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  Networking – What you might be missing
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
I met with a VP at a public relations agency, Mary, a few months ago. We talked about LinkedIn and how it is an important resource for job search, and for career management. I know many people are not on LinkedIn and many others feel they don’t need to be. Some professionals are at the top of their career path, or even the tails end of their career and don’t see the need for continued networking. I disagree with this perspecti...
 
  New Employees Can Mean Trouble | Managing Team Chemistry
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2011
A filled vacancy starts with optimism. The boss is high on what the new employee can add to the team. Existing employees are relieved they didn’t have to absorb more work. Bosses usually start with an announcement before the person shows up. Employees hear about the new hire’s capabilities and experiences. They often hear high praise for how s/he will strengthen the team. Enough already! New employees mean change....
 
  Top 10 Communication Faux Pas With Your CEO
by Suzanne Bates - Apr, 2011
We all make mistakes with the boss, and some leave a pretty healthy scar. My own list is robust and impressive. When you put your foot in your mouth, mess up, fail to communicate, or send a message you never intended, there’s only one thing to do - apologize and learn. As Conrad Hilton once said, “Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes but they don’t quit.” When I was a young reporter in Rockford Illinois, I...
 
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  GetHired!™ Use Your Network
by GetHired!™ - Apr, 2011
Post your resume so employers can find you easily. Employers' top strategies to finding candidates are through online job sites. Start your job search with GetHired!™ Utilizing the right resources, tools and services, we make it easy for you! GetHired!™ Resources are h...
 
  Celebrating Kindness Day – How to help a job seeker
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2011
Today, my colleague Phyllis Mufson invited me to participate in “Kindness Day.” Via her blog, she suggests perpetrating kindness via Twitter by doing and tweeting acts of kindness, using the hashtag (search tag) #Kindness. Writing about job search and interacting regularly with job seekers, I thought it made sense to also contribute a brief blog with tips about how to be kind to job seekers. It’s very easy to make half-hear...
 
  How to make it easier to find you online
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2011
Job seekers often hear how important it is to make it easy to find information about you online. Why? A Cross-Tab research study, Online Reputation in a Connected World, points out: - 75 percent of HR departments are expected to research candidates online - 89 percent of hiring managers and recruiters review candidates’ professional online data - 86 percent of employers believe a positive online reputation influences t...
 
  Should Your Resume Have a QR Code?
by Lindsey Pollak - Mar, 2011
I posed this question on Twitter recently and received mixed responses from job seekers, recruiters and others. Some people said they’re already seeing QR codes on resumes (one person mentioned seeing them on professional conference badges as well), other people think the trend is too aggressive and won’t catch on and still other people replied, “Um, what’s a QR code?” Before we go on, let’s answer that last question first....
 
  Networking: Business cards are NOT optional
by Hallie Crawford - Mar, 2011
A few years ago, I was giving a presentation at a Re:Focus on Careers event (this is a great networking group by the way). A man who was job searching came up to me and we started talking. He was asking me questions, and when I asked for his contact information, he had to scribble his name on a ripped up piece of paper. I wasn’t even in a position to hire him and I was not impressed. Imagine doing that same thing with a prospe...
 
  Get Started with GetHired!™
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
Are you ready to GetHired!™? We’ve created a collection of resources to help – everything from checklists, examples, how-to’s and templates to help you get hired. If you are looking to learn more about job search or have your questions answered, we’re happy to help! Register to gain access to exclusive content to help with your job search! Learn from “how-to” articles on t...
 
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