Category: Interviewing Tips

Re-Entering the Workforce

Re-entering the workforce after an absence can be an exciting time! Whatever your circumstances were for stepping out of the workforce, you’re now ready to step back in. To help you prepare for your next role, ask yourself these simple questions: Do I want the same type of job I had before leaving the workforce? […]

Tips to Landing a Job Interview

Landing an interview is the first step in securing a new job. At Leddy Group, our Staffing Managers understand the nuances of securing an interview, and we’re here to help. These tips will help you to cut through the clutter, differentiating yourself from other candidates vying for the same opportunities. Use the following tips: Customize […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of a Light Industrial Resume

Whether you are seeking administrative or industrial opportunities, a resume is an absolute must – it gets your foot in the door for interviews! Many employers won’t even consider meeting you if you don’t have one. If you are an industrial worker who has never written a resume before, the resume-writing process can seem particularly […]

Tips for Interviewing by Phone or Video

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Tips for Interviewing by Phone or Video Staffing in today’s health climate means that, to remain safe and maintain social distancing, conversations and interviews need to be conducted either by phone or by video. Luckily, most of us have the technology to be able to do just that. However, just because the world seems to […]

Podcasts to Improve Your Careers and Broaden Your Minds

As you travel this holiday season to visit friends and family, you might be thinking of downloading some podcasts to listen to along your journey. The problem is that if you’ve never listened to podcasts or are looking for alternatives to the same ones already on your playlist, you’ll find that the vast number of […]

Should I Tell the Boss that I’m Interviewing?

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That’s it! For one reason or another, you’ve decided that you’re done with your current job,  you’re moving on and beginning the interviewing process. You updated your resume, sent it out to your favorite staffing firm, and have two interviews scheduled for the following week. Next step? Deciding whether or not you should tell your […]