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The resume objective statement is outdated because it focuses on the type of job you want when it should actually focus on what you can offer a potential employer.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|

Train Your Replacement

If you're looking to grow professionally within your company, help coach and mentor others in your office that may be a possible replacement for your role. Assisting your teammates in their growth will never be overlooked by management and will only help you succeed!

By | October 24th, 2019|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Practice & Prepare for Common Interview Questions

Strong answers to interview questions are those that are specific but concise, drawing on concrete examples that highlight your skills and back up your resume. Rehearse, practice and prepare your answers to typical interview questions in advance.

By | October 18th, 2019|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Keep In Touch With Your References

Career Advice: It's a good idea to check in with your professional job references occasionally to make sure they're still willing to serve as a reference for you. If you begin actively applying for jobs, let them know. Your references are there to help you, but can only do so if you stay in touch [...]

By | July 15th, 2019|Recruiting and Career Resources|

We’re Hiring College Graduates!

Jones Networking has opportunities in many different fields. Our clients are willing to train individuals with a Bachelor's Degree. We're a free resource and can help with resume advice, interview prep and access to jobs that are not posted anywhere else.

By | June 26th, 2019|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Career Advice: Consider the Entire Compensation Package

When considering a job offer, be sure to take into account the entire compensation package, not just the salary. Consider the benefits and perks, as well as commute, work hours and company culture. Really take the time to weigh all of the pros and cons to make an informed decision about your future.

By | June 11th, 2019|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Hard Work: There is No Alternative

Hard work is the trend that never goes out of style. All successful professionals would agree there is no substitute for hard work. Discipline, patience, dedication and perseverance help keep people on the path towards success, but hard work actually gets one there. Come Early and Stay Late Grab your coffee early folks, because arriving [...]

By | October 24th, 2018|Recruiting and Career Resources|

Recent Graduate Checklist

Resume: Recent college graduate displaying resume. Do not use a template. Put your education at the TOP of your resume. Include full position descriptions. Add all relevant extracurricular activities (Organizations, volunteer work, study abroad…) Ask a Professor, Friend, Recruiter, Advisor or Parent to review/edit it. Add the start and end date (month and [...]