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  Investing in an Interview
by Sherri Edwards - Oct, 2010
1. Know the organization. First of all, if you are only applying to posted roles on Craigslist or Indeed without researching companies ahead of time to be better aware of what is a fit for you, then you have put yourself at a disadvantage. It means you have to act quickly to get attention (within 24 hours), and, you have little time to get in touch with people to learn more before a call from the employer is expected. To...
 
  Job Fair A-Z: How to Effectively Navigate A Job Fair
by Staci Eggert-Dziedzic - Oct, 2010
A- Assertive job seekers make a positive first impression on employers. B- Bring multiple copies of your resume to distribute to those organizations that interest you. Come to the Workforce Development Center to update your resume and make multiple copies. C- Communicate your skills in a clear and concise manner. Focus on your experience, values and interests. D- Dress the part. Professional attire is appropriate for jo...
 
  Don’t wimp out on salary negotiation
by Elizabeth Freedman - Sep, 2010
Can you negotiate salary (or even ask for a raise) in this economy? You can and you should. Here’s the real question: Will you? Because salary negotiation is tough, many of us are using the economy as a reason to avoid it altogether. The bottom line: Don’t be one of these people. No matter how badly you want the job, have been out of work, or would be thrilled to have any kind of salary at all, those feelings will soon pass...
 
  Social Savvy for the Business Professional: The Art of Business Entertaining
by Valerie Sokolosky - Sep, 2010
With the holiday season fast approaching, it’s important to show your strong personal brand in how you behave during this fall’s upcoming social events. Knowledge is power! Let’s face it. Today’s executive must function with complete confidence from the board room to the dining room, from the sales call to the business lunch, from the cocktail party to the fine dining experience. Social savvy can make or break a deal and qu...
 
  Why No one is Calling You Back (and What to do About It)
by Louise Fletcher - Sep, 2010
The most common complaint I hear from job seekers is this: “I’m sending tons of resumes out and no one is calling me back.” I know how frustrating this can be from personal experience. I’ve been there myself back before I had my own business. You see the perfect vacancy – you just know you have all the right skills for it – and you are sure they will call you as soon as they see your resume. So when the phone doesn’t ring,...
 
  Kicking Yourself Only Slows You Down | Maintaining Career Momentum
by Dawn Lennon - Sep, 2010
Regrets—they’re inevitable. Some people say they don’t have them. That seems hard to believe. There are so many “dumb” things that we do throughout our careers, often without thinking or knowing, that we’d like to take back. Take stock I bet you can think of a few things that you’d like to do over like: Something said—I once let an F-bomb fly at an executive staff meeting. (They understood I had strong feelings,...
 
  How to convince your boss to allow you to work from home (telecommute)
by Nimish Thakkar - Sep, 2010
With rising gas prices and a shrinking economy, both employers and employees are looking for creative work arrangements that will save valuable resources. Some companies have adopted four-day workweeks, while others are encouraging employees to work from home. If you have ever cherished the desire to work in your pajamas, now may be the time to pitch for it. Fortunately, technology has made it easy. With video conferencing...
 
  How to manage your career during an economic downturn
by Nimish Thakkar - Sep, 2010
The economy is reeling under the pressures of a downturn. Unemployment rates are staggering and layoffs are at an all-time high. The current economic climate calls for a robust career management plan, one that will, despite the recession-like conditions, catapult your career to new heights. Consider the following tips: Take stock Evaluate your professional standing and key trends within your industry, company, and pro...
 
  Job-Clinching Interview Secrets and Tips
by Nimish Thakkar - Sep, 2010
The entire interview process is designed to sift the average from the extraordinary and to select the candidate who will be the “right fit”. To facilitate decision-making, hiring managers often leverage behavioral interviewing (an interview technique relying on past performance as an indicator of future success). Interview success is largely dependent on how the candidate delivers responses. Consider the following tips:...
 
  Salary Negotiation Tips
by Nimish Thakkar - Sep, 2010
When it comes to compensation, for many, more is always better. Yet, a vast majority of job seekers -- under the mistaken assumption that they don’t have a say on the salary negotiation table -- sheepishly accept the first offer that comes their way. It is true that a few industries, companies, and roles are not suitable candidates for the negotiation process, but universalizing such an assumption would be incorrect. Tradition...
 
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