- Chew gum or yawn in front of recruiter
- Dress inappropriately- say no to sneakers, slippers, jeans or super tight clothing
- Crumpled, unedited or unformatted resumé
- Checking your phone or have phone in hand while speaking to recruiter
- One worded responses; saying “huh?” repeatedly
- Biting fingernails
- Bored or uninterested facial expressions—be in the moment
- Sarcastic or rude comments
One of the traditional events of college is the annual career fair. This is the opportunity for you to network, see what kind of jobs are in your field and practice your interviewing skills. To ensure that you do your best, here are some things you should NOT do.
You’ve submitted your claim, what's next? After some time, you will want to know the status of your claim and here are 3 ways you can check.
Phone: An easy and quick way to understand your claims status or get up to date information is by calling. Speaking with a claims representative can help clarify any concerns or questions you may have.
Online: This allows you 24/7 access to information about your claims and access to your EOB once claim has been fully processed.
Email: An option to get useful information in writing so that you can always keep as reference for any future questions or concerns.
Be sure to check out our claims procedures page for contact information for your claims administrator or check the back of your insurance card.
The international student community is as diverse as the countries from which students call home. Let’s take a look on the categories created for international students created by the World Education Services.
Largest group of international students and students in this group tend to be very prepared academically but may depend on student funding. They are often described as being “serious and astute”.
Students in this category tend to be strong, both academically and financially which gives them more options when selecting a school.
Those that fall into this group more often time interested in the study abroad experience and interested in the culture in their area and student life.
Give back to your community and help save lives by donating blood. Every January is celebrated as National Blood Donor Month as a way to spread the importance of donations. If you are in a position to donate blood, we encourage you to participate at your local blood drive.
Visit Red Cross or AABB for where you can go to donate today!
As the new year kicks into gear, it is important that you maintain health insurance coverage. Healthcare in the US can be expensive and it is good to consider this as your safety net in case of any unforeseen medical issues.
We encourage you to maintain your health insurance coverage with ISO and if your coverage has ended, to enroll as soon as possible.
2019 is the Year of the Pig! As many prepare to celebrate the Lunar New Year (Spring Festival), here are some interesting tidbits about this much cherished time of year.
Jiātíng| Gia đình | Keluarga | Family: This is the time when many reunite with family and loved ones. Since the celebration usually last for 15 days, many take this time to visit family to welcome the new year.
Things you should not do
Dumplings for you & dumplings for me
As part of the celebration, dumplings should be eaten everyday with every meal. It is believed that they bring you wealth.
Each year has an assigned zodiac sign which is an animal. The sign represents the whole year and not just the month. It is considered to be bad luck if your zodiac year is being celebrated and it’s recommended that you include red into your wardrobe. The positive side is that if you were born under the Year of the Pig, you are considered to be energetic, realistic and have an overall good personality.
Red envelopes & lanterns
Children receive special red envelopes with cash as gifts for the new year. It is a way of passing on blessings and good luck. Each Lunar New Year ends with the Spring Lantern Festival.
It’s the final chapter of 2018 and as we slowly bring this year to a close, we would like to express our sincerest appreciation for you, our members. We look forward to continue serving you and be the trusted experience that is always on your side.
We hope that the holidays are filled with joy and laughter and that the new year brings you happiest and success.
Thank you and Best Health for the New Year!
Every end of the year, we make promises for the new year and we cross our fingers that we will follow through. Most of the time, we stick with it for a time and if we are lucky, some of us stick through it for the entire year or longer.
So if you are the type to plan ahead or just to live in the moment, we hope that whatever you decide on, that you get through the year with a healthier mind and body.
Share with us on Facebook or WeChat your New Year’s Resolution! Give us some inspiration!
It’s that time of year when we loosen up our belt buckles and our “little break” from the gym gets extended. While the holidays is a perfect excuse to indulge in sweets and guilty treats, here are some tips to help with that
Thank you, sweat: Start your day off with a little exercise that will leave you feeling more energized during the day.
Eenie, Meenie, Miney, No: Now is a great time to pick, choose and refuse what you place on your plate. Self-control is now your best friend.
To eat or not to eat? That’s the question: Moderation is also your other best friend. It’s okay to have a little of your favorite dessert or foods, but the most effective part is knowing when to balance that into your diet.
Winter WATER-land: Even though it’s cold outside, your body needs to always stay hydrated. It helps with your digestion and calorie control. So whether it’s glasses of water or more water based foods, time to boost your water level.
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