What can you do to be competitive when looking for a new job? Writing a quick resume late at night and applying for random jobs is NOT going to get you the job you are looking for. Is there an educational or university course being offered which could help you now or in the long term? What skills do you have to shine above and beyond other candidates. Make a portfolio of your accomplishments you have achieved in your academic or professional life. In the current economic climate employers…Continue
Added by Gavin Redelman on May 16, 2010 at 6:36am — No Comments
What’s better: Working for a small company or a large corporation?
When I worked for a large corporation I was convinced that it was the best way to get ahead in my professional career. Years later I worked for a much smaller business, and was then convinced that a smaller organization was definitely best for me. It is only now that I look back on both of those experiences and realize that there really is no definite answer.
I realized over time that…Continue
Added by Gavin Redelman on May 16, 2010 at 6:34am — No Comments
The jury has spoken!
Top 50 most Annoying Co-Workers:
The loud talkers,
The Open Mouth Chewer
The Blame Shifter
The Cubicle Ninja
The Rude co-worker
Top 10 Interview Blunders
What should you NOT do in an interview? A poll into interview blunders found that when hiring…
Added by Gavin Redelman on May 16, 2010 at 6:32am — No Comments
It’s no secret that the job application process has changed significantly in the past 10 years. Applicants used to send hard copies of their resumes and cover letters to hiring managers via email or fax, but most jobs today are posted online and applications are sent to hiring managers via email.
Applications still consist of cover letters, but the format of cover letters has changed a little bit in the online revolution. Cover letters used…
Added by Gavin Redelman on May 16, 2010 at 6:31am — No Comments
Added by Gavin Redelman on May 16, 2010 at 6:30am — No Comments
How many times have you picked up a magazine while waiting for an appointment and flipped through the hundreds of pages of articles? How long did it take you to decide whether or not to turn the page? Studies show that most people make this decision in less than 5 seconds.
This is the exact same scenario with your resume—it can be discarded within a matter of seconds. An example I always use to highlight this reality came during my experience as a recruitment…
Added by Gavin Redelman on May 16, 2010 at 6:29am — No Comments