Vermilion Blog

  • By: Ken Bambace
  • Posted: May 9, 2017

Mindfulness, An Ally During Career Transition

Imagine what it would be like if we had some control over Nature. Envision the power we would possess if we could recharge or even increase the energy of our inner battery. Try to sense how, in your body, it would feel if we had even just a little more space or objectivity in reactive situations where we normally get triggered, tense up and contract.

  • By: Vermilion Talent
  • Posted: May 2, 2017

A Mindful Approach to Career Transition

Its May and we are being mindful - present with our thoughts, our intentions, and our actions. This is inherent to each of us, it just get buried given our harried lives. With this, we bring our attention to thinking about about the life we want to create. What does this look like? A big part of this is the work we choose in the next chapter of our careers.

  • By: Jeanette Gisbert
  • Posted: April 10, 2017

Benefits of Volunteering While Looking for Your Next Job

Jeanette Gisbert, Deputy Executive Director of Volunteer New York, shares her experience on how strategic volunteering can be a vehicle to re-enter the workforce after a career break or even to explore a career change. Volunteer New York! is a one-stop resource devoted to increasing volunteerism in Westchester and its surrounding communities.

  • By: Vermilion Talent
  • Posted: April 7, 2017

Faces of Vermilion: Kapila's Success Story

Lawyer and mother of 2, Kapila Juthani transitioned from being a stay at home to working part-time and is now the Assistant Director of Career Counselor at Pace University Law School. She shares her journey, important tips on interviewing, and her advice for the Vermilion Talent community.

  • By: Vermilion Talent
  • Posted: April 6, 2017

Mastering the Interview

This month we are highlighting interviewing, the art and science of selling yourself to a perfect stranger in 30 minutes. How do you communicate your core values, skills and abilities with confidence? Most of us cringe at the thought of this, but again, preparation is the key to mastery.

  • By: Jocelyn Greenky
  • Posted: March 13, 2017

7 Essentials For Building Your Personal Brand and Getting Back in the Game of Work

Office Culture and Politics Expert, Jocelyn Greenky, shares her perspective on how to build a personal brand and get back to your career. Relevant for those stepping back in to the workforce after a career break as well as those ready to pivot and transition into a new career.

  • By: Vermilion Talent
  • Posted: February 6, 2017

Tips & Tricks: Communicating with Confidence through your Personal Style

For those in the midst of a career transition, re-examining your personal style and curating a professional wardrobe is part of the process.

  • By: Vermilion Talent
  • Posted: January 27, 2017

Spotlight on Wendy Sachs, Author & Content Strategist

Wendy Sachs recently published her book, Fearless & Free, How Smart Women Pivot and Relaunch their Careers. After many pivots in her own career, Wendy shares her journey through the world of politics, media, and advertising.

  • By: Alison Sheehy
  • Posted: December 2, 2016

Tips & Tricks: Getting a Great Professional Headshot

Photographer Alison Sheehy shares her advice on how to get a great headshot.

  • By: Vermilion Talent
  • Posted: November 18, 2016

Spotlight on Sarah Hanawi, TED Resident, Executive Director of Purpl

Sarah Hinawi is a TED Resident and Executive Director of Purpl, where she directs and manages the operations of a 2+ million dollar trust devoted to personal and professional development.

  • By: Janet Krusche, Director of Human Resources at REIS
  • Posted: October 21, 2016

Tips & Tricks: How to Network Effectively

Networking is a key activity for anyone who wants to accomplish something. Just look at the popularity of Meetup, the online social networking portal, and you will see how important connecting with others is in all areas of our lives.

  • By: Vermilion Talent
  • Posted: September 16, 2016

Tips & Tricks: How to Highlight your Volunteer Experience

During a career break, many women contribute their skills, knowledge, and time to volunteering. We find that many women hesitate in counting volunteer activities as a job. We'll say it again, whether it is paid or un-paid, work is work, yielding experience, skill development, and achievements.

  • By: Vermilion Talent
  • Posted: September 2, 2016

Ready to Reclaim your Career? 8 Re-Entry Tips to Get you Back to Work

We hear many stories of why women find themselves in the midst of a career break, ranging from the irresistible lure of motherhood, unexpected health issues, relocation, downsizing, to caring for elderly parents.

  • By: Vermilion Talent
  • Posted: August 19, 2016

Spotlight on Leslie Bouchard, Senior Director Human Resources, Ethan Allen Global Inc.

We had the pleasure of getting to know Leslie and wanted to share her perspective on talent, the job market and getting back in.