Tips for Post-Interview Follow-Up

While getting an interview with a potential employer may feel like a battle in itself, it is often what happened during and after that can help you turn that interview into a job offer. While preparing for your next job search, do not forget to have a follow-up strategy. We compiled some tips below to […]

How to Effectively Communicate with your Team

When working in a team – communication is key! Whether you are working from home or are back in the office, it is important to be able to communicate effectively with your team. We are sharing a couple of quick tips and tricks to keep an open line of communication. Share Important Updates Working in […]

Recruiting 101 – Terminology

Amotec recruiters focus on finding the top talent for our clients, but what does that look like. In this mini blog series Recruiting 101, we will breakdown different aspects of a recruiter’s job. In this first part, we wanted to share some of the most common terms used by recruiters for internal and external use, […]

Skills Recruiters Look for in Candidates

Beyond your job title, many factors can make your resume stand out to recruiters. If you’re currently looking for a new job, you want to make sure you are putting your best employment profile out there so you can get in front of the hiring manager quicker. Commitment The first skill that jumps out to […]

Tips For Drafting A Strong Cover Letter

Cover letters are often one of the great pain points when looking for a new job. Whether you’re a strong writer or not, constructing a letter to a future employer can bring on an abundance of doubt. In order to help you combat your cover letter anxiety, we have put together some quick tips to […]

Elements of a Strong Mission Statement

Has your organization considered who might be reading your company’s mission statement? Whether it be a competitor, investors, employees, or candidates, it is important to have a clear and concise mission statement. Your mission statement should be succinct, it should inform and it should engage. When writing or reviewing your mission statement, it is essential […]

Spring Cleaning Your LinkedIn Profile Part 2

It is that time of year again! Time to spruce up your LinkedIn profile. Last year, we shared about adding your LinkedIn profile to your spring cleaning list. We wanted to remind you of these topics and add to them because you always want to put the best representation of yourself out there for others […]

Ten Resume Mistakes That Break A Recruiters Heart

Unsurprisingly, mistakes on a resume are the #1 error recruiters see. A resume is a career representation of yourself and you always want to give the best impression. With Valentine’s Day around the corner, we thought we’d take a look at the most heartbreaking mistake we see. Old Contact Information Double-check your contact information on […]

Tips and Tricks for Networking

For many, figuring out how to present your best self to potential employers at a networking event is stressful. Networking is about representing your professional self in the best possible way while staying true to your experience and skill set. Whether it be virtual or in person, here are several tips and tricks to help […]

Five Perks For A Company That Aren’t Costly

When looking to attract new talent, many companies try to identify the sweet spot between perks and pay. However, benefits can become very costly to a company. How do you still attract the right candidates even if you do not have all the same perks as your competitor? It is important to be creative. Below, […]