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  FAQ - GetHired!™ - Resumes & Cover Letters
by GetHired!™ - Apr, 2011
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - RESUMES & COVER LETTERS Q: How do you tactfully answer the questions if you were fired/let go from a job? You’ll want to put some good thought into this ahead of time. Every situation is different, but you don’t want to disparage a former employer regardless of how you may feel about the situation. Try to differentiate between how the job that wasn’t...
 
  GetHired!™ Guide Chapter 2 - Writing a Cover Letter
by GetHired!™ - Apr, 2011
WRITING A GREAT COVER LETTER Cover Letters are an area where many job seekers struggle. Once you’ve got the hang of it, however, they’re fairly straightforward. We’ll show you the proper format and a couple of quick tips that will make your letter stand out from the masses. Cover letters have a specific purpose: A Cover Letter is: An opportunity to “sell” yourself A place to differentia...
 
  5 Interview Questions to Learn If a Job Seeker is an Exceptional Team Player
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
One of the key concerns employers express about new employees is whether or not they could become exceptional team players at work. Since past behavior is the best indicator of future behavior, employers need to ask job interview questions that might demonstrate if the job seeker has been an exceptional team player in the past. These five job interview questions can assist employers to examine the job seekers' record of contri...
 
  A Strategy for Work/Life Balance
by Thomas J. Denham - Apr, 2011
We have more to do now in our personal and professional lives than ever before. We are ruled by haste and urgency; we race from one thing to the next. The result: we feel fragmented and often depressed. There is so much mental clutter in our minds that it is sometimes hard to even start. Achieving balance comes from regularly answering a series of questions. Here is my ten step plan: 1. Become Aware - The very first s...
 
  Average Students Can Compete For Good Jobs
by Bob Roth - Apr, 2011
Good paying jobs with respected employers attract the attention of many highly qualified college students. That means that the competition will be stiff. Therefore, students who plan to compete must find ways to stand out from the competition. Many students achieve average grades (C+, B-) in college. However, as you know, many employers only seek students with a CUM of 3.0 or higher. That means that average students mus...
 
  Dream Job – Making It Real
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
I spoke at the Junior League of Atlanta Wednesday night on “Find a job you love: 6 Steps to clarify your career direction”. It was a great event. I was thrilled to receive this feedback from one of the participants: “Enjoyed meeting you last night is such an understatement! Like I said, I got more out of that hour and 15 minutes than I did in most of my college classes! I went home and talked my husbands ear off about it!”. As...
 
  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...
 
  Job-hunting tips for new college grads
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
I wanted to respond to a few of the points from this article on MarketWatch.com, “Job-hunting tips for new college grads”. The author touches on some questions I often get asked by my clients who are job searching, so the issues addressed I find very relevant. Here’s my take on some of the questions she addresses: Should you follow a boyfriend/girlfriend to a new city if you don’t have a job? I don’t think this is a g...
 
  SETTING BOUNDARIES: THE PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT
by Wendy Adams - Apr, 2011
How successful do you want to be? If you prescribe as many do, to the Psychological Contract, you expect to at the very least feel as if you are supported in your success on the job. Whenever an employee and employer enter into a relationship, there are assumptions that they share the same or similar beliefs around the arrangement. Basic needs for success on the job must be met through the provision of resources. These re...
 
  Should you leave dates off your resume?
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2011
Regular readers know I always tell my clients there is no ONE RIGHT way to conduct a job search. Best practices? Yes. Opinions on the best way to do things? Absolutely! The trick is to identify people who provide opinions based on actual information from people involved in hiring. Unfortunately, there are a lot of people advising job seekers based on nothing but their own experience, which may or may not translate effectively...
 
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