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  8 Actions to Take If You Don’t Get the Job
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2015
“Thank you for your interest, but…” Your third interview with the company included senior members of the executive team. You thought the position was yours. The polite telephone call you just received, that began in this manner, let you know otherwise. After you graciously respond and end the call, you are, frankly, stunned. You did not get the job—what next? Almost everyone interviews for jobs they do not get. Finding...
 
  Resume Story – How to Emote Tenacity
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Jun, 2015
How to Write Who You Are Marjorie Liebert, a former dancer, said, “We dance who we are.” Similarly, when writing your career story, you must, “Write who you are.” While being authentic in expressing who you are is important, it is equally essential to be selective in what you parlay versus creating a tell-all story. As in any marketing communication, your story must be choreographed with relevant moves for yo...
 
  Will the Internet of Things Displace HR?
by Alexandra Levit - Jun, 2015
The latest tech trend is the Internet of Things (IoT), and if you’re like me, you didn’t know what it meant until you were reading a blog post one day (possibly this one). The IoT is what will happen when any device with an off/on switch can be connected to the Internet and to other devices. Technology analyst firm Gartner has predicted that in the very near future, there will be nearly 30 billion connected devices, forging...
 
  5 Clear Signs You Deserve a Promotion
by Caroline Dowd-Higgins - Jun, 2015
It is very important that you know when it is time for a promotion. And for that, you need to evaluate your own skills and previous track records. You may have complete command over work and love your current job but there comes a time when you start feeling bored working at it and feel ready for the next challenge. All you need is to be careful about the timing; the time should not be too early or too late. You cannot wait fo...
 
  3 Reasons Why You Should Go Public With Your Job Search
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Jun, 2015
It almost goes without saying that job seekers should be more visible online than in the past. However, for many people that openness is at odds with their naturally private personality. While lighthearted personal use of social media such as occasional Facebook or Instagram updates may now feel the norm, some people feel a sudden shift in mood when asked about updating their LinkedIn profile. Whether you are struck by...
 
  5 Common Resume Mistakes Made by Health Care Executives
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2015
No matter what position you are looking for in the health care field, the industry can be very competitive. Hiring managers are actively searching for the best candidates that can fill the positions and add real value to their business. Unfortunately, many health care professionals make seemingly simple mistakes that can cost them the opportunity for a new position. Using a few of our resume tips and avoiding these common erro...
 
  6 Habit-Making Ways to Make Networking Easy and Automatic
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2015
Most things in life are a habit. Essentially we have to train ourselves to take certain actions each day until it becomes like second nature. Networking is one of those job search actions that need to become a habit in order for it to be truly successful. By making job search networking a habit, you not only increase your chances of finding a job, you’ll also start to feel like networking is more natural to you. Use th...
 
  7 Moves to Protect Yourself During a Merger Or Takeover
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2015
Last year, Investor Place reports, the deal volume of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) was the highest since the financial crisis. The pace in 2015 is supposed to top that. This reflects the drive to enhance competitiveness. Those strategies could include adding new product lines, increasing market share, gaining access to proprietary technology and/or reducing costs. It’s not about just your job As the two companies b...
 
  7 Steps to Take Now When Your Boss Might Be Fired
by Lisa Rangel - Jun, 2015
Your boss might be fired. That’s the rumor in the grapevine. Or there’s the confidential information credible source shared with you. Your department is now holding its breath. Your boss might wind up terminated. What’s at stake? How that actually plays out is irrelevant, right now. What counts is that in the period of uncertainty, there are 7 things you should be doing. Your objective has to be to protect your own j...
 
  Could Working From Home Be For You?
by Stacy Harshman - Jun, 2015
Working from home is becoming more common. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that 23% of the American workforce did some or all of their work at home. Could a job from home be for you? Below are some advantages and disadvantages to consider. Advantages No Commute- Those that don’t commute can save on fuel, vehicle wear and tear, and parking expenses. Some indirect savings, although harder to quantify, are associate...
 
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