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Six Things Recruiters Might Not Explain to their Candidates – But Should!

Recruiters work hard to make lasting matches between job seekers and companies. The process can be complex and requires exceptional clarity with expectation setting, follow-through, and communication. To make sure you are informed and prepared before working with a recruiter, check out these six things they (we) should be discussing with you first.

What to Contemplate When Considering a Board Seat

For seasoned, senior-level executives, adding “Board Membership” to their resumes is an intriguing next step. But, the value of a board seat depends on both your performance and commitment. A strong performance can open up opportunities you’ve aspired to for years; failing can damage your reputation and limit your options for the future.

The New LinkedIn – Three Crucial Tips for Job Seekers

Job searching is consuming enough on its own - don’t let the new LinkedIn user interface add to your stress. Check out the key areas to look out for when you're ready to start your search.

Passed Over Again: How to Determine Why You’re Not Landing the Job

You're being called in for interviews and invited back for follow-ups, but you aren't receiving the offer. What should you be doing differently? Three WinterWyman recruiting experts share their ideas for helping you get the new position you desire.

Watch: Recruiter's Guide for Beginning Your Job Search

WinterWyman Recruiter, Jamie Chafel, shares his top tips for getting started on your search for a new job.

How to Make the Move from CIO to CEO

This is an interesting time for CIOs aspiring to become CEOs. With so many organizations, regardless of industry, positioning themselves as “technology companies” (hello GE!), CIOs have increased influence on their company’s business and have gained valuable experience beyond the expected realm of technology. If you are a CIO looking to become CEO, here are some things you can do to set yourself up for the promotion.

Career Advice I’d Give My 22-Year-Old Self

It’s never too late to listen to the advice you might have given your younger self. Whether you’re twenty years into your career or just starting out, following these words of wisdom will be beneficial in furthering your employment opportunities and opening up new career possibilities.

The New LinkedIn – What You Need to Know in Less than 400 Words!

It’s LinkedIn’s turn for a face-lift and as much as we hate change, it’s time to get past the annoyance and start accepting the new and improved (sort of) LinkedIn.

Five Tips for Starting a Career in Tech

Whether you’ve just graduated with an IT degree or are seeking a change to a tech position, it can be daunting trying to land your first job in the field. Between rejected applications and drawn out interview processes, the job search can start to feel like a black hole. Here are five tips on how to stand out and break into tech!

Six Tips to be Organized and Confident in your New Contracting Role

Contractors face unique challenges when starting a new assignment. Follow these six tips and you’ll quickly go from off-track and anxious to confident and competent in your new contracting role.

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