. Whether you are recovering from a layoff or trying to get back into the workforce after...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Nov 23, 2020

How to Navigate Politics at Work

Is it ever a good idea to talk politics at work-especially now, with the midterms just around the corner?  While the political scene seems...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Oct 30, 2020

How to Find a Mentor When You’re Working Remotely

There are plenty of perks working remotely, the snacks, the bunny slippers, and the in-home commute. But there’s a certain social ease that office...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Oct 21, 2020

What Parents Should Know About Job Seeking During COVID-19

It’s challenging to be a job seeker, especially when parenthood demands add complexity to looking for a new job. Still, a new academic year...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Oct 8, 2020

6 Things That Interviewers Want Us To Know About Remote Interviews

In some ways, a remote job interview can seem like a welcome relief from the traditional format. You don’t have to worry about directions...

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Eileen Hoenigman Meyer

Oct 6, 2020

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