Career Development

Accuro Supports NC Chamber Women’s Leadership Conference

Accuro was proud to support professional women with its sponsorship of the 2018 Women > A Force in Business conference on October 30 in Raleigh, NC.Women > A Force in Business is an annual event hosted by the North Carolina Chamber. Over 1,000 women attended this year’s forum at...

How to Revamp Your “Boring” Resume (With Examples)

Your Boring Resume: They Snooze, You LoseJuly is National Anti-Boredom Month, so for the next few weeks, we want to focus on taking unique approaches to both job hunting and recruiting. Whether it’s creating a LinkedIn profile that will get recruiters’ attention, or on the...

Culture Challenges | Engaging the Remote Workforce

Since 2005, the non-self-employed remote workforce has grown by 103 percent. In fact, according to Forbes, 1 in every 5 employees works from home at least one day every week. The benefits of a remote or partially-remote workforce are obvious: employees can reduce or eliminate...

Company Culture | Why it Matters

Since 2005, the non-self-employed remote workforce has grown by 103 percent. In fact, according to Forbes, 1 in every 5 employees works from home at least one day every week. The benefits of a remote or partially-remote workforce are obvious: employees can reduce or eliminate...

Humility in the workplace, not just for leaders.

“Humility is not thinking less of yourself, but thinking of yourself less.” - C.S. Lewis We often hear how great leaders are humble.  This is an important attribute to have in team members as well. One of the biggest challenges in talking about humility is that we...

The Truth about what’s Holding You Back in Your Career

When it comes to advancing in your career having a mentor, a strategic growth plan, and certifications are all aspects that will help ensure your success. However, career advancement involves more than just credentials and networking. Presentation and communication skills are invaluable traits for professionals who...

How to Advance in Your Career

“All growth depends upon activity. There is no development physically or intellectually without effort, and effort means work.” – Calvin Coolidge Whether you are seeking a new career opportunity or career advancement, professional development is the key to reaching your goals. Here are three tips to help...

Do You Have a Strategic Growth Plan?

Have you ever thought about why so many successful companies spend the extra time and money every year to develop a Strategic Plan? If creating a strategy for growth is so crucial to an organization’s success, then why do so few individuals take the time...

Stuck in Your Career? This Could Be Your Breakthrough

As talent acquisition experts, it’s our job to identify top talent for our clients. There are literally over a hundred attributes we consider when assessing candidates. One attribute in particular separates the good candidates and employees from the best – being coachable. What is Coaching? Coaching is...

Why It Pays To Communicate

“The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” – George Bernard Shaw Effective communication between clients and vendors is vital to an organization’s success. However, what often starts out as a strong partnership can begin to dwindle over time; projects...

One Behavior That Is Destroying Your Manager-Employee Relationship

The best places to work are built on healthy manager-employee relationships, and yet there is one behavior that may be limiting your ability to retain your organization’s top talent: Blame No one is perfect. We all make poor decisions and mistakes. I daresay anyone wakes up in...

How to Lose Your Job Offer in 10 Minutes: Part II

Last week we shared mistakes candidates make that can cost them their job offer; this week we wanted to continue to ensure your success by sharing with you slipups to avoid during the interview. Mistake #1:  Not asking the right questions Before an interview it is crucial...

How to Lose Your Job Offer in 10 Minutes

As a talent acquisition firm our team has reviewed thousands of resumes and cover letters over the years. Throughout that time there have definitely been candidates who have stood out from the crowd, but not necessarily in the way you may think… As a new year...

Forget about Resolutions – Focus on a Word

New Years is known for being a time of reflection and resolutions; we think about what we accomplished and what we lacked and resolve to be happier and more successful in the coming year. But what if there was a better way? What if you took...

Post Interview Best Practices for 2015 and Beyond

When working with candidates, we are frequently asked about proper etiquette after the interview. Below are some of the best practices we’ve seen from top notch candidates: Closing the interview Every good sales person knows to do their best to close the deal before they leave the...

5 Tips for Mastering Any Interview

Ask any candidate applying for a job what they fear the most and they will most likely tell you the interview. It is common to get nervous, second-guess yourself, or even feel under-qualified during the interview process. If you were strategic in your job search and...

Playing to Your Strengths

When working in a team environment it is important to acknowledge the role that each employee plays in contributing to the overall success of a company. Making people aware of their strengths and the strengths of their coworkers is a great strategy for ensuring team...

Emotional Intelligence: A Factor in Predicting Employee Performance

When interviewing and selecting candidates hiring managers are looking for top talent; this means candidates who are educated, have experience and possess the skills that will make them successful in their new job. However, hiring a top performer is more than just a match in background...

3 Steps to Creating a Strong Culture in Your Workplace

Creating and maintaining a strong workplace culture is one of the most important aspects for ensuring the growth of a company. Studies have shown that companies that possess a strong workplace culture not only beat out their competitors in the categories of employee engagement and...

How to Keep Your Competition from Stealing Your Top Talent

September 19 is International Talk Like a Pirate Day, so we started talking about how we could join in the fun and give ye a few tips to keep ye in the fair winds. Well, blow me down, and didn’t we come to a fine realization...

Why A Leader’s Community Engagement is Important

In today’s dynamic business landscape, leaders are challenged with balancing an abundance of activities and critical success factors. Whether leading a team of employees, managing the company’s financial health or overseeing the organization’s branding or marketing activities, leadership requires the ability for one to keep...

How Volunteering Can Help Your Business

Not only is volunteering a great way to give back to your community it can also be a huge advantage in the business world. Here are a few benefits that volunteering can create for you and your company. Broaden your skill set and experiences It’s easy to...

4 Steps to a Better Work-Life Balance

In a world of iPhones, laptops and numerous other portable devices it can be a challenge to establish boundaries between your work life and your personal life. Many people struggle with competing responsibilities and engagements but there are actions you can take to improve your...

Resume Quick Tips!

In a passive application process, one where you submit your resume through a company’s website, your resume must first pass an initial screening by a company employee. This employee’s sole task will be to make sure that your resume reflects all of the essential requirements of...

How to be every recruiter’s dream candidate

I have worked with thousands of candidates over the years, literally – thousands. And there are just some candidates that you love working with. If you want to be one of those candidates that recruiters love to work with – which easily translates to getting...

3 Ways to Build a Strong Relationship with Your Manager

There is no doubt that starting a new job can be just as stressful as it is exciting. All at once you are learning a new role, getting to know coworkers and figuring out how to navigate your way in a new company. However, one of...