It happened AGAIN this week here at Sloane Staffing, a staffing agency in South Florida. We had a perfectly good candidate apply for a position, only to be turned down by a typo on the FIRST LINE of his resume. There are some things candidates out there need to understand. As a recruiting agency, we do not update or make changes to your resume - that is your work. We do not have time to critique your CV line by line (we look at over 50 resumes in any given day.) Please take it upon yourself to read through your resume multiple times before submitting it, going through it with a fine tooth comb to ensure there are no spelling or grammatical errors. We also HIGHLY suggest that you have a friend or family member review your resume prior to submittal, or even sending it to a company that specializes in this, to make sure your resume is absolutely perfect before submitting. Attention to detail is so important here, especially at the executive level, or if you are applying for any sort of administrative or content position. In today’s world, with so many spell check options available, typos are absolutely inexcusable. We ask you, please! Before you submit your resume for one of our open positions, triple check your CV is free of any typos or grammatical errors. Our clients expect perfection, you could be their next new hire and they want to ensure you are the absolute perfect fit. So, in turn, we also expect perfection! Just think about it. Imagine we have two very similar candidates with the same background and experience apply for a really great job - and you miss out and are eliminated because of something that can be so easily fixed, your resume has a typo in it. Don’t be that person and hire someone if you need help with your resume!
At Sloane Staffing, a staffing agency in South Florida, we know just how important it is for your business to receive positive client testimonials, Facebook reviews, Google reviews, etc. So, we wanted to share some of the kind words we have received from some of our featured clients! Check them out below.
"Sloane Staffing was able to find my partners and I here at Perry & Group, CPA, LLC a qualified candidate within two hours of searching. Never have we had such great success with any other staffing agency, even the ones that specialize in CPA Firms. Would recommend any and all of my friends and clients to use!"
-Carter McAllister, Perry & Group, CPA, LLC
"Sloane Staffing did a great job for us at ProFi. We needed to make some quick management / admin hires and Sloane Staffing got the job done! Very professional, organized, and responsive. Looking forward to working with Sloane Staffing in the future!"
-Michael Loudis, ProFi Facility Maintenance
"I have hired over 26 people in the last two years and Sloane Staffing has assisted me in filing at least 40% of those positions. Whenever I need a great candidate Sloane Staffing typically has one within 24 to 48 hours and I know I can have someone hired within the week if needed. Not only are we able to get great candidates fast but we are able to retain those candidates and typically for longer than the average hire. We will continue to use them for all of our recruitment needs."
-Shay Berman, Your Digital Resource
For a full list of Sloane Staffing’s client testimonials, visit: https://www.sloane-staffing.com/testimonials. And a big thanks to our clients for the kind words!
As a staffing agency in South Florida, one of the best tools we use to find candidates a job is LinkedIn. We strongly encourage everyone, even if you’re not looking for a ho at the moment, to keep your LinkedIn profile updated. It has never been more important to build and maintain a stellar LinkedIn profile. Be sure to update your profile whenever you switch jobs, change roles, get a promotion, etc. This makes it easy for HR recruiters and staffing agencies to easily find you, and quickly scan through your resume so you don’t lose out to the next candidate who has a great profile written up about themselves. LinkedIn is your place to brag about your work accomplishments! Add any tools, languages, skills, or certifications you have to your profile. If you need help, here are some tips and tricks to updating your profile. Also, reach out to people in your network and ask them for recommendations. Your friends online can vouch for your hard work, and can say you have strong skills in one area or another. In addition, it’s important to have a good LinkedIn profile photo. We highly recommend having your picture taken by a professional, trust us - this makes all the difference. Seeing you in a suit in front of a good background is much more appealing than a selfie you took on your iPhone. When uploading the your photo ensure you name it yourname.jpg - this will ensure it returns on the first page of Google and also in Google image searches when your name is entered. If you want to update your LinkedIn photo but don’t want to alarm your boss, turn your settings on LinkedIn Recruiter to show HR recruiters and staffing agencies that you are looking for a new role. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to us today at 561.512.8989.
If you own a business that is working to help employ South Florida, then the fast and easy answer to this question is yes. Most people spend the majority of their time at their workplace, and it’s possible they could have a heart attack at work. If something like this occurs, will you as management or anyone in your office know what to do? If someone in your office is having cardiac arrest, their life could depend on whether or not someone knows cardiopulmonary resuscitation. CPR is a great asset to have in your office. If you are not comfortable giving mouth to mouth resuscitation to someone else in the office, you can learn hands-only CPR. Here’s why office workers should be trained in CPR.
Learning How To Perform CPR Is Easy. In one easy class, your office can learn how to perform CPR. Check out the American Red Cross to sign up, their classes are trusted, affordable and convenient.
Knowing CPR Could Save A Life. Each year, thousands of people have cardiac arrest in the United States. These heart problems often occur where they spend the most of their time: in the office. CPR can help with keeping the person’s blood circulating until an emergency responder arrives. If there isn’t someone in your office who knows CPR, the person affected by cardiac arrest unfortunately has a decreased chance of survival.
You Can Become A Greater Asset To Your Office. Knowing CPR can potentially make you more valuable in your office - you know how to save a life! You will be an asset to someone who is in need of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Knowing CPR is a valuable skill you can add to your resume.
If you are a business owner, or a manager, and are thinking about bringing CPR training to your office, we highly recommend it! Contact us today with any questions.
If you are looking for a media strategist role in Boca Raton, look no further!
Our client, a full-service advertising agency located in Boca Raton is looking to hire (1) Media Strategist to join their team who will be responsible for advising as well as formulating media strategies in order to help launch their clients’ products and services, while also collaborating with their clients’ advertising, public relations, and product teams.
-Planning and executing custom media partnerships with a heavy focus on content development
-Media planning and buying across display, video, mobile and social channels, owning elements of planning and execution
-Monitor trends, tools, opportunities and applications in paid media environments, and appropriately apply that knowledge
-Develop and present media specific documents such as RFPs, media plans, objectives and strategies decks, and other related functions
-Manage day-to-day communication with key partners: Vendors, Partner Agencies and Creative media and social clients
-Report on campaign performance with the ability to distill and curate insights and findings
-3–4 years in media planning with excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills
-Experience with buying tools, and working on experiential programs, content creation, and new media platforms preferred
-Desire to learn more of the trends shaping consumer behavior today and in the future
-Strong organizational, interpersonal, and project management skills
-Ability to articulate strategy, rationale, and ideas
-BSc/BA in Marketing, Advertising or related field
View the entire job description here. Please send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org if you think you are a good fit!
Are you a company filling positions in Boca Raton? Is your goal for 2019 to build out your teams? If you want the best workers this year, here are the top 5 hiring trends we at Sloane Staffing predict for 2019.
Build A Talent Pool. A talent pool is a group of highly-qualified candidates who are interested in working for your company. This will ensure you always have access to candidate’s updated resumes. Read more about how to create one here.
Streamline Your Application Process. Quality candidates will drop out of your application process if it’s too long and confusing. Save the questions for the in-person interview, getting them in the door is most important. Make it easy for them to apply for jobs. Nowadays, people don’t want to fill out pages and pages of application forms. They want fast results and to be able to apply for jobs on the move. Make sure they are able to apply for your jobs on their mobile devices.
Candidates Are No Longer Hired Based Off Of Their Degrees. Times have changed. In some cases, experience is preferred over an actual degree. One survey found that 45.8% of hiring professionals measure success on candidate experience. Take that into consideration.
Use Social Media As A Recruiting Tool. With LinkedIn and LinkedIn recruiter being the obvious ones, social media is a great way to attract good candidates. We pick up a lot of talent through both LinkedIn and Facebook.
Target Passive Candidates. One of the biggest trends we see is that the best candidates are not always necessarily open to new opportunities. However, once we explain the position and the benefits of the new job, they start to see it as their next role. Hire a staffing agency to help you sell these top candidates. Try re-targeting with an email campaign.
Here at Sloane Staffing, a tech company staffing West Palm Beach, we’ve noticed a trend: hiring temporary or “contract” workers, become increasingly popular. Hiring a temp, or a contractor, is a great way to test out the employee to make sure they fit with the company culture and can do the job they say they can, before bringing them on to the payroll permanently. It can be tough to land a good hire this way though, because a lot of candidates don’t want to leave their full time job if their next role is not a sure thing. It’s important to make contractors feel like they are just as much a part of the team as the rest of the organization. If you want to turn a temp, into a great full-time employee, there are a few things you can do. First, set clear expectations with the contractor. Don’t lie to them, and be transparent about their role, their salary, and if they will have the opportunity or not to become a full-time employee at your company. Temps are usually ambitious, and will go above and beyond what is expected of them. Also, be sure to provide lots of opportunities for them. This includes networking and learning opportunities. Provide the same training to a contractor you would a full-time employee. Also, show them recognition and support. By including them, they will want to join your organization just as much as you want to bring them on. With regards to day-to-day work, small and frequent recognition can go a long way to retaining your best-performing temporary workers. We hope these tips help you turn your temporary hire into a top employee at your company. If you need help from a tech company staffing West Palm Beach, contact us today at 561.512.8989.
Sloane Staffing, a company staffing West Palm Beach, would like to shine the spotlight on one of our clients, Your Digital Resource. Digital Resource, referred to as DR, is a full service digital marketing agency for businesses of all sizes, located in Downtown West Palm Beach, FL. Digital Resource specializes in SEO, Social Media Management and Internet Advertising but provides a complete range of internet marketing services to meet any client’s needs. Their mission is to give their clients a reliable source for internet marketing, to show results fast, and to make internet marketing affordable for everyone. Sloane Staffing has been providing staffing services to the company and it’s owner, Shay Berman, for years. We’ve placed everyone there, from account managers, to web developers, and even HR employees. Digital Resource is growing at such a large rate, in part to Sloane Staffing, that they are moving into a bigger office later on this year to accommodate for their growing team. DR has been recognized by Inc. 500, Business Insider, and even Forbes magazine. They were even ranked as number 262 on the INC. 500 list. The list actually contains the top 5,000, but the first 500 get published. They even help us with our own digital marketing! They can help you get on the first page of search results, which we all know if key to keeping your business one step ahead of the competition.
We thank all of our clients in trusting us to hire the best employees for their businesses. For a full list of the companies we provide staffing services to in South Florida, check out our client’s page. Or, to become a client of ours, contact us today at 561.512.8989.
All companies want it: thousands of followers, tons of likes, comments, post engagement, and re-tweets and shares on their social media sites, with the ultimate goal of their content going viral. Here at Sloane Staffing, a company staffing West Palm Beach, we are often asked how to make this happen. Because we all know, the stronger social media presence equals more business. So, here are our top tips for enhancing and growing your social media channels:
Leverage your blog. Your blog is your number one tool, and crucial to driving traffic to your website. The best advice we can give any business owner is to take a class on SEO, and learn all about the Google “spider.” If you don’t know what we are referring to, then you definitely need to take the class!
Showcase your team members. Literally putting faces behind names adds a touch of personal elements to your website and your blog. Users feel more connected and are more likely to do business with you. We personally love what Warby Parker does here: https://www.warbyparker.com/culture
Stay up to date on current events. Everyday is a holiday in social media world, literally. National dog walking day, national ice cream day - the list goes on. Create content that links both your company and these holidays, and people will engage with them socially.
Share inspiration. One of our favorite things to post is quotes from thought leaders, or daily inspiration. You’ll be surprised - people will tag their friends, and so forth.
General engagement. People love to voice their opinion. Sites like Facebook and Instagram now have new features where you can create a poll and cast a vote. Try that out and see how well people engage with your sites.
For more tips and tricks on how to be one of the top companies on social media, call us today, a company staffing West Palm Beach, at 561.512.8989.
Executive recruiters in South Florida see it ALL the time: hiring managers are frustrated that candidates are not applying to their jobs. We are here to help with that. Partnering with a staffing agency, such as Sloane Staffing, will allow you to not only receive more resumes for the jobs you are hiring for, but more qualified resumes. When you reach out to a recruiter to help you with your candidate search, be sure to fully optimize the job description. What does this mean exactly? Here are our top reasons why your job description is not fully optimized:
The Job Description Is Poor. Beef up that description so candidates aren’t guessing what they are going to be doing for a living. Including as much information as you can will also help to weed out unfit candidates who may be applying. Format is also important. Do not write the job description out as one long paragraph, no one will take the time to read that. Break it out into paragraphs, or sections. We suggest bullet points, like this: https://www.indeed.com/hire/how-to-write-a-job-description
Pay Rate Is Not Included. Candidates will most likely breeze over your job if you don’t include pay rate, whether it be hourly or salary. You would want to know too just how much money you would be making if you were apply for a new job! It’s also important to include commonly asked questions, such as paid time off, holidays, sick time, work hours, etc.
The Job Description Is Wrong. Well maybe not wrong, but in the eyes of the candidate it’s not exactly what they are looking for. Be careful in what words you choose to use, or candidates may never find your job description in their search. For example, customer service representatives may be looking for jobs with the title “Customer Support Specialist” or “Customer Experience Agent.”
If you need help optimizing your job descriptions, reach out to Sloane Staffing today at 561.512.8989.
As we employ South Florida here at Sloane Staffing, one of the roles we often see filled too early is the customer service role. Although this role tends to be a lower salaried position, it is of the utmost importance that hiring managers and companies follow through with the same thorough hiring process as any other position. If you don’t have time to follow through on this process, it might behoove you to reach out to a staffing agency to have a recruiter help you. Your customer service team members are the first employees your clients interact with. They are the first impression of your company to the world. It doesn’t matter what industry you’re in, you need a good quality customer service team. And in times of need, your customers depend on you for service. With an emphasis on customer service, you gain a competitive advantage on your customer. There are also financial incentives for providing outstanding customer service. Store support estimates it costs at least six times more to gain a new customer than to retain one you already have. The best customer service also builds trust. People will stay loyal to you and repeat buy if they have a good experience. To get the best experience for your clients, you may have to pay a little bit more to hire the best customer service reps. But we promise you, this will be better in the end, resulting in es turn over and hires. In addition, poor customer service can lead to bad reviews online, which you never want! Word of mouth is so important. Without your customers, you wouldn’t have a business! So treat them the best possible way you can, with their first interaction with your company being the best one.
We know from personal experience and through staffing Delray Beach that more often than not, companies do not include their temporary employees enough in their company culture enough. This can be a huge issue because if your want to get the most out of your temporary workforce, you and your team should make every effort to include temporary employees in your company culture. Your temp workers will not only feel more included and integrated into your company, but they will gain respect for their management and the company as a whole. Think about it: if you expect your temp employees to be as integrated as you perm employees, than you should be treating them all the same. Also, temporary employees often turn into full-time employees anyway! Set a good example for your full time workers, and be sure to include temp workers in any company wide meetings, town halls, happy hours, etc. Also, ask your full time employees how the teams might better include the temp workers. It might not hurt to check reviews of your company on sites such as Glassdoor to see what your temporary employees are saying about you. Word about an employer spreads fast these days, especially with social media and employer review sites. If you make your temporary employees feel like outsiders, they may be quick to share their experience through anonymous posts and reviews. Make it a habit to read through your reviews, you might learn a thing or two!
Partner with Sloane Staffing today! Call us at 561.512.8989 to find out how we can help your company. We’ve been staffing Delray Beach for quite some time now and would love to help you and your company include your temporary workers more into your company culture.
So you just landed one of the coveted, sought after jobs in South Florida – congrats! While the job search and interview process are over, there is still work to be done in your first 90 days of employment. With many companies having a mandatory 90 day probation period (to test you out), this is your time to prove yourself, and your time to shine! Follow our four simple tips below to get you off on the right foot, from day one!
Introduce Yourself to People. Your first few months should be spent getting to know your co-workers and management team. If you want to make a great first impression, try introducing yourself at the watercooler or using the on-site facilities such as the gym to meet new people.
Be Proactive. Develop a routine from day one and offer to jump in and help anywhere you can. Your new co-workers will love to see you take initiative, and so will your new boss! Take notes when possible, and don’t wait for someone to tell you what to do. Pay attention and don’t hesitate to ask questions.
Understand Organizational Structure. Try to understand the larger picture of your organization. You should know who your team is and who you report to, but take it one step closer by researching your leadership team, and if possible, reach out to them to introduce yourself. You will be surprised, some might even entertain a lunch with “the new guy!”
Show How You Can Be Dependable. In addition to being proactive, reach out and ask where you can help – and follow that through. It will speak volumes in your first few months if you can help your team be more productive.
If you have any questions about our tips, or would like to reach out, please do! Call us anytime at 561.512.8989!
Are you a company in Delray Beach who is currently hiring? If you need help from a local hiring agency, look no further than Sloane Staffing! We will send you qualified candidates based off of your hiring needs. During the interview process, here are our five favorite ways to assess your prospective hires!
1. Read Their Body Language: From the moment the candidate walks in the door, let their body language do the talking. Look for things like posture, eye contact, and enunciation – these are all good indicators of a top candidate.
2. Watch Closely How Candidates Interact With Non-Interviewers: We personally love to see new hires walking around the office, smiling and waving at other employees who might not necessarily be interviewing them. Or saying “thank you” when a door is held for them. A friendly exchange in pleasantries can make all the difference.
3. Ask Off The Wall Questions, Or About Their Passions: It’s O.K. to divert away from the typical interview questions. You will be working with this new person for 40+ hours a week! Ask about their interests outside of work, and see if they line up with the other members of the organization. Check out this list of 20 off the wall interview questions for examples.
4. Ask The Typical CEO Question: Try asking the hypothetical CEO question; “What would you do differently if you ran this company?” A candidate who gives candid feedback is usually a good hire. Who knows, you might learn something here!
If you are hiring in Delray Beach and need new ways to assess your potential new candidates, we hope these four ideas above help. For further information, feel free to reach out to Sloane Staffing, at 561-512-8989.
Whether it’s a weekly, bi-weekly, stand-up, or Monday morning team meeting, gatherings of employees are an essential component of any work environment. Unfortunately, some meetings often drag on longer than they should, or don’t communicate effectively, and both are a waste of everyone’s time and company money. It’s important to have these meetings to promote team collaboration, provide information, and allow for feedback or discussion. To ensure you are running a successful meeting, check out our seven tips below.
1) Make a connection with everyone in the room, this will get their minds brainstorming and will help keep everyone on the same page.
2) Have a goal in mind. Spend some time planning the meeting agenda.
3) Stick to the agenda! This is crucial. Assign a timekeeper if needed to help you stay on track.
4) Link the agenda with your mission. Every meeting should have a mission related the discussion to keep team members aware of what they are doing and what they have to do for the growth of the company.
5) Encourage participation. Ensure everybody is included. Give others the opportunity to lead the conversation. Or, ask a question and go around the room one at a time for answers so everyone can participate.
6) Take note/write down actionable items. Be sure to recap the meeting so you can follow up afterwards. At the end of each meeting, the managers can also ask certain questions like,
· “What are the tasks to be done in the next week?”
· “What new strategies did you learn from this meeting.”
7) Have some fun! Play a funny video clip or add in a game to keep employees engaged.
Do you have any other tips or fun ways you engage your employees during your team meetings? We would love to hear from you! Sloane Staffing, Employing South Florida – 561.512.8989
We know not all companies are in a position to hand out company bonuses and stock options. If you are struggling to keep your employees engaged, below are some of our recommendations to make them happy. Because we all know, happy employees make for a happier workplace!
1) Try offering to let them work remote or work from home more. We live in a world where most work can be done from home with a computer.
2) Add some fun. Bring some games to the office, add a pinball machine, or take them for an outing like mini golf– and do it during work hours so they aren’t missing time with their families after work.
3) Communicate well and often. Employees are more engaged when they feel they can talk to their manager. Accessible managers often see better results.
4) Try a bring your child/dog to work day. This type of fun, family inclusion will show your employees you really care.
5) Throw a party for your employees! If you are O.K. with alcohol in your office, there is no harm in throwing a champagne toast to celebrate recent accomplishments.
6) Help your employees get really good at their job. Trainings and seminars are a great way to boost the skills of your employees. And people enjoy doing what they are good at!
7) Thank your employees for good work. You would be surprised how far a hand written note can go!
Above are just some of the ways to motivate the people at your work. If done correctly, you can transform the way your employees see their job and the company. For any questions, reach out to Sloane Staffing at 561.512.8989!
As a hiring agency in Delray Beach, we hear it all the time – and we get it. Mustering up the courage to tell your current employer you are leaving can be nerve-wracking. It can be exciting to receive a job offer from a new company, but scary to tell your boss you’re leaving. To lessen the fear that goes along with giving your notice, you must first remember that you are not letting anyone down. It can be very common to feel like you are disappointing your manager or co-workers, but this simply is not the case. Don’t let them pressure you into feeling this way, they should be proud of you and excited for your new opportunity. Also, be sure to give your notice the proper way, at least two weeks in advanced. Tell them you will be with the company for the next two weeks and will be happy to wrap up any projects you are working on or train a new hire if they replace you. Don’t forget to thank your employer for all they have done for you. We recommend a simple hand written note. Even if you did not like your job, chances are you still learned something and those skills helped you land this new, these can go a long way. And you never know, you may cross paths with these people again so it’s important to leave on a good note. It should be exciting that you are taking on a new role. And be just that –excited! It is a great accomplishment to land a job and beat out other qualified candidates. You should be proud of yourself. We know that leaving a position can be uncomfortable or even awkward, but amazing things can happen when you try something new. Contact us anytime at Sloane Staffing, 561-512-8989.
Have you recently landed a job interview with one of the companies now hiring in Delray Beach? Practicing your interview questions and answers? It’s great to be prepared for you job interview, but the interview is just the beginning. It is equally important to leave a good impression AFTER the interview is over, as this is your last opportunity to to make your mark on your potential new employer. Here are some post-interview tips to help make you stand out.
- Send a thoughtful followup note or email. Within 24 hours of your interview, Take a few minutes to send a quick email to the person or persons you interviewed with. Aren’t able to get their email addresses? Sending a personalized hand-written note to their office is even better.
- Record some notes from the interview. Even if you have to quickly jot down some notes in your car immediately following the interview, try and write down as many pertinent details as you can remember. This information will be helpful to you when sending your follow up note.
- Give feedback to your recruiter or HR contact. If you are working with a staffing company like Sloane Staffing, give your feedback right away to your recruiter. Be honest with them on how you think they interview went, and tell them everything you can remember. Then, the recruiter will be able to give you the feedback he received from the hiring manager.
Congratulations on landing the job interview, but remember the work is not over when you walk out of the interview! Follow our tips above to help make you stand out from other candidates.
We want to hear from you! Tell us what you do after a job interview. Leave us a comment!
If you’ve recently landed one of the Delray Beach jobs that are hiring, or are going in for an interview in South Florida, it’s always a good idea to be over prepared to land the job. Unfortunately, you may experience some uncomfortable questions during your interview, and it’s best to know how to handle these situations. Any questions that bring up your age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, or religion are off-limits. An employer might ask you one of these (illegal) questions:
-How old are you? Are you a baby boomer?
-When did you graduate from high school? How long have you been working?
-Are you married? Is that a heterosexual or homosexual relationship? What does your husband/wife do for a living?
-Is English your native (first) language?
-Are you pregnant? Do you have any children? Do you plan to have children soon?
-What religious holidays do you practice?
-What is your ethnicity?
-What country are you from?
-Have you experienced any serious illnesses in the past year?
-Do you have any outstanding debt?
-Do you socially drink? How’s your health?
Always remember that these questions are illegal for an interviewer to ask you and under no circumstance do you need to answer. We always suggest that it is best to refuse to answer the question. However, if you are comfortable with the interviewer, maybe you know this person or have met them before, and you believe their intentions are honorable, it’s OK to answer. We suggest practicing your answers to some of these questions before your interview in case they do come up. Remember, don’t be afraid to refuse to answer these questions when in an interview for a Delray Beach job that is hiring.
So you’ve landed a job interview with one of the coveted Delray Beach jobs that are currently hiring. Maybe you’ve been working with a staffing firm in Delray, such as Sloane Staffing, to help secure you the interview you’ve always wanted. If you are wondering what you can do to ace that big interview, here are just a few of our favorite tips.
1) Research and Role Play For The Interview
Prior to your interview, do some research about the company. Look them up online, research their competitors, learn about some of their recent accomplishments. Find out what you can so you aren’t walking in to the building completely blind about the company and what it is that they do. It’s also a good idea to practice for the interview. Whether that’s reciting some lines in front of the mirror by yourself, or using a friend to ask you some of the most common interview questions.
2) Dress To Impress
When doing research about the company, try and investigate what the culture and the dress code are like. Ask your recruiter you have been working with or the hiring manager you had a phone interview with how they would suggest you dress for the in-person interview. Even if their work environment seems business casual, and even if your interview is on “casual Friday,” you will still want to probably wear business formal attire on your first visit to the building. Remember, first impressions are everything!
3) Follow Up After Your Interview
This may come as a surprise, but some people forget to follow up with a “thank you” after their interview. This can be done with a hand written note or a simple email. This step is crucial as skipping it can take you out of the running for the job. A thank you note also gives you the opportunity to touch on some points that weren’t discussed in the meeting, or even ask some questions you forgot to ask while you were in the building. We like Forbes’ ways to follow up after an interview.
Follow these steps above to ace your job interview and show those Delray Beach jobs hiring that you are a professional and you take your job seriously.