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  Try On The Hiring Manager’s Hat
by Stacey Lane - Sep, 2015
In talking with a couple of hiring managers this week, we got on the topic of marketing materials. I heard the good, the bad and the ugly. The good? A cover letter from an under-qualified candidate that landed him an interview. You see, he’d done his homework and realized that his background in construction operations could benefit a creative services operations team. Smart. The bad? The candidate with less than...
  What do you need a career coach for
by Thea Kelley - Sep, 2015
If you're in career transition there are many ways a good job search coach / career coach can help you get the job you want, faster than you would on your own. Time is money, so the investment in expert help can more than pay for itself. How can you use a career coach? Overcoming your unique job search challenges. Nearly everyone faces some kind of difficulty in their job search. Are you: Trying to break into a...
  Employer Webinars
by Local JobNetwork™ - Sep, 2015
The Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) conducts compliance reviews to evaluate federal contractors and subcontractors' compliance with equal opportunity and non-discrimination practices in employment. A significant part of a compliance review focuses on compensation practices and data analyses. Federal contractors and subcontractors need to understand its organizational compensati...
  10 Strategies to Keep Your Brand Fresh and Relevant
by Abby Locke - Sep, 2015
Do you ever wonder at times whether you are still on the right track? I am not just talking about making career resolutions or stretch goals for yourself, I mean, does it ever feel like you are going through the motions, but not clear if you are on the right track? In today's post, I provide you with 10 tried-and-true strategies that work every time. 1.Do a self-evaluation: Get real and be honest about how you feel in...
  7 Secrets to Become a Master of Meetings
by Lindsey Pollak - Sep, 2015
“Oh yay! A meeting!” said no one, ever. Your typical meeting brings typical complaints: It’s long. Boring. Useless. But make no mistake – your meeting style matters to your career success and becoming a master of meetings will bolster your brand as a leader. I revisit this topic a lot: In fact, when I talked with MSNBC’s The Cycle about Gen Y “becoming the boss” in the workplace, they asked about meeting style. My bel...
  Are You Promotable? 7 Key Factors
by Mary G. White - Sep, 2015
If you’re interested in moving up in your career, it’s a good idea to stop and consider whether or not you are someone that the ‘powers that be’ in your company would view as being promotable. The way that you conduct yourself now can have a huge impact on whether or not you’ll accomplish your goals for climbing the ladder to the job of your dreams. 7 Factors that Impact Promotability A number of factors – some performan...
  How To Inform Your Network Of Your Job Search
by Stacy Harshman - Sep, 2015
The best job leads are likely to come from your network of connections; however, asking them for help can seem daunting. We often procrastinate about informing our network because it can be a bit awkward. Below are some ideas of how to talk with your contacts. 1. Know what you are looking for- Job seekers are often unclear about the job they are seeking. As an example, I received an email that read “Please think of me when...
  How to Tell If Your Company Culture Is ‘Going to the Dogs’
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Sep, 2015
The phrase, 'going to the dogs' often carries a negative connotation. However, Glassdoor recently compiled a list of 10 companies whose employee perks include dogs in the workplace, and in this instance, 'going to the dogs' is a very good thing! While not everyone would agree that permission to bring a four-legged friend to the workplace is a perk, many pet owners and pet lovers would jump at the opportunity to bring their...
  It’s Time to Focus on Your Career Future
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Sep, 2015
Summer vacations have ended and the kids are back in school so it’s a great time to prioritize your professional journey. According to a global LikedIn study, September is one of the best months of the year to get promoted. “Now is a great time to check your career plan, and make sure that you are getting all of the opportunities that you deserve,” says Nigel Dessau, author of Become a 21st Century Executive: Breaking Away...
  Strength Of Weak Ties – Seven Ways To Connect For Your Job Search
by Lisa Rangel - Sep, 2015
The strategy known as “the strength of weak ties” could be the secret sauce in your job search. Essentially, it entails reaching beyond your traditional networks to casual contacts. The latter know of job openings your colleagues don’t. This article describes seven simple ways to make those connections with weak ties. Mark Granovetter’s Discovery of Gold in Casual Relationships It’s no secret that jobs most often come th...
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