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Thursday, 23 June 2016

Discover Yourself at Discover Rehmann

Written by Paloma Shah

The Discover Rehmann leadership program is a one-day leadership and learning event tailored to provide you all the information you need to answer the pivotal question, "Is Rehmann the right fit for me?" While college is a time to explore and expand horizons, it's also a time when students feel pressured to make big decisions - geography-related, family-related, and of course, career-related. Leadership programs, like Discover Rehmann help make those massively big decisions not seem so massively scary. This year's Discover Rehmann leadership programs were held in our Troy, Saginaw, Grand Rapids, and Toledo offices, and they were a HUGE hit!..

Thursday, 19 May 2016

4 Twitter Accounts That Will Teach You More Than You Expected

Written by Paloma Shah

Social media is not just for socializing anymore. Sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and even Snapchat can be resources for some unexpectedly useful information too! Here are 4 Twitter accounts from which I think ANY business professional can benefit!   Inspiration: @SimonSinekSimon Sinek, an author, strategy expert, and thought leader is perfect for a small dose of inspiration...

Tuesday, 09 February 2016

3 Email Newsletters You Must Subscribe To

Written by Paloma Shah

As a business professional, it's vital to stay informed of the vast array of things going on around you from business ventures to political warfare to world economies. Subscribe to these brief email newsletters to stay abreast on all of these topics in 10 minutes or less. The Skimm It's news straight from two ex-NBC professionals. These successful females have wit, spunk, and sass that appeal to the masses – and it shows in their morning newsletters...

Tuesday, 19 January 2016


Written by Becky Guenther, HR Manager

... YET. Here's what you need to know to make an informed decision about the future of your career. It turns out that money won't buy happiness for everyone, at least as far as a rewarding career is concerned...

Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Successfully bridge the gap between graduation and day one

Written by Pam Strohmeyer, PHR, SHRM-CP

Graduation day will be here before you know it, and “what’s next” could be anything. If you’re one of the 1.8 million people expected to graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in 2016-2017, pursuing employment might be next. Maybe you’re part of the nearly 27 percent of grads enrolling in graduate school within a year...

Friday, 15 January 2016

Question 1: What questions should I be asking?

Written by Paloma Shah

You have likely heard time and time again the importance of asking thoughtful questions at the end of the interview. Recruiters, career experts, hiring managers, and others stress this theory for two main reasons: Asking thoughtful questions shows that you did your research and that you truly care about the job for which you are applying. These questions can be a vital tool in deciding if a job or company or team is the right fit for you. While the theory of "fake it 'til you make it" applies to several parts of life, it doesn't quite apply to interviews!..

Thursday, 03 December 2015

Wondering How to Grow Your Brain?

Written by Paloma Shah

Okay, no, I can't literally help you grow your brain, but this still might help! Is the phrase "curiosity killed the cat" a familiar one to you? Well, it's a lie. Curiosity got the cat noticed by his boss, which got him a promotion, which in turn provided him a salary increase...

Thursday, 19 November 2015

Drats! I Ran Out of Space On My Resume!

Written by Paloma Shah

It may seem you do not have any more space on your resume, but you probably have more than you think! Get creative with these tips to maximize the amount of content you can fit on a single page. Put all your contact info on a single line, separated by bullets Look for opportunities to combine other items onto one line Put things in tables with multiple columns whenever possible (classes, computer skills, etc.) Decrease the size of your margins (just ensure it still prints without cutting off content) Decrease the size of your font (just ensure it's still legible by the average person) Change your font style Rearrange the location of your section headers Remove repetitive bullet points that do not add marginally increased value Ensure all content is single-spaced  Still don't have enough room?..

Thursday, 05 November 2015

The Elevator Pitch Made Easy – Student Edition

Written by Paloma Shah

An elevator pitch is a 30 to 60-second sell on you and your experiences. It sounds easy, but it takes practice to create a personable, professional pitch that convinces an employer that you're capable and qualified. Read below for the need-to-know basics to knock it out of the park!  Where do you use an elevator pitch?..

Thursday, 22 October 2015

MUST-Know Tips for Phone Interviews

Written by Paloma Shah

Phone interviews are a common way for employers to do an official screening or at least an initial screening of applicants. Practice all the same tactics you would for any other in-person interview, but continue reading to learn some best practices for phone interviews in particular! Reserve a quiet place for the interview. A quiet place will help you avoid distractions and background noise, both of which may appear unprofessional in the eyes of the interviewer...

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