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What to Bring and NOT To Bring With You To Your Interview

What to Bring and NOT To Bring With You To Your Interview

So you’ve just finished submitting your resume to a few different companies and you’ve landed an interview! Way to go! You’re one step closer to landing your dream job.

Now it’s time to prep and make it past that grueling interviewing process! Here are a […]

By |October 17th, 2018|Career Life, Interview Process, Interview Tips, Job Search Tips|0 Comments

Are you a Boss or a Leader?

Are you a Boss or a Leader?

There’s a big difference between a boss and a leader. You don’t have to be a boss to be a leader. If you’re an Executive Assistant it’s probably true that you spend a lot of time with your executive and that you know so much about them, from personal […]

How to Get Back Into the Work Groove after the Holidays!

How to Get Back Into the Work Groove after the Holidays!

Hello 2016! It’s the new year and you’ve just come back to work from an awesome holiday break that went by way too fast. You’re still in vacation mode but have so much work to do and need to get back into the groove of things! […]

By |January 15th, 2017|Career Life, Ruby Peak Recruiting|0 Comments

How to Stand Out as an Exceptional Employee

How to Stand Out as an Exceptional Employee During the Holidays

Here are some tips on how to stand out as an exceptional employee during the holidays and end your work year with a bang.

1. Offer to help plan holiday events. If you’re job title doesn’t require you to plan events, offer the event coordinator some help and […]

By |December 24th, 2016|Career Life, Interview Process, Interview Tips|0 Comments

Working with Recruiters and Head Hunters

Working with Recruiters and Head Hunters
Working with Recruiting Agencies in San Francisco, CA
When working with recruiters or temporary staffing agencies, be honest, upfront, and treat the meeting like an interview. In addition to learning about your skills and experience, recruiters need to get a true sense of who you are, how you work, and more […]

How to Make it Past Your Probationary Period

So you spent some time with your recruiter working on your new job search and you make it past the grueling interviewing process. Congrats, you received an offer letter! The hardest part is over but with every job, whether stated or not, there’s always a 90 day probationary period to get past. Starting any new […]

E-mail follow ups…

When sending thank you notes over email after interviews, type your email notes from scratch every single time. Copying and pasting recycled thank you notes often results in emails that are littered with unintended font size and layout discrepancies that aren’t always noticeable on your screen, but are on someone else’s. Most commonly, copied text […]

Admitting Flaws to Recruiters and Head Hunters

Admitting a Flaws to Recruiters and Head Hunters
During an interview you might find yourself stumped when asked “what is your greatest weakness?” But don’t fret! Employers don’t actually expect you to throw yourself under the bus, rather they want to know how honest you are and how aware you are of areas that need improvement. […]

Being Accessible to a Recruiter

Being Accessible to a Recruiter
An exciting step in the recruiting process is when your recruiter has confirmed an interview for you with one of their clients. At this point, your relationship with your recruiter is in full gear. Once you’ve landed that interview, your chances of securing a new position are greatly increased. From this […]

Paint a Picture in your Resume

Paint a Picture in your Resume
While reading Skill Up, Start Up, Speak Up: Expert Tips to Fire Up Your Job Search I came across a very valuable point that I’ve mentioned before but is worth mentioning again. The author mentions the importance of “painting a picture” for the hiring manager “Use your cover letter to […]

By |August 31st, 2015|Resume Tips|0 Comments