Archive | Research, Research, Research

Indeed.com – Search Quality: Doing What’s Best For Job Seekers

Search Quality: Doing What’s Best For Job Seekers Indeed was founded on a simple idea: we help people find jobs. To deliver on that promise, we provide job seekers with the most comprehensive and relevant search results possible. If there is a job available, we want to make sure it can be found quickly and […]

Continue Reading 0

140 Characters of Risk: Some CEOs Fear Twitter

140 Characters of Risk: Some CEOs Fear Twitter Social-Media Gaffes Make Some Chiefs Leery of Twitter, but a Few Brave Ones Embrace It By LESLIE KWOH And MELISSA KORN When General Electric Co. GE -0.22% Chief Executive Jeffrey Immelt tweeted for the first time this month, his “Hello Twitter” was greeted with some snarky replies, including this one: “@JeffImmelt how come […]

Continue Reading 0

Authentic Cover Letters – It’s ok to be you!

I wanted to share one of our dear jane client’s cover letter with you and feel free to forward this sample to your friends and colleagues.  I have changed the names to protect the innocent 🙂 and received permission from this client to share her cover letter with you. What is amazing about this cover […]

Continue Reading 0

Occupational Information Network, EDD and OneStopCareer Centers..

 Resources, Resources, Resources I use these websites all of the time to help my clients, job seekers, hiring managers and human resource professionals to learn about the free resources that are available to our nation. Please check out these websites. 1)http://online.onetcenter.org The O*NET system serves as the nation’s primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive […]

Continue Reading 0

Internet resources that will land you a job and help you through the process!

How to deal with the desperate anxiety that naturally occurs during your job search. Keep this list parked where you sit at home working away at your job search and look at it whenever you start to feel anxious and alone. See the internet resource list below.   ·       Remember – it’s not you ·       […]

Continue Reading 1

Pre-interview research…

 Hello Everyone, I wanted to share an article with you that I wrote last month for another website. I hope you can get some great tips from it.   Pre-Interview Research: Five tips to investigate a company before the interview.   By Rebecca Martin   The goal of any job interview is to get to […]

Continue Reading 0

How to Work with Recruiters! Tips below.

1)     How to find a recruiter ·         Job boards – they will be calling you. ·         Job postings and descriptions – i.e. monster or indeed, recruiter’s names will be listed on posted positions. ·         From friends and colleagues. ·         Target list – call the company and ask hr or the receptionist who there recruiting partners […]

Continue Reading 0

Do you know what your market value is? or what you were paid in 2007?

I wanted to give you information about how to conduct your salary research. I have links below that I use all of the time to help my clients with determining their market value. The list below. www.salaryexpert.com http://indeed.com http://salary.com After you have reviewed  your salary and the details about it then you must validate it […]

Continue Reading 5