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  GetHired!™ Guide Chapter 8 - Job Offers & Salary Negotiation
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
JOB OFFERS & SALARY NEGOTIATION A job search isn’t a simple race to find a job. You’ve have to find the right job. At some point, you’ll need to evaluate a job offer or multiple job offers to decide on your future plans. Of course, this is an important decision in both your career and your life and should be approached carefully. Though it is common practice among many companies, ask for...
 
  GetHired!™ Sample Thank You Note
by GetHired!™ - Mar, 2011
Sample Thank You Note Following up after an interview or a networking discussion is an essential part of the job search. It's a very basic task, but very few job seekers actually take the time to do it. By sending thank you notes, you can make a positive impression one more time and perhaps influence a decision. There's little downside aside from the few minutes it takes to write a...
 
  Denied Unemployment Compensation Because of
by Randy Enochs - Mar, 2011
When a person, known as a "claimant," files for unemployment insurance in Wisconsin, the first question is whether the person quit or was terminated. If the claimant was terminated, then the issue is whether the claimant was terminated for "misconduct" connected with their employment. "Misconduct" is a legal term used to encompass conduct ranging from absenteeism to theft and not necessarily used in the literal sense. The c...
 
  Good Bosses – The Small Wins Count Mindset
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2011
Exceptional bosses know how to motivate people tapping into their intrinsic motivation. They set goals that empower people and builds confidence. Big audacious goals can initially sound great, but can backfire when people fail to achieve milestones resulting in a de-motivated workforce. As a boss who strives to do great work, you may need to adjust your thinking about goal setting. Small wins over time can add up to tremend...
 
  Gritty Bosses – The True Grit Mindset
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2011
Good bosses are hard working and resilient. They keep employees inspired in good times and bad. Failure is seen as bumps on the way to winning and success. One of my Chief People Officer executive coaching clients models true grit. She taps into the creative DNA of employees by helping people weather failure and instilling optimism that success is just around the corner. She believes in her people and their shared purpose....
 
  How to Be a Good Boss – The Avoiding Power Traps Mindset
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2011
Bosses determine how people experience work. They help create a workplace culture and climate: joy versus despair, enthusiasm versus complaints, and well-being versus stress. Most bosses want to excel at what they do, yet many lack the requisite mindset that precedes positive action and behavior. As a boss who strives to do great work, you may need to shift your thinking. The beliefs and assumptions you hold about yours...
 
  Savvy Bosses – The Goldilocks Management Mindset
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Mar, 2011
Stanford University management professor Robert I. Sutton, PhD, author of the New York Times bestseller The No Asshole Rule, knows about bosses. He has received thousands of emails about the bad ones since the 2007 publication of that title. In his most recent book, Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Be the Best...and Learn from the Worst (Business Plus, 2010) Sutton focuses on what it takes to be a better boss. Bosses determine how...
 
  Summer Job Interview Questions for Teens
by Marcia Robinson - Mar, 2011
Although the overall unemployment rate has dipped tos 8.9%, there is still an unemployment rate of 23.9 percent for teenagers. That means there will still be strong competition for summer jobs this year. Here are seven more job interview questions high school teens should know how to answer when they go for summer job interviews. Summer job interview question #1 - May I call your last supervisor? Sometimes employer...
 
  Overwhelmed in Your Career Transition? Break it down
by Hallie Crawford - Mar, 2011
I was working with one of my evening coaching groups recently, and two of the women mentioned that they felt overwhelmed by the process of clarifying their career direction. They were progressing through their homework, but beyond that, felt like “How do I really know what I want to do? And am I really going to figure this out; it seems like such a daunting task?” I explained to them that this is a normal feeling. I hear this...
 
  Universally Transferrable Skills For Career Changers
by Cathy Eng - Mar, 2011
I rarely go a week without hearing from a client who is changing industries, fields, or general direction. The biggest problem that they’re running into is what they perceive to be a lack of transferrable skills. They are under the impression that there is a huge barrier that keeps field experts in and everyone else out, but there are several universal skills that - in well written resumes - successfully portray the candidate...
 
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