5 Things Bad Resumes Contain

Posted on July 14, 2014 by Abby.

Your resume is your best chance at making a good first impression. Do it well and you have a great shot at interviewing and landing the role. Do it poorly, and it is quickly glossed over and put in the pile of resumes that didn’t make the cut. Want to make sure you put your […] …read more

The Right (and Wrong) Ways to Quit a Job

Posted on July 7, 2014 by Abby.

Let’s face it, people quit their jobs for two reasons – they found something better or they just can’t hack it anymore. The mistake people often make is to quit a job inappropriately and then how they handled their last few days or weeks be what is remembered about them – not what they accomplished […] …read more

Our Top 6 Music Venues in Colorado

Posted on June 30, 2014 by Abby.

Colorado is perhaps best known for its proliferation of microbreweries, its professional sports teams, and the number of world-class ski slopes in the Rocky Mountains, but music aficionados (and most Coloradoans) know it also boasts one of the most vibrant music scenes in the United States. Denver itself has a number of venues that cater […] …read more

How Working in Denver is Different than Almost Every Other City

Posted on June 16, 2014 by Abby.

Denver’s unique culture is not just limited to what happens outside of 9 to 5, it encompasses what life is like within it as well. Similar to Denver’s social culture, the Mile High City has its own unique work culture and as most people who live in Denver will tell you, it makes living and […] …read more

4 Interview Disasters and Resume Blunders

Posted on June 2, 2014 by Abby.

At BWBacon we work with our clients to ensure we know every last detail of the role, the culture and what is needed out of the perfect candidate. Likewise, with our candidates, we make sure they clearly understand the position, the company for which they may work and tips on shining during the interview process. […] …read more

Planning for recovery begins with expecting the unexpected, reconnecting with your company values, and prioritizing flexibility in decision-making.

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