The upside and downside to job hopping

Dawn Williams
The upside and downside to job hopping

Job hopping is when a candidate is in a series of jobs, for a short period of time; it could be 12 months, it could be 18 months. I have a lot of candidates that are in that situation and their resume seems a little bit all over the map. I also have a lot […]

Moving from a sales rep to a sales manager

Dawn Williams
Moving from a sales rep to a sales manager

I often get the question of moving from a sales rep to a sales manager from my candidates who are looking to make that jump. There are two ways to do it, (1) you can look WITHIN your organization or you can look OUTSIDE. If you are WITHIN your organization, I am going to assume […]

5 things to remember when interviewing with the CEO/President

Dawn Williams
5 things to remember when interviewing with the CEO/President

1. Make your time count. Chances are you’ve had other interviews with other members of the team and this is the last step. You don’t want to assume that the job is yours and also make sure you have this time used well. You probably don’t have a long interview, so it’s very important to […]

10 Tips for job hunting when you’re 50+

Dawn Williams
10 Tips for job hunting when you’re 50+

I’ve covered this issue in the past, and continue to get feedback from candidates on this, and wanted to do it again. I recently hit that milestone myself. 1. The contents of your résumé are as important as the container its in. Your content is obviously very important, but how your résumé looks is as […]

When and How to bring up salary

Dawn Williams
When and How to bring up salary

Rule #1: As a candidate you don’t want to be the first one to bring this up. Do not fall into the trap thinking you are comfortable enough to bring it up. Normally, salary doesn’t come up during the first interview, especially if you have more than one interview to go to.