Today in the world of work, everything is changing. COVID and work-from-home (WFH) have led to "The Great Resignation" as job seekers want more for their lives. This month we have a mix of tools, resources, and support to help you and your clients at each stage of your journeys.
Whether it's resume writing, career coaching, job search, strategy, or growing and managing your practice, you want the best practices available to do it right the first time. There's no reason to hunt down articles and piece together processes when CDI offers over 50 handy, downloadable best practice tip sheets
Accepting an offer can be quite the adrenaline rush, but it’s important for the candidate to remember that knee-jerk reactions can get you into trouble down the road. What you do today can impact you later in life by tens of thousands of dollars. Let me repeat. What you do
You've likely used a professional resume writer to create your new resume and now you are wondering if working with a career coach who specializes in job search coaching or interview coaching will also make a difference. Maybe you are wondering if it's even necessary! So in this second installment,
Here are some more great tools, resources, and news you can use courtesy of CDI leadership and the Education committee. In this issue: Your clients and the ban on "What's your current salary?" question 10 skills that dramatically improve job seeker chances of being hired The year in job search:
Here are some more great tools, resources, and news you can use courtesy of CDI leadership and the Education committee. In this issue: Lying on resumes - what it means Job title inequity - getting your client's job title changed PR strategies for solopreneurs Will AI take your client's job?
As career professionals, we know that job seekers, even at the executive level, find the process of negotiating salary daunting. This tip sheet will help your clients understand the basics of salary negotiation, what can and cannot be discussed concerning this topic and when to do that, how to create a salary-negotiation
Knowing these warning signs in my twenties, would’ve saved me a lot of grief in my early professional career! But--lucky for you-- they can help you say “No” to a job offer that is not a good fit. 1) Unhappy Employees If you can feel the stress in the building,
We've rounded up some great resources for you to use, learn from, and adapt. In this issue: Best cities for new graduates Five jobs robots will take first Five jobs robots will take last Infographic: Neglected career advice your clients need to know 3 techniques to be a better sales
Lightbulb moment! Let's make this great resource MORE accessible by putting it into the Member Resources section vs. in an email! I hope you enjoy these new tips and tools sourced by your fellow CDI members, education committee and leadership team. In this issue: Referring Unemployable & Elderly Clients You