• Job hunters: Join us for LIVE From the Keyot Cafe to learn why your college degree doesn’t have to define your career
    Written By Haley Meissen, Crew212 Recruiter Earning a college degree is a huge accomplishment. But, how do you translate all your hard work into a fulfilling career? Keyot is hosting a series of virtual LIVE From the Keyot Cafe events to help recent grads with their job searches. The next free Zoom event, taking place …
  • Keyot remains strong and agile in our commitment to you
    This post was written by Anjie Cayot, Co-founder & President at Keyot. What makes you thrilled to get up each morning? At Keyot, we are passionate about helping our clients and consultants be successful. One of the best compliments I get from our clients is being told, “You really love this!” – and they say …
  • 5 questions to consider before you partner with a recruiter
    Written by Jeanine Rickson, Director of Recruiting As a consultant, in many ways you are trusting your career to the recruiter who is identifying potential job opportunities for you. Your relationship with that person and/or agency can have a huge impact on your career’s direction. You have a choice. Here are five questions you may …
  • How to Format a Resume – Help Us Help You!
    We talk to hundreds of great IT professionals every month. We also spend a tremendous amount of time on resume positioning. Not all consulting firms do that, but we do it because we want to effectively pull out your experiences and career interests. We do it to help a hiring manager see how your experiences …
  • Staying Positive When Your Client is “Nuts”
    If a client wasn’t growing, changing, implementing, building the organization of the future, they wouldn’t need a consultant.  If a client was content with the status quo, they wouldn’t need a consultant. That said, as a consultant you will find yourself on occasion questioning the past decisions or current decisions a client is making.  How …
  • Tips For the Job Seeker of a Certain Age
    Age….I was highlighted in the paper recently and the first thing mentioned right behind my name was my age.   I winced.  I work in an industry interviewing people and age isn’t something I can ask candidates about.    I couldn’t help thinking about the relevancy of putting it in the paper.   And just like the candidates …