How Social Media Changed Pre-employment Checks

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Growing up, my mother always spoke about the importance of being on my best behavior and carrying myself well in public. She’d often say things like, “you never know who’s watching you.” This is something that stuck with me. It drilled in me the importance of a positive public presentation. It taught me about reputation […]

Effective Interviewing Strategies – Video

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Effective Interviewing Strategies   Produced in 2013, “Effective Interviewing Strategies” addresses interviewing best practices and discusses different interview formats, interview question variations, interview “game-planning,” and common interviewing mistakes that should be avoided. Click the link above to view    

Steps Every Strategic Job Seeker Should Take (Part 2)

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Step 2: DRESS THE PART!! In the interview you are judged largely by how you look. This is a key part of your overall presentation and if you are not presenting yourself well, a potential employer has no reason to move forward with you as a candidate. Novelty ties and/or belt buckles, those thick white […]

Five EASY Things You Can Do To Appear More Professional

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Regardless of your vocation, level of education or employment background the need to present yourself professionally is important. The ability to make a positive lasting impression on someone may just be the thing that gets you the job you’re interviewing for or gets you’re the promotion you’ve been vying for. Don’t get me wrong, image […]