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The terrible manners of employers who ghost on job candidates

My favorite morning radio segment is a series called “Todd & Jayde’s Blown Off.” In it, the pair of intrepid hosts try to help people who were ghosted after seemingly great first dates. 845 more words

Brexit Has Launched a New British Invasion of Job Seekers

With some economists predicting the U.K.’s likely exit from the EU will kick off a recession there, some Brits are taking no chances. They’re getting ready to move abroad. 194 more words


Job Interview Questions: Steer Clear of Sex Identity and Sexual Orientation

There are some interview or application questions that might elicit information that could get an employer into legal hot water if used to make an employment decision. 440 more words

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Aptitude Test Questions

The aptitude test questions are a set of questions designed to determine the problem solving, critical thinking ability, intelligence, and suitability of a candidate for a particular job. 219 more words

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Preparing for Interview

Finally, that company you desire to work with invited you for an interview. This means after the company went through you cover letter and resume has found you worthy to employ. 186 more words

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Tip 13: Be Yourself, Let Your Personality Shine

That’s just an example. Whatever you say throughout your cover letter should be in your own words. You want it to be direct and aggressive and to the point, but you also want your own personality to shine through. 882 more words

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Job Applicant's Criminal Conviction: When Can it be a Reason to Deny Employment?

By Leonard Brazil | 

Effective April 1, 2016, California Regulation 11017.1 was amended to further limit an employer’s policy to consider criminal convictions in rejecting a job applicant or take adverse employment action against an existing employee.   766 more words