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12 Jul
2017

Chippy Thomas

Senior Search Consultant

How to Get Past Your Big Roadblock: It’s All About The Network

  BY: GENE ROBERTSON Even the best leaders and entrepreneurs get stuck. The path to success always includes at least a few roadblocks, some larger than others. As a business coach, I recognize that once you hit a roadblock, it can be a challenge to get things moving again, but leaders have a duty to figure out how to get things back on track. When businesses ask me how to move forward, I always give the same tip: “It’s all about the network.” It’s common for company leaders to want to DIY the situation, relying on their own abilities or inter

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11 Jul
2017

Dianne Novela

Admin Assistant

Cover Letters for First-Time Job Seekers

by: MICHELE MAVI You know cover letters are important, but as a first-time job seeker, you may be scratching your head as to what to write about. Especially given that you have less experience than many other job seekers, you may feel you’re at a disadvantage. However, as a first-time job seeker you should really consider yourself lucky when it comes to writing cover letters. You’re free from the burden of wrestling with your past achievements, professional goals, and your “value proposition.” What you have on your side is excitement, enthusiasm, and

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05 Jul
2017

Jobelle Nacpil

Admin Assistant

10 Tips to Write a Better Cover Letter

BY: HARRIS ROBERTS Writing a cover letter can be one of the hardest parts of the job search. No matter how many times you’ve written one, it’s easy to doubt yourself. The good news is there are specific, concrete tips you can follow to write cover letters that will get you hired. Here are some of the most important pointers to know: 1. Write a New Letter for Each Position This sounds incredibly daunting, but it is necessary if you want to prove to hiring managers you’re invested in the role. If you push out the same old cover letter to eve

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03 Jul
2017

Dianne Novela

Admin Assistant

Look After Your Top Talent – They’re Looking to Leave

BY: STUART HEARN  According to a recent Gallup poll, the odds that your employees will jump ship are growing. Today, employees are largely optimistic about the job market, spurring many to leave their jobs to search for better positions elsewhere. In August 2012, two million Americans voluntarily left their jobs. By August 2016, this number rose to three million. Millions of employees are opening their eyes to new possibilities. They’re reading about companies with incredible cultures, they have increasingly positive perceptions of the job market, and they are aware t

Category:  Popular

02 Jul
2017

Karen Lou

Admin. Asst.

For a Punchier Resume, Use the Active Voice

By: MICHELE LANDO   If your resume is full of phrases like “was responsible for …”, then you’re using the passive voice. A lot of people make this mistake. If you want a stronger resume, you need to replace the passive voice with the active voice. The Difference Between Active and Passive Voice: In a nutshell, the passive voice describes things that happened to you; the active voice describes things that you did. The difference between active and passive voice can be seen more clearly in these two examples: Passive Vo

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29 Jun
2017

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atletico madrid norge, fotballdrakter

atletico madrid norge, fotballdrakter Raphael Honigstein deler sitt perspektiv på dommerbeslutningene i Real Madrids 4-2-seier over Bayern München. Bayern München s Carlo Ancelotti hevder at laget hans ble straffet av refereeing-beslutninger i UCL-tapet til Real Madrid. Bayern Münchens Arturo Vidal sier at hans side ble ranet i sitt kvartfinale, Champions League-nederlag til Real Madrid. Det er en enorm underdrivelse å si dommer Viktor Kassai og hans mannskap kan ikke forvente en glædelig velkomst hvis de planlegger en ferie i Bayern når som helst s

Category:  Sports

28 Jun
2017

Isha Gupta

Search Consultant

4 Ways to Get a Promotion

BY: MICHELE MAVI  Everyone wants to get ahead at work, but many factors have to align for a promotion to come about. Timing, performance, and office politics all play a role. You may work in an organization with limited room to grow. Your boss may not be going anywhere for a while. If you’re starting to feel concerned about your professional future, don’t start searching for new employment opportunities just yet. Here are a few steps you can take at work to start moving your career forward: 1. Talk to Your Manager About Growth A promotion is only goin

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27 Jun
2017

Jobelle Nacpil

Admin Assistant

Flexible Workers: The Best Way to Close Your Company’s Skills Gap?

BY: JASON MCDOWELL Remote workers just want to sneak in extra breaks and take naps all day. Freelancers only freelance because they don’t have the skills to get real jobs. Working outside of the office is too distracting. Working at home means that employees have no direct supervision, so they take longer to complete tasks. These are the rumors that have surrounded remote and flexible workers for decades, but as more companies start to embrace flexible workers and remote work programs, research is proving this gossip to be false. As a matter of fact, only 9 percent of executives fe

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