Never ever, ever, ever, ever, go to an interview empty handed! The worst thing an applicant can do is show up for an interview unprepared. In my experience as a Recruiter/Hiring Manager, when a interviewee shows up to an interview with a pen and pad it showcases that they mean business and that they are interested in the position. 123 more words
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Its not over till its over.
In the last several months I’ve turned down three job offers. What? Turned down?
Yes, in the employee’s economy – and make no mistake the pendulum has finally swung back as it inevitably does and we are now in an employee’s market – we have more choice, option and the ability to say no when there isn’t a good fit. 511 more words
2015. Recruitment tools – we have plenty. Too many? Maybe.
There was a time (before my era, mind) when recruitment was about a few simple things… people, getting to know these people, building a network and connecting this network with opportunities at your company (clients if on the agency side). 591 more words
Using a virtual assistant can shave hours from your workweek, but knowing which tasks to delegate can be tricky, whether you’re starting or growing a business. 788 more words
Prepare your presentation for a new professional environment
In today’s high tech, remote and virtual environment, there is no limit or reason not to continue your education and build online profiles of your skill set while improving your personal skills. 377 more words