Blog Posts

Find the Job You Love: Smart Networking Will Bring the Job to You

“Chase relationships, not job openings.” This is a mantra I share with everyone including boomers when it comes to networking. Power Boosting your Job Search The paradigm is shifting – job hunting is no longer a resume game. In the digital age, we have to be more proactive about nurturing a network of relationships to get […]

The key to engaging employees across different levels of management

The modern organization, riding the tailwinds of the internet, including professional social networks, job boards and a multitude of other resources finds it easier to hire for open positions than ever before. On the flip side, missing effective employee engagement strategies across the organizational hierarchy, it is equally easy to see dissatisfied and unengaged employees […]

It’s here!! The new, revamped Owiwi Website!

As Walt Disney said “we keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we’re curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths”. So here we are, opening a new door, a door of opportunities for everyone who visits our website. After months of hard work and dedication we are delighted to […]

How to Assess Junior Candidates?

Due to the fact that most graduates lack work experience, their assessment seems challenging to recruiters. Of course, when you are about to recruit a graduate, you are not expecting to find the best fitting job skills, so how can you make the best selection? The focus should be on their character and soft skills, […]

Hiring For Cultural Fit: Why and How To Do It?

We’ve received a lot of feedback from our readers on a recently posted blog post about “Why should someone hire for Culture Fit?”. Now, we realized how “hot” the topic actually is, as we saw how many recruiters are also studying it. As Anja Zojčeska, a Human Resources Manager of TalentLyft did. We enjoyed reading […]

First Job Interview in 20 Years? Here’s how to Nail It!

Many of us in the boomer generation are confronting a situation we never thought we would be dealing with: launching a second-act career in our 50s or 60s. Yet that is exactly what many of us are doing — bravely ripping up our old resumes and rewriting our life stories so that we can sync up with a world […]