Making the Most Out of Networking

Making the Most Out of Networking

Here at Bloom Talent, we love networking and want you to too! We’ve all heard how important networking can be to your career success but also recognize that not everyone knows how to approach it. Below are Bloom Talent’s tips ☞ keep reading …

How to Ace an Interview using Nonverbal Cues

How to Ace an Interview using Nonverbal Cues

Many people today are unaware of just how important it is to keep in mind nonverbal cues when interviewing for a job. Nonverbal cues are all the ways you present and express yourself. How others perceive you from these nonverbal cues, especially in an interview, can separate a good candidate from a bad candidate and can help you stand out as the best candidate to hire.☞ keep reading …

The Importance of Reflection

The Importance of Reflection

Here at Bloom Talent, we are firm believers in the importance of reflection and we encourage one another and our candidates to do it daily. Why? Because when it comes to reflecting on your day, your life, ☞ keep reading …

Create a LinkedIn that Stands Out

Create a LinkedIn that Stands Out

Having a polished LinkedIn is not just recommended, it’s nearly required for standing out when applying for a new job. So much so, that it can be perceived as a red flag if someone either doesn’t have a LinkedIn or if it’s not put together with intention. If one of your 2017 goals is to make a career change, we recommend spending ☞ keep reading ...

Manifesting the Life You Want

Manifesting the Life You Want

As 2016 draws to an end, it is a great time to reflect on what this year has meant to you. At Bloom Talent, we like to start by asking ourselves, what made us proud, what did not go as planned and what we would like to improve on.☞ keep reading ...

A Job Description That Makes an Impresssion

A Job Description That Makes an Impresssion

In today’s competitive market, in order to attract the right talent, it requires an intentional hiring process – the job description is the first step. Writing and posting job descriptions can be time consuming and often neglected. However, job posts  ☞ keep reading ...

The Thank You Note

The Thank You Note

It is critical that you follow up with a thank you note after your interview. This should not be an optional extra touch; for many interviewers, it is an expected part of a good candidate interview and is a major red flag when forgotten. Be sure to send  ☞ keep reading ...

 

Resume 101

Resume 101

Do you have a love/hate relationship with your resume?

Resumes are intimidating - we can all relate to this. It’s intimidating to try to boil down your entire personality and experience to just a page or two of text. As recruiters, it’s our job to understand who you are after reading those pages highlighting your experience. We want to help you make the best first impression. ☞ keep reading ...

Do What You Love. Love What You Do. But How?

Do What You Love. Love What You Do. But How?

I am fortunate to love what I do. My days are full of meaningful conversations, intentional connections, and fabulous colleagues who inspire me every day. Arriving to this place wasn’t by accident – and didn’t happen overnight. Finding my career passion has been an intentional process, and as a recruiter I am fortunate to help others find theirs. In order to find career fulfillment, we must first look at what career happiness is not. ☞ keep reading ...