09.19.14 | Job Search & Career | David DeMelo, Division Manager at Treeline, Inc.
Have you ever landed that first round interview and never heard back on next steps or even if there was a next step? You thought it went well, but you never got the call back. Why? We have all experienced some sort of rejection and let’s face it, not a great feeling. Sometimes interviews can go wrong. You could make a mistake that can cost you.
06.16.14 | Job Search & Career | Kevin Penta, Consultant at Treeline, Inc.
You may be wondering, what exactly is “the toughest interview question.” I mean there are definitely plenty of questions that have left us all stumped in an interview, but I thought I would focus on one of the toughest interview questions that seems so obvious that many of us struggle to answer it effectively.
04.02.14 | Job Search & Career | Sam Swartz, Sales Consultant at Treeline, Incorporated
The size of a company is certainly important to think about when considering a new opportunity. Different factors come into play when considering a job, like culture, benefits, commute, work-life balance, growth, compensation, training and sustainability. I wanted to take the time and break down some of these factors and talk about how they play into a small company versus a big company.
03.28.14 | Job Search & Career | David DeMelo, Division Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
Hunting for a career is a job in itself. We have all been there before. You may find yourself applying to several jobs, but finally feel some sense of relief when you get called in for the interview. Right? Well actually, you may feel even more pressure when preparing for the interview because it brings you one step closer to landing that job. Even though it’s an exciting feeling to be called in, it can also be nerve racking.
03.14.14 | Job Search & Career | Sean Cashman, Division Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
I receive resumes across my desk every day…e.v.e.r.y.d.a.y. Some of them are good, some of them not so much. Some of the resumes come with a note telling me what they are looking for. Some of them come to me with no name nor contact information on them…seriously. And some of them come to me in response to a job posting that they saw and would like to be considered for that role in particular. I want to take a few minutes to talk about these resumes and people who send them.
02.05.14 | Job Search & Career | Dan Fantasia, CEO at Treeline, Incorporated
The job market is picking up, at least in the world of sales, and more and more job seekers are asking for advice. The advice they seek is based on positive economic changes, specifically around the increasing job creation and the high demand of talented sales professionals. Job seekers now have more options and are being courted by typically more than one company. Even though this is all positive, multiple options for a career move can create confusion and the need for advice.
01.21.14 | Job Search & Career | Chelsey Canavan, Marketing Manager at Treeline, Incorporated
Job seekers, I know that you have probably already received endless advice on social media. You read articles on how to set up social media sites, how to create a personal brand, which sites you should be using, and what you should and more importantly should not be sharing on social media sites.You’re told that potential employers are searching for you on social media sites and that it can make or break you landing an interview, so since we work in the recruiting space we decided to conduct our own survey.