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  Your Rights in Wisconsin When Applying for Jobs with an Arrest & Conviction Record
by Randy Enochs - Nov, 2010
One very common problem for people with an arrest and conviction record(s) is the fear of being rejected for a job because of the stigma associated with such a record. What further complicates the matter is the ease of employers and the general public to conduct a search on the Consolidated Court Automation Programs (CCAP) to discover a person’s court history, both civil and criminal. Whether it’s that small claims matter or...
 
  Four Easy Ways To Instantly Make Your Resume More Appealing
by Cathy Eng - Nov, 2010
Most of the resumes I come across could use more focus, better organization, and sharper wording. While professional services are ideal to add these qualities and make your resume more persuasive and polished, it may not be an option at the time. You could spend time making your resume look more eye-catching and unique (e.g. crafting a career summary or even adding a bar graph showing growth in personal sales), but these aspec...
 
  Time to Gear Up: Make 2011 Your Year
by Elizabeth Freedman - Nov, 2010
Hard to believe we’re almost at year’s end, because it may only just feel like yesterday when you sat down and pledged to land a new job, launch a new business, or achieve some other goal you set for yourself. The question is, how did you do? As we review the year we’ve had, let’s resolve to give even more to getting what we want. Whether it’s really getting serious about your career or devoting more time to building your...
 
  “You Like Me, Right Now,You Like Me”
by Suzanne Bates - Nov, 2010
One of my best friends recently sent an urgent text. She said something like, “Award speech on Tuesday. 3 days to write a three minute speech. Help.” This is an accomplished woman - author, renowned expert in her field and a sought-after keynote speaker. She routinely gets invited to Washington to testify and lectures around the world. The issue was not eloquence. It was twofold. How to say it without bragging; and h...
 
  How to Exude More Confidence in a Negative World
by Yvonne Brown - Nov, 2010
Confidence: The word conjures up images of self-assurance and belief in ones' self. Self-confidence is inward security. It basically means that your source of security comes from within yourself, you're confident in your integrity to your own value system. It is not congruent with doubt or fear. I think that Franklin D. Roosevelt hit the nail on the head when he said, "Confidence thrives only on honesty, on honor, on the sa...
 
  Use your FEAR of speaking as a motivator
by Yvonne Brown - Nov, 2010
I remember the first time I had to give a speech. My hands were clammy, my heart was pounding, and my throat was dry. I was terrified! I remembered the phrase ‘feel the fear and do it anyway’ and decided to just go for it. I had written and rehearsed my speech. I knew the content and believed in it. “What’s to worry about” I thought, like Nike says "just do it!" I made it through the speech and it got better once I star...
 
  #1 Piece of Resume Advice: Write For Your Audience
by Cathy Eng - Nov, 2010
Whether you are writing a book, article, thesis, letter, or a resume, the same basic rule applies: Write for your audience (in this case, recruiters, hiring managers and your future boss). In the world of resume writing, that translates to two things. First, make your resume easy to read. If it is sloppy, crowded, bare or confusing, you need to take a step back and think about what your perfect employee’s resume would loo...
 
  Career Advice: How To Get Alerts To New Postings
by Ramon Greenwood - Nov, 2010
You can receive an email alert every time I provide a new posting. It’s easy. When you are on our blog go to the Feedburner box on the right and enter your e-mail address. Going forward you will receive an email to let you know each time there’s a new posting. If you have a RSS reader, add our feed to your reader. Just click on “Subscribe to a feed in a reader” beside the orange icon in the right hand column and follow the...
 
  Career Advice: Nothing Happens Until You Sell Yourself!
by Ramon Greenwood - Nov, 2010
How To Promote Your Career A well-known adage advises that you have only to invent a better mousetrap and the world will beat a path to your door, bearing recognition and riches. Believe me, that’s poor career advice! If you are content to accept that bit of career counseling, you are likely to end up with a shelf full of unsold traps. Common sense says that inventing a better mousetrap is only the first step toward a...
 
  Fast Forward Your Job Search
by Robin Ryan - Nov, 2010
When you are in Human Resources, everyone thinks you know everything there is to know about getting hired. Truth is, most HR folks stumble when implementing their own self-marketing efforts. Having coached numerous HR professionals, many find resume writing difficult and networking intimidating. So, if you think you are alone in finding job hunting a challenging task, think again. In today's tough job market, you must...
 
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