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  Job Search is a Team Sport
by Georgia Adamson - Sep, 2015
Job Search a Team Sport? You might quibble about my labeling job search as a sport. Would it help if I put “sport” in quotes? Seriously, a team sport is one that (by definition) involves more than one player. Usually that means there’s a captain–a leader–who gives the team a focus and helps them work together to achieve a common goal. That might mean winning a lot of games in whatever the sport is or at least making a stron...
  Job Search: What You Don’t Know CAN Hurt You
by Georgia Adamson - Sep, 2015
3 Things You Might not Know but Should ◦Is the target company facing a daunting challenge that could negatively affect you if you were hired? For example, is it a likely target for a hostile takeover or otherwise a probable candidate for a merger/acquisition that could result in elimination of the job you had just landed? Certainty might not be achievable with the available information, but it’s up to you to do your d...
  My New Job is Stressing Me Out!
by Georgia Adamson - Sep, 2015
If this blog’s headline strikes a chord with you, you’re probably not alone. What helps make a new job unsettling at best and highly stressful at worst is the disconnect that too often seems to occur between what you expected the situation to be and what it actually is. The root cause isn’t always obvious, and what you should do about it might not be obvious either. It merits some careful thought. Voluntary Job Change–Why S...
  Older Workers: Discrimination vs. Need for Their Knowledge
by Georgia Adamson - Sep, 2015
Age discrimination in the workplace has long been a big concern–especially if you’re not getting any younger as time goes on, and obviously none of us is! Now, however, there seems to be a growing trend of people working longer and at least some companies being glad it’s happening. Of course, there’s a lot more to it than that, and it’s worth delving into. Older Worker Discrimination Balanced by Need? It’s possible that...
  Recruiter’s Radar–Be On It!
by Louise Garver - Sep, 2015
As an executive, whether you’re trying to advance in your career, find a seat on the board, or transition to another new position, knowing how to capture the attention of executive recruiters is an important part of your search strategy. Executive search firms often receive hundreds of CVs and resumes for every vacancy they have on file, so how you prepare is very important. Bear in in mind that their primary obligation...
  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 Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs’ (OFCCP) revised veteran and disability regulations require federal contractors and subcontractors to assess the effectiveness of their outreach and recruitment efforts. As a result, employers must include an outreach assessment within their Affirmative Action Plans (AAPs) and are audited on the effectiveness of their outreach efforts. Meanwhile, OFCCP audits with “viol...
  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...
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