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5 Steps to a Worry-Free Vacation

5 Steps to a Worry-Free Vacation

Going on vacation can be one of the most memorable and enjoyable things you will do in life, but the days and weeks leading up to the vacation can be down-right stressful if you have not lined up your professional responsibilities with you team. No matter what role you hold, if you plan on taking a vacation, it is your responsibility to ensure that the business can continue on without you while you are away. Not doing so can lead to emergencies at the office, confused or annoyed coworkers and supervisors, and parts of your vacation sidetracked by stress, worry, …

Positioning Yourself for More: My Journey to Corporate

Positioning Yourself for More: My Journey to Corporate

“I’m convinced that life is 10% what happens to me and 90% how I react to it.” – Charles R. Swindoll I feel that this quote set the foundation for my career with TitleMax® early on (thanks to my manager at the time, Dickson Sipemba!) What this means to me: be flexible and embrace change with an open and positive mind! Prior to working in the Dallas Corporate Office, I was a General Manager in the field. To say it was an adjustment is an understatement. I was so used to the everyday chaos that consumes a General Manager, that …

Nail Your National Hiring Day Interview! Four Tips from Our Recruiters

Nail Your National Hiring Day Interview! Four Tips from Our Recruiters

Showing up to an interview can be intimidating and you might not know where to start.  Don’t worry, the TMX Finance® Family of Companies has you covered! Our recruiters are pros when it comes to interviewing and these four tips will help you nail your #TMXNHD19 interview, or any interview, for that matter! “Come prepared to find your next CAREER!  This isn’t just about dropping off your resume, so be ready to interview! If you haven’t yet, follow us on Twitter, FB, and LinkedIn. Do a little research beforehand, so you can spend more time talking about YOU!” (Liz Lightfoot,Area …

Why You Should Attend #TMXNHD19

Why You Should Attend #TMXNHD19

If you read our previous post, then you know why our recruiters are excited about #TMXNHD19 and we hope you are, too! Now that you know why our recruiters are pumped for National Hiring Day, let’s hear why you should attend #TMXNHD19, our biggest hiring event of the year: “National Hiring Day at TMX Finance® Family of Companies is one of the most exciting days of the year for our Company! It is a great opportunity to be a part of the excitement, get an interview “on the spot” and an opportunity to meet with a number of key executives …

Why Our Recruiters Are Excited About #TMXNHD19

Why Our Recruiters Are Excited About #TMXNHD19

In our efforts to remain #TalentObsessed, we rolled out a new idea for the Company last year: National Hiring Day.  It was a wild success and we had a blast pulling it off!  Well, guess what? We are BACK AT IT this year!   #TMXNHD19 | July 11th 2019 | 10a-7p We could not be more excited to be hosting this amazing, Company-wide hiring day with BIG goals and BIG results! This is a one-day event, where we come together as a Company, join forces, and host this giant hiring event. This event is held in every single one of …

Ace the Interview- Interview Tips from TMX Finance® Family of Companies

Ace the Interview- Interview Tips from TMX Finance® Family of Companies

Applying for your future opportunity is just the first step in propelling your career. Whether you feel completely confident or utterly nervous when you get the call to schedule an interview, it is best to prepare yourself for a successful encounter with what could become your future employer. If you want to ace your TMX Finance® Family of Companies interview, be authentic, be professional, and use these helpful tips. Before the Interview Do Your Due Diligence – Read up on the Company and familiarize yourself with culture, values, mission, and timeline. Review the job description for the position you are …

Balancing a Healthy Lifestyle

Balancing a Healthy Lifestyle

I’ve always been the kind of person who avoids exercise at all costs. Back in high school, I’d choose the weightlifting option in gym class while everyone else went to play indoor soccer. This decision was partially motivated by the fact that I could sit on the leg press machine for forty minutes doing absolutely nothing, and partially to avoid an inevitable indoor soccer injury (usually in the form of a broken nose). As I got older, it became much easier to avoid working out because of all the new excuses that adulthood brought to the table. I was always …

Define Your Drive: My Transition Into the Working World

Define Your Drive: My Transition Into the Working World

I have worked at TMX Finance® Family of Companies for almost 2 years now, and have held a few different titles so far! I started out as the Front Desk Coordinator, moved to the Corporate Operations Coordinator position, and I am now the Talent Program Coordinator in the Talent Acquisition department! When I graduated from Georgia Southern University (Go Eagles!) with a marketing degree in May of 2017, I honestly had no idea what I was going to do. I had interviews here and there, but my initial plan was to stay in Savannah and the offers I received before …

4 Steps to Igniting Your Career Love

4 Steps to Igniting Your Career Love

February is the month of love. A time where we show gratitude and extra attention to our loved ones, our spouses, and our families. It can also be a great time to show your career some love, too! Our careers can be considered a huge part of how we define ourselves. We love to show our gratitude to others, but it’s important we celebrate our careers, as well! Just over a year ago, I started my career with TMX Finance® Family of Companies. It was a scary transition because I thought I truly loved my previous position and company. I …

A Brand New Ball Game

A Brand New Ball Game

It has been over 13 months now since I last laced up my spikes. It is safe to say that I have officially ‘hung it up’ with my baseball career. I have transitioned from pitching a ball to a catcher to assisting in the resolution of a wide array of employee cases. To some, this transition may seem totally unrelated and independent of one another. In my eyes, these two worlds join forces in ways you may never have thought possible. This transition was an opportunity for me to apply everything baseball has taught me into the corporate world. The …

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