Onboarding New Employees

Implementing a strategic process for acclimating new hires is critical in this current job climate. Taking the time to create and utilize a strategic plan for employee onboarding, training and development is critical for the success of both the employee and the business.

By | June 27th, 2022|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Keep Your Manager Informed

If you are not keeping your direct supervisor informed of your progress, this is a major career oversight. Don't assume your manager knows what you’re doing, the great progress you’ve made, or the obstacles you’ve overcome, unless you make it your mission to provide that information. Remember to keep the lines of communication open, especially [...]

By | January 5th, 2022|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Contact Jones Networking with your Recruiting Needs in the New Year:

Contact Jones Networking at info@jonesnet.com to connect with a member of our Business Development team.

By | December 16th, 2021|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Keep an Open Mind During Your Career Search

When you're on the hunt for your perfect position, keeping an open mind may be easier said than done. However, if you close yourself off to conversations, you could be missing out on some really great opportunities. If you remain open to conversations with different companies, individuals and industries, you will be able to make [...]

By | August 18th, 2021|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Consistency is Critical Amongst Your Resume & LinkedIn Profile

If you're actively applying for new career opportunities, it is highly likely that a potential employer will review your LinkedIn profile if they are interested in your resume. It's critical that dates, position titles and additional details are consistent across all documents and platforms. Jones Networking recommends taking time to review both your resume and [...]

By | March 12th, 2021|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Important Phrase to use in the Workplace

                                          When someone thanks you, the courteous and polite reply is, “You’re welcome.” The meaning implies that it was a pleasure for you to help the person, and that you receive their appreciation. Though the [...]

By | February 11th, 2021|Recruiting and Career Resources|

How to Turn Down a Job Offer Gracefully

When you begin your career search, it's exciting to interview with several different companies. You may then find yourself with several job offers on the table and will have to turn at least one of them down. It's not always easy, but you can do so gracefully by following the following steps: 1. Show your [...]

By | January 13th, 2021|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Job Offer Acceptance Advice

When receiving a job offer, you can take one to three days to provide a response. In some cases, a week is acceptable, but a lot depends on the circumstances. It's also okay to accept a job on the spot if it is the ideal fit for you! #joboffers #careeradvice    

By | August 19th, 2020|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Who is Responsible for Workplace Culture?

Human Resources and company leadership play a critical role when it comes to corporate culture. However, the employees an organization hires have the ability to favorably influence or infect company culture. Employees contribute as much to the culture as the leaders. Culture requires constant attention and work by both leadership and staff to remain on the [...]

By | May 13th, 2020|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Replace the “Objective” with a “Professional Summary” on your Resume

The resume objective statement is outdated because it focuses on the type of job you want when it should actually focus on what you can offer a potential employer. Instead of listing out your needs and wants, use this space to explain what you can do for a potential employer.

By | February 18th, 2020|Recruiting and Career Resources|