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One of the worst pieces of advice I’ve heard told to job seekers, is to wait until the offer to discuss compensation. The rationale behind this being that if an employer is interested in you, they will be more open to negotiating. This is advice that has been widely accepted and continues to be promoted […]
Traditional job fairs are still a major way many companies find the people they hope to employ. Employers and recruiters gather their banners, booklets, pamphlets, business cards, candy and other unique goodies and head to high school and college gymnasiums, auditoriums and other large scale venues excited about meeting talented career seekers just like you! […]
It’s common knowledge that most people job search while they’re at work (there are actually studies to prove this). This is no secret and I’m not blowing the whistle by mentioning this. I highly doubt this is going to stop any time soon. No matter how busy people are, if they want to job hunt […]
I remember being a young coordinator happy to have my first real job out of undergrad. I interviewed successfully, got my offer letter and had been on-board for about a year. It was annual review time. I had filled out my employee portion and my manager completed hers. I had my note pad, my copy […]