Kinsa Group knows it can be a difficult, time- and resource-consuming process to search for the right candidates for specialized food and beverage industry positions. But, every day that passes with a position unfilled means more work for the remaining members of your team. The best solution might not be in sourcing an external candidate,… Read more »

September 2019 Kinsa CareerEdge Webinars

Our goal is to help you achieve career success. We offer weekly free career webinars on job hunting advice. A live question and answer period is held at the end of each webinar. This provides a great forum to instantaneously receive guidance to solve job search problems you may be facing.   Our March, 2020… Read more »

For job seekers, getting an invitation to interview is the first step towards a new career. To prepare for questions from a hiring manager, it’s prudent to do some preliminary research: look over the company’s website, seek out comments and reviews from candidates and employees, and scan their social media accounts to see how the… Read more »

employee walking out of the door after quitting

Are you inspired by the headlines about harsh, take-no-prisoners leaders? Want to really show your employees who’s boss? Congratulations! Your employees are probably looking for new jobs. Here’s the thing. We’ve all heard the truism “Employees don’t quit a company. They quit a manager.” And it’s true, managers are important. The best managers in my… Read more »

Ready to make a new start? Before you begin looking for a new job, take a look at your resume. Food and beverage industry recruiters and headhunters sift through dozens of resumes every time there’s a job opening. You want your resume to stand out; to provide the best first impression of you and your skills… Read more »

Whether your food and beverage company is a startup filled with fresh new ideas or an established institution looking to continue growing in the future, it’s crucial to have a strong, reliable and inventive leadership team. This isn’t just about the CEO and the highest-level executives; it’s about the managers and decision-makers who make the… Read more »

resume location

Omitting Your Location From Your Resume Is A Mistake Increasingly, we see candidates omitting their location from their resume and/or LinkedIn. That’s a mistake, for two primary reasons. Before going into those reasons, note that it’s perfectly acceptable not to include your full address, but at the very least you want to include your city… Read more »

Hiring managers in the food industry have a lot on their plates, especially at the start of a new year. In addition to your regular responsibilities, you may find yourself going through resumes to fill positions that became open during the holidays or to fill new jobs created to help manage growth expected this year…. Read more »

The calendar turns, and we’re suddenly in a new year. We have a blank slate on which to make a fresh start! Most of us will have resolutions about getting healthier, traveling more, maybe some other life improvement goals inspired by the start of another new year.  But what about your career?    Take a moment and… Read more »