In so many ways, Thanksgiving is a time for genuine reflection and appreciation. As the holiday season approaches, it’s a great time to think about the aspects of your job that you are grateful for.
We’ve just about coasted through the sunny, breezy summer. By now, most of us have taken our vacations and the children are starting to head back to school.
Oh, the myth of solitude being one’s ultimate fate. This ideology dates back to the beginning of recorded time, and perhaps Orson Welles said it best: “We’re born alone, we live alone, we die alone.
Human beings love to be flattered—probably since the dawn of civilization. So what is the highest form of flattery you can give a prospective employer? Your attention.
In respect for observance of veterans day this week here at SGA we’d like to highlight our employee veterans sending a sincere thank you to them for their service to our country, and now our company.
I challenge you to take a break from ‘busy’ today…I know how hard that is, but trust me regardless of what day of the week it is, or what work you have sitting on your desk we all need to tend more to allowing ourselves a true mental break at least once each work week.
We’re all familiar with the saying “It’s not what you know, but who you know”, when hearing this axiom we may find ourselves questioning the capacity of truth behind it.
This month’s discussion topics will grow around the focus of career improvement and personal/professional life balance.
Many factors come into play to determine the success levels of interviews. Let the interviewers first impression of you prior to any verbal contact be the best it possibly can be.
In the busy busy world of business today many companies have turned towards working up new processes where phone interviews are now major players in the first steps of their employment procedures.