Employment Services Blog
The latest in job search strategies, resume tips, and more! Written by Lutherwood staff.
Local Business Eases the Transition for New CanadiansFebruary 21, 2017
At Danby Appliances in Guelph, CEO Jim Estill has taken on an extraordinary commitment
You have the power to impact people’s lives for real and it is really simple.
Would you like to change lives? Being a mentor is a two-way positive experience. It is an opportunity to share your knowledge with others and also learn a different perspective.
3 Tips for Considering Self-Employment
Whatever your reason is for starting a business, there are several pitfalls which, if not avoided, can be very costly and time consuming.
Put Your Networking Card in the Employer Shuffle
Business cards are an important and valuable tool in building a business and growing your brand. As a job seeker, your personal brand is your business, so you can help your brand get recognized by developing a job seeker's card.
Customer Service Fuels His Passion
Jeremy saw his workplace burn to the ground. The good news is that everyone made it out safely. The bad news is that with only two months on the job, Jeremy was now out of work.
Swing for the Fences! And Knock that Interview out of the Park
Getting interviews is like making a connection with the ball.
Mature Workers: The Hidden Talent Pool
With the Baby Boomer population continuing to age, employers have a unique opportunity to tap into this hidden talent pool. Mature workers offer years of experience, transferable skills, commitment, dedication, strong work ethic, respect, eagerness to learn and an openness to constructive criticism.
Evidence it is Never Too Late to Get What You Want
If you ever felt you were past your prime, I can assure you that Shirley is a proven example that you can always exceed people’s expectations.
Benefits of a Summer Job
Securing a summer job is more than just getting a paycheck. It helps you acquire new skills, gain valuable work experience and is a great foundation for future jobs.
Transform Those Overused “Buzzwords” into Impact Statements
Responsible, strategic, creative, and analytical are some of the most overused “Buzzwords” people include in their profiles on LinkedIn, or in their cover letters and resumes. The Problem is not so much in the use of “buzz” words themselves, but in not attaching them with any meaning.