Hunter Hamilton
Engineering Recruiters
SUCCESS ENGINEERED.

To better understand what it really takes to get recognized at work, I recently asked my team this question: what can employees do to get noticed (or even promoted!) at work? Here’s what they had to say!

According to a recent report on current job trends, more than 6 million positions are still waiting to be filled. If you’re among the 62 percent of people who are planning to make a professional change this New Year, you may be wondering how to make it happen. The following tips are often a good place to start!

Congrats, you got the job! Now it’s time to decide what to wear. From business professional to trade, we’re here to crack the code — or dress code, that is — of today’s workplace, so you can take the guesswork out of what to wear and feel confident. Follow these tips and you’ll be sure to make a great first impression.

If you want to advance your career, you need to raise your visibility in the workplace, and that often starts in the conference room. It’s the one place where you will consistently have the opportunity for your voice to be heard. The following strategies are some of the simplest ways to make your next meeting work for you.

Happy National Staffing Employee Week! We appreciate all of our staffing stars – and we’re celebrating you all week long!

It’s funny how we all have the same number of hours in a day, but some people just seem to get more done. The most productive people have established patterns to maximize their time. Here are six habits they do every day to be successful!

Many of us spend more waking hours at work than at home – and so it makes perfect sense that we should work somewhere that we actually WANT to be, right? I recently asked my team: what makes a company a great place to work? Check out a few of their answers – and then join the conversation!

Today’s workplace is ever evolving, and though most companies usually offer training to help you expand your skills and stay relevant in your industry, there may be professional growth opportunities you’re overlooking at your current employer. Here are just a few areas of professional development you can start taking advantage of today.

Work-life balance sounds good in theory, but it can be so difficult to achieve. It’s something I’ve strived to achieve for most of my career. I had the pleasure of speaking on this topic back in June at Engage, a staffing and recruiting conference. Here’s part of what I shared at the conference!

You can’t control everything in your job search. Try as you might, there will always be other forces influencing whether or not you get the role. In an effort to help, we’ve broken down those things you can’t control and how to respond so you don’t get discouraged in your search.