How to Evaluate, Accept, Reject, or Negotiate a Job Offer

Congratulations! You got a job offer. Now for the hard part: deciding whether to accept it or not. How should you assess the salary as well as the other perks? Which publicly available information should you rely on? How should you try to get a better deal? And what’s the best way to decline an offer if it’s READ MORE–>

Exploring Relocation?

In a familiar environment, the routine of going to work and paying bills contributes to a stable and comfortable mindset. When you are exploring relocating your entire life changes, there are so many things to consider. Not only is there a financial decision (pro and con), there is an emotional attachment to friends, family, or community. This familiarity READ MORE–>

Counter-Offer Dilemma

Deciding to leave an employer is complex. It is an emotional process that involves our natural fear of change. Giving notice to your current employer can be cause for anxiety. The pressures your current employer may put on you, in addition to any ‘second-guessing’ or ‘buyer’s remorse’ on your behalf, will take their toll.    Once you tender your READ MORE–>

Checklist to Review As You Start Your Career Transition

Adaptation of an article by Emma Ward as featured on LinkedIn

It is our experience that people consider roles advertised rather than thinking about what they truly want from their next career move. This makes sense as they are usually busy being successful in their current position and don’t have too much time to commit to a job hunt. READ MORE–>

Be Careful How You Answer these 5 Job Interview Questions

Most interview questions are innocuous: They’re meant to evaluate whether you’re right for the job, and whether this company could be the next and best place for you. But some of the questions you’re asked, experts tell us, have a slightly more nefarious purpose: They are meant to trip you up by confusing you, catching you in a READ MORE–>

Go to Top