Is That Recruiter for Real? How to Spot Red Flags in Food and Beverage Recruiting.

When it’s time to start looking for a new food and beverage industry job, it’s tempting to get excited about every email from a recruiter or job board. But how can you tell when a recruiter isn’t real?     Stay Wary, Stay Smart  It’s not impossible to find a reputable food industry headhunter who’s working with clients… Read more »

You Don’t Have To Pay Big Bucks For Job Search Support

You’ve worked long, hard hours for years to make your place in the food and beverage industry, but now it’s time to move up in your career and find a new position. There are plenty of ways to start the search, including working with headhunters and scanning job boards for something that might be right for you…. Read more »

Your Resume Is Not the Only Thing That Will Land You the Job

Have you spent hours editing, updating and sending out your resume only to land hardly any interviews? With so much attention given to resumes, it’s easy to forget about the other critical components of a successful job search. There are many facets employers take into consideration when evaluating candidates’ qualifications, skills and expertise. As a… Read more »

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: Pros and Cons of Including a LinkedIn Photo

As most of us scroll through LinkedIn’s list of “People You May Know,” we automatically categorize profile pictures into one of three categories: The Good: people with professional photos that make them appear confident and competent. The Bad: people whose photos are blurry, poorly lit or awkward. The Ugly: people whose photos are so inappropriate… Read more »

Using Social Media to Find Your Next Food & Beverage Job – Even While You’re Employed

Finding a C-level or executive management position in the food & beverage industry while you’re employed can be a tricky proposition – if you don’t know what you’re doing.  Sure, social media can help you instantly connect with hiring decision-makers and learn about job openings in real time.  Injudicious use of these platforms, however, can… Read more »