Finding a Job Can Be Scary and Complicated – But It Doesn’t Have To Be. The job of the professional recruiter is to simplify your job search, connect you to the right job, and prepare you to get hired.
It is a fact! Thank-you notes still make a positive impact on employers, and they enhance your chance of getting the job you want for two main reasons: they give you visibility and are your final audition
It's important to understand what the human resources department looks for in a candidate because HR is the door you have to pass through to get into most companies.
In my last blog article, Don't Hate Those Tricky Job Interview Questions. Embrace Them!, I wrote about the interview questions we all hate, such as: What are your strengths? What are your weaknesses?
You are in a job interview for your entry-level or next-step job. You're nervous already, then the interviewer asks a question that throws you. You feel like a deer in the headlights wishing you could turn and run.
You're out of college and looking to start your career...
In my last post, Love Your Job And Give Your Customers A WOW Experience, I wrote about the “wow experience” you give to customers or clients when you love your job. I had that experience as a visitor to The National Portrait Gallery. From my first encounter with a staff member to my last, I was struck with the feeling, “Wow! These people love working here!”
It's another new year and time to take stock, set some goals, and make some plans for your career. A few lucky people can nail this. They know exactly what they want and have a plan to get there. But for the rest of us setting goals is hard.
Have you ever walked into a place, interacted with the staff and been suddenly struck with the feeling, “Wow! These people love working here!” That happened to me when I visited the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C.
The top people in every field share a common trait: self-motivation. They have their own internal drive to achieve, to plow through obstacles, and close deals that sets them apart.