Thriving At Work

Examples of Thank You Letters After a Job Interview

By Anne Shaw and professionally reviewed by The Hartford's Vocational Rehabilitation Team
You've worked hard on your job search. By submitting your tailored resumé, preparing for your job interview and then performing well during it, you've shown that you're a good candidate. Don't lose your momentum. Continue to... Continue

How to Prepare for An Interview

By Anne Shaw and professionally reviewed by The Hartford's Vocational Rehabilitation Team
Whether you're getting back to work after an extended period or pursuing an entirely new type of role, landing a job interview is an important step. S​​o, if you have one scheduled, pat yourself on the back! You're one step closer... Continue

How to Write a Cover Letter for Your Resumé [Examples]

By Anne Shaw and professionally reviewed by The Hartford's Vocational Rehabilitation Team
After tailoring and editing your resumé, you may choose to include a cover letter to increase your chances of getting an interview—especially if you know that a recruiter or hiring manager will be screening candidates. But this is the... Continue

Stay Organized and Own Your Career

Dahna M. Chandler, MPS
Organizational skills and career planning go hand-in-hand. Together they help you achieve the outcomes you want in your career. Being organized also gives you a sense of control and accomplishment, which can enhance your emotional... Continue

Finding Work-Life Balance for the Modern Age

Bana Jobe
When your career and home life are somehow off kilter, it can make you feel like you're not able to give either side the time and attention it deserves. And yet, here's the tricky thing about finding work-life balance, especially in... Continue