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  How to Turn an Internship into a Job: A Q&A with Nate Whitson of Intern Match
by Lindsey Pollak - Apr, 2011
This week’s post is a Q&A session with Nate Whitson from Intern Match. As you’ll see, Nate shares some valuable tips and pointers on getting, keeping and making the most of internships. 1. How has the internship world changed over the past 5 to 10 years? The value and importance of internships have changed in many ways over the last 10 years. First, internship experience has evolved from simply a resume booster to esse...
 
  Identify Your Interview Fears ... and Tackle Them
by Wendy Enelow - Apr, 2011
In my experience as a career practitioner, I know that too few people actually think about their interviewing weak points. Too many ascribe interview failures to an act of fate (wasn’t meant to be), or abject apathy (oh well), than consider that maybe, just maybe, the fault lies in their court. And while accepting that not all jobs, and hence not all interviews, are good matches, what if you lost a truly plum job, a dream...
 
  Local Government Salary Negotiation
by Wendy Enelow - Apr, 2011
“More?? You want more??!” is the cry we remember from Oliver Twist’s warden when poor Oliver asks for more gruel at the orphanage. Well, this is actually not the common response from employers when candidates have negotiated their salary, even in this economy. I have coached several job seekers in the last month to successfully increase the salary of job offers. Two come to mind in particular, both in local government jobs w...
 
  The Marriage of HR and Social Media
by Carolyn Cohn - Apr, 2011
Human Resources (HR) people work with human beings. Because of that perspective, HR people have not been among the first to jump on the social media bandwagon. However, it enhances their ability to recruit people. It is a natural. Although HR has many different responsibilities, one of them, of course, is to protect the company for whom they work from legal issues. Another very large responsibility is to cultivate and protec...
 
  5 Job Search Skills for New College Graduates
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
A successful job search strategy for new college graduates must include these 5 job search skills. New college graduates who are organized and focused around these 5 job search skills, will net better results than those college graduates who don't have job search plan to launch a career. Job search skill # 1 - Honest Self Evaluation Many new college graduates do not realize how much the success of their job search relie...
 
  Considering a Career Change? Use Free or Low Cost Career Tests
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
If you find yourself in a job or career that no longer meets your criteria for career success, it might be time for a career change. If you are considering a career change, use free or low cost career tests to help you develop your next career move. Everyone has a list of different criteria for career success. These criteria could include wage levels, workplace power or occupational prestige. Regardless of our personal meas...
 
  Employees Are Falling Asleep at Work After Working Long Hours
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
The fact that employees fall asleep at work made the news again when a Washington DC, Air Trafic Controller, fell asleep at work at the Reagan International Airport. The aviation industry made news alson in October 2009, when Northwest Airlines pilots missed the Minneapolis airport. Northwest referred to the mishap employees' "loss of situational awareness." That's the airline lingo for saying the pilots may have fallen asleep...
 
  SIMPLE THINGS
by Nan S. Russell - Apr, 2011
I still have the email. It's been years since a highly placed corporate boss, who had the reputation and approach that things were never quite good enough, sent it to me. He was long on critique and revisions while short on acknowledgement and appreciation. Anyone else reading his message would deem it ordinary. No flowery words, no glowing adjectives, no verbose flattery or deliberate feel-good rhetoric. It was written in...
 
  Supervisory Skills to Manage College Students
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
The supervisory skills necessary to manage college students should include skills that engage and motivate this segment of the workforce. Financial pressures or the opportunity to get work experience, often force college students into the workplace before graduation. Knowing how to manage college students at work present unique challenges requiring the following supervisory skills. Supervisors who manage college students n...
 
  Aflac Auditions for New Spokes-duck; What to Do when Workplace Jokers Offend
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
Aflac recently conducted auditions to find a new spokes-duck when the most recent spokes-duck, comedian Gilbert Gottfried, lost the job. According to Aflac, Gottfried went overboard with jokes he posted on Twitter about the recent earthquake in Japan. If Gottfried didn't know at the time he was joking about the Japan earthquake that Aflac does 75% of their business in Japan; he knows now. Most workplace jokers don't post t...
 
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