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Considering a Job Change in a New Industry? Here’s What You Need to Know

11.16.16   |   Job Search & Career   |   Michael Stone, Senior Executive Sales Consultant at Treeline, Inc.

You are burnt out. You need a fresh start. Maybe you just don’t like what you are selling, but you love sales so you start looking into other verticals. Making the transition is not always the easiest, and the road to being the performer you are now can be extensive and frustrating. If you’re considering a job change in a new industry, keep the following in mind before making the change:

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Top 18 Do’s and Don’ts For Surviving Your Company Holiday Party

11.15.16   |   Job Search & Career   |   Nicole Giggie, Executive Recruiter at Treeline, Incorporated

The company holiday party is a time to have fun and network…OR, for some, it’s a time to misbehave and make a bad impression. So how do you go about surviving and thriving at your company party without tarnishing your professional image? Here are the top 18 do’s and don’ts to ace the company holiday party.

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Should I Accept A Counter Offer?

10.26.16   |   Job Search & Career   |   David DeMelo, VP of Sales at Treeline, Incorpated

This question comes up more often than not. A person will launch their job search and go through the interview process with another company. If all goes well they receive a job offer, accept the offer, and resign from their current role. Sounds great, right?Unfortunately, when you decide to accept a new job opportunity and give your resignation your current employer may present you with a counter offer. Maybe they offer you a promotion or a raise to stay at the company. Should you take the counter offer?

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How (and when) to Fake It (on your resume)

10.25.16   |   Job Search & Career   |   Rachel Freedenberg, Senior Executive Sales Consultant at Treeline, Incorporated

So you’ve decided it’s time to look for a new job. However, your resume doesn’t make you look like a great candidate on paper. In fact, it’s a bit lackluster overall.  You think to yourself, “if only I changed a few things I would look like an all-star candidate that every company would want to interview.”  Now most people will tell you never to lie on your resume and I am not saying you should ever lie…but what about reframing your story to beef up the resume?

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How to Prepare for a Skype Interview

09.22.16   |   Job Search & Career   |   Rachel Freedenberg, Senior Executive Sales Consultant at Treeline, Incorporated

You finally landed an interview with your dream job. Congrats! The only problem – they have requested a Skype/Video Interview and you have never done one before.  Perhaps it is a first round interview for a local company who wants to see how you present, or a final interview with the VP of Sales who is based remotely.  A Skype interview can save a company from investing time and money throughout the interview process. 

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