Entries Tagged as 'Interview Tips'

What the Employer Really Wants

Career Tips , Education , Interview Tips , On the Job Tips

There are some work habits that all employers hope their new hires will have. How many of the work habits listed do you demonstrate?  Are there habits you need to improve?  Read more to find out!

Article found on www.abf.org


Eleven most important principles to integrate to become a better leader.

Career Tips , Hiring Decision Makers , HR , Interview Tips , Management Tips , On the Job Tips

Listening - Storytelling - Authenticity - Transparency - Team Playing - Responsiveness - Adaptability - Passion - Surprise and Delight - Simplicity - Gratefulness - The Golden Rule, Courtesy

By showing others the same courtesy you expect from them, you will gain more respect from coworkers, customers, and business partners. Holding others in high regard demonstrates your company’s likeability and motivates others to work with you. This seems so simple, as do so many of these principles — and yet many people, too concerned with making money or getting by, fail to truly adopt these key concepts.

Article insert from: Dave Kerpen CEO, Likeable Local, NY Times Best-Selling Author & Keynote Speaker


Job Seekers - Stand out from the crowd.

Interview Tips , Resume Tips

A feature is a fact about you -- experience, skills, education, etc.
A benefit is why an employer should care.


11 Job Search Commandments for College Grads

Career Tips , Interview Tips

Job Search For College Grads Stinks Right Now...
A recent article on Forbes had so many saddening statistics about the jobless rate of college students and the worthlessness of their degrees that reading it can be frustrating & depressing.
These 11 job search commandments are stepping stones for graduates to learn and utilize as they embark on their next big challenge: Landing a job.

By J.T. O'Donnell


Before an Interview: Anticipate, Prepare, and Practice.

Career Tips , Interview Tips

Candidates should go into an interview as if the job is the only role you want.
Know the role, the company, and be ready to explain how hiring you is a smart “return on investment” for your prospective employer.

Author: Elisa Sheftic


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