Sarah Greesonbach

How to Survive (and Succeed In) An Interview with a CEO

CEOs are just regular people. Regular people who run billion dollar companies and accomplish amazing things, that is. Considering the polish and professionalism of...

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Sarah Greesonbach

Jun 19, 2019

Impressive Skills to Include on Your Resume

In a job market where recruiters review an average of up to 250 applications per job listing, you need to submit a resume that...

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Sarah Greesonbach

Apr 22, 2019

5 Companies Committed to Supporting Women in the Workplace

In the wake of International Women’s Day, #MeToo and #TimesUp, it’s no surprise that equality for women in the workplace is a hot topic...

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Sarah Greesonbach

Mar 8, 2019

14 Job Search Tips Everyone Should Know

Getting a new job is one of the most common New Year’s resolutions, with as many as 14 percent of people saying they’d like to...

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Sarah Greesonbach

Dec 19, 2018

The Ultimate Holiday Out-Of-Office Checklist

HR is politely but awkwardly letting everyone know the holiday party is not optional, your coworkers are trying to lobby for carte blanche work from...

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Sarah Greesonbach

Dec 17, 2018

Should You Join a Professional Group?

When I was first laid off and trying to build up my professional network as a newly self-employed person, I had the bright idea...

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Sarah Greesonbach

Sep 18, 2018

3 Things to Expect When Working for a Transparent Company

As you work through the job application and interview process with new companies, you’ll quickly see that the way your organization does business is...

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Sarah Greesonbach

Sep 7, 2018

How to Interview for a Remote Job

More people are working remotely than ever before. In fact, as many as 43 percent of Americans who are employed reported they spend at...

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Sarah Greesonbach

Sep 5, 2018

5 Ways to Grow Your Network From Scratch In a New Industry

For most people, building your network begins while you're still in college and looking to find a job related to your field of study....

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Sarah Greesonbach

Sep 3, 2018

'Sorry, But...' How to Say No to Being a Reference for a Colleague

Giving and getting references coworkers is a normal and healthy part of the workplace experience. If you’re lucky, you’re on a team of high...

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Sarah Greesonbach

Aug 20, 2018

How Top-Notch Employers Are Using Culture to Recruit and Retain Employees

It’s no secret that it’s a job seeker’s market. The unemployment rate has dropped to 4.1% overall (2.1% among workers with bachelor’s degrees), which...

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Sarah Greesonbach

Aug 13, 2018

Why Most Hiring Managers Can’t Just “Take A Chance On You”

Are you considering a career change? We feel for you! It can be tough to realize that the role or field you’ve dedicated years...

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Sarah Greesonbach

May 3, 2018

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