Posts Tagged: Anchorage recruiters

How to Stay Focused

Staying focused and on a task is harder than ever these days. One big reason for this is technology. We are constantly bombarded with tweets, text messages, emails, and advertisements. Our attention is constantly pulled from one thing to another. In fact, research conducted by Microsoft revealed that the average person’s attention span is just… Read More »

How to Make Your Social Media Site Recruiter Friendly

Social media has become an important place for people who want to advertise themselves and advance their career. Companies and recruiters routinely sift through sites like LinkedIn to look for people they might want to hire. That is why it is important for your social media site to be professional looking and recruiter friendly. Unfortunately,… Read More »

Multitasking and Mindfulness

Multitasking is not as popular as it used to be. But there are still many businesses and people who do it, perceiving it as a way to keep up in the fast-paced business world, a way to be productive and efficient. People who say they are multitasking may believe they are doing several things at… Read More »

How to Keep Your Brain Healthy

Tis the season for making resolutions for the new year. Many resolutions revolve around our health – a resolution to eat better, or get the gym more often. These are noble goals. But in making your resolutions, you shouldn’t overlook another part of your body – your brain. Brain research has been getting a lot… Read More »

How to Talk About Salary History

One of the traditional practices during the hiring process is asking the candidate what their current salary is. It is simply accepted as part of the routine. In fact, many companies will refuse to consider anyone who does not disclose what their current salary is. But, more and more, recruiting specialists are saying this is… Read More »

How to Strategize for Your Job Search

There are reams of information out there about searching for a job – how to write a resume and cover letter, how to interview, how to network. Much of this information, however, focuses on the nuts and bolts of the job hunting process, the tactics and techniques of the search. Before you get involved in… Read More »

How to Get Motivated to Exercise

The value of exercise is undisputed. It is one of the most potent things we can do for our health, mentally, physically and even spiritually. Its benefits are pretty much unmatched. While we all recognize the benefits of exercise, many of us don’t take advantage of it. We seldom seem to find the time to… Read More »

How to Reduce Stress Over the Holidays

Everyone knows that stress levels go up over the holidays. There is so much to do, in addition to the demands of work, that people feel they never have enough time. They get caught up in the race, and as a result, the holidays become a time of frustration, affecting our mood and work performance,… Read More »

How to Motivate Employees Working Remotely

These days, more workers than ever are working remotely. Technology has made working away from the office much easier and more efficient. But with more working in isolation, it has also raised some concerns with management, concerns about whether these remote workers are using their time wisely and productively. Management wants to makes sure their… Read More »

How to Gain More Control of Work and Life

Often, life can seem like a treadmill, a non-stop, frenetic obstacle course that we have to negotiate each day. There never seem to be enough hours in a day for all of the things we need to do, at work or at home. Thanks to technology, which is supposed to make our lives easier, we… Read More »