Category Archives: Boly:Welch 101

Boly:Welch 101: 10 Tips for a Successful Job Search Strategy

Although no one will tell you this, you can make your job search strategic – break it down into discrete steps to maximize your chances at every stage. The way most people look for jobs is outdated and unproductive. However, your search can – and should! – be so much more than that. Be aware

Continue Reading →
Boly:Welch 101 - Interview Tips (bolywelch.com)

Boly:Welch 101 – Hiring Managers Share Their Top Interview Tips

There’s a lot of interview advice out there. Most of it covers the same ground – have two copies of your resume printed (PSA: investigate the company culture before you print your resume!); dress nicely; have a firm, but not clammy handshake. Thanks, mom. Pretty old school. The kiss of death at some organizations. The

Continue Reading →

Boly:Welch 101 – The “Secrets” to Working With a Recruiter

You’ve probably heard negative stories about recruiters who don’t return calls or “headhunters” who pursue a candidate aggressively, only to disappear. If you listen to all the buzz, recruiting professionals seem to be more likely to lead people on and ghost than a bad Tinder date. If you’ve ever been frustrated working with a recruiter

Continue Reading →

Boly:Welch 101 – Making Your Network Work

If you’ve ever been intimidated by the thought of networking, we encourage you to reframe your perspective. Think about the last time you connected with someone online or at a networking event. Did you go into the conversation with an action plan of exactly what you wanted to get out of the conversation, having scouted

Continue Reading →
Winning Guide to Informational Interviews - Boly:Welch 101

Boly:Welch 101 – The Winning Guide to Informational Interviews

I got my job at Boly:Welch through an informational interview. My first “real” job as an attorney was pretty isolating – most of my day was spent reading medical records, and becoming increasingly somatic about it. A claimant would have carpal tunnel; I’d think I had carpal tunnel. A claimant had an aneurysm; I’d have

Continue Reading →