Work-Life Balance Has Changed. Here’s What to Aim For in 2021

Many professionals want to have a work-life balance. In the wake of 2020, exactly what that means has changed. Before the pandemic, work-life balance often meant having enough time away from the office to handle personal responsibilities, participate in hobbies, and spend time with loved ones. However, for those who have spent a year working… Read More »

World Health Day Regaining Health and Economic Strength in 2021

World Health Day has been celebrated each year since 1948 on April 7th. The World Health Organization promotes this celebration yearly to promote awareness of health concerns. If we learned anything in the last year is that most of us take our health for granted. Whether you are recovering from COVID-19, or managed to avoid… Read More »

Did You Nail That Interview? Here Are Four Ways to Tell!

When you leave a job interview, it’s normal to feel a mix of emotions. You may be both excited about the possibility of snagging the role, as well as fearful that you didn’t perform as well during the interview as it may seem on the surface. This can lead to some anxiety, particularly if more… Read More »

Use The Advance Group Difference to Your Advantage in the Talent Wars!

Today, employers in nearly every industry are embroiled in a talent war. Even with unemployment being higher due to the pandemic, accessing top talent still remains, in a word, challenging. Savvy companies understand that harnessing every advantage is a necessity if they are going to secure the talent they need to thrive. By partnering with… Read More »

The Difference Between Remote and On-Site Interviews (And How to Nail Both!)

Landing an interview is always exciting. But how you need to approach the meeting may vary depending on the kind of interview you’ll have. There are some differences between remote and on-site interviews. By learning what they are, you can adjust your approach to meet the demands of the situation. If you want to make… Read More »

What Does COVID-19 Mean for Workers’ Compensation in Ohio

COVID-19 has changed the face of health care and business in a mere matter of months. “Many employers didn’t have the resources or means to have employees work from home. When the Governor lifted the ‘stay-at-home’ mandate, it created additional challenges for employers to adhere to COVID safety protocols, as they brought employees back to… Read More »

Keeping Your Off-Site Team on Track

Overseeing an off-site team means dealing with a variety of challenges. It cannot be easy to keep everyone on target when they are not working in the same office. Plus, communication, collaboration, and motivation can be tricky to manage. Luckily, by using the right strategy, you can keep your remote team on track. If you… Read More »

How to Start Job Searching While You’re Still Employed

One of the trickiest activities most professionals have to handle during their career is launching a job search while still employed. It can be difficult to juggle the demands of your current position and the tasks you need to manage to find new opportunities. Plus, there can be discretion, particularly when it comes time for… Read More »

How Does Your Candidate Experience Stack Up to the Competition?

When it comes to recruitment, your candidate experience can make a world of difference. If you fail to measure up to the competition or meet job seeker expectations, you may struggle to secure the talent your company needs to thrive. Luckily, you can assess and enhance your candidate experience by understanding what you bring to… Read More »