Articles 1021 to 1030 of 2279

Job Seeker

Cover Letters (166)
Job Hunting (2124)
Job Interviews (656)
Outplacement (94)
Relocation (74)
Resume Writing (822)
Salary and Compensation (113)

Employee

Career Issues (2041)
Insurance (3)
Legal Issues (30)
Networking (656)
Personal Development (1823)
Working Women and Family (61)

Employer

Affirmative Action (43)
Human Resources (294)
Legal Issues (62)
Managing (506)
OFCCP (180)
Organization (292)
Recruiting (3)
Training and Testing (105)

Diversity

African-Americans (5)
Asian-Americans (1)
Gay & Lesbian (2)
General Diversity Issues (61)
Hispanics (7)
Mature Workers (48)
Multicultural Issues (19)
Native Americans (2)
People with Disabilities (8)
Veterans (9)
Women (63)

Professions

Accounting/Finance/Banking (4)
Advertising/Marketing (7)
Aerospace/Aviation (1)
Arts/Entertainment (3)
Biotechnology/Scientific (1)
Charities/Social Services (6)
Customer Support (5)
Education (3)
Engineering (1)
Government (1)
Healthcare (7)
Hotels/Restaurant (2)
Human Resources/Recruiting (139)
Information Technology (10)
Legal (6)
Management/Executive (163)
Mining/Gas/Petroleum
Retail
Sales (31)
Transportation (1)

Other

College Students (246)
Disabilities (6)
Self-Employment (47)
Teenage Employment (27)

Resource Request

Let us know

 
  How to Stay Motivated During an Extended Job Search
by John Crant - Jul, 2010
This is a job market like few have ever experienced. In my Self-Recruiter® lecture series, I regularly meet individuals that have been seeking their next position for extended periods of time. Some for months (in an odd way, the luckier ones), but many that have been looking since sometime in 2009 and even 2008. Over the course of any job search, there are going to be emotional periods of ups and downs, the emotional roller...
 
  Filling out job applications… Why and How?
by Harry Urschel - Jul, 2010
In an age of online application processes, and emailed resumes, why do so many companies still have you fill out a paper job application when you arrive for an interview or before they make you an offer? You would think they have all the information they need from you already, why is it necessary to have you fill out the paper form? Is it necessary to duplicate everything on your resume onto the application? What exactly...
 
  Emotionally Intelligent Conversations - Human Connectivity
by Dr. Maynard Brusman - Jul, 2010
No one has to change; everyone has to have the conversation.” —David Whyte In her two books, Fierce Conversations and Fierce Leadership, training and development consultant Susan Scott explains that the word “fierce” doesn’t imply menace, cruelty or threats. In Roget’s Thesaurus, the word fierce is associated with the following synonyms: robust, intense, strong, powerful, passionate, eager, unbridled, uncurbed and untamed....
 
  5 Ways to Thrive During Your Career Transition
by Hallie Crawford - Jul, 2010
A lot of people are in transition these days. And bottom-line: Transition creates stress. Whether we’re in transition by choice or not, this stress can wreak havoc on our mental, physical and spiritual well-being. At this time in your life, more than ever, you need to pay attention to the effects of that stress and learn to take care of yourself when you’re in transition. Here are 5 great ways to get started: 1. Keep a care...
 
  Two More Job Search Frustrations
by Jason Stauffacher - Jul, 2010
This week, I’ll address two common job-search frustrations found in the hundreds of emails I’ve received this year from people across America Do either of these apply to you? Frustration #1: There just aren’t enough jobs out there to apply for. Solution: Let’s analyze this one … When I speak to job hunters, in seminars, by phone, or via email, I ask the same question: “How are you looking for jobs?” Almost invar...
 
  Interested In a New Career Path? Try These Steps to Get Started
by Beverly Jones - Jul, 2010
Chances are that you have a career switch in your future. Maybe changes in your professional field will force you to look for something new. Or maybe you will elect to step off the treadmill and find a career that is less stressful or more personally rewarding. Perhaps, like me, you’ll keep things interesting by reinventing your career several times. If you are beginning to think about a new career direction, but don’t know...
 
  References as Rainmakers
by Mary Jeanne Vincent - Jul, 2010
As a job seeker, you understand the importance of having a list of solid references — those folks who can’t say enough great things about you. But today’s job candidate needs to go beyond simply compiling a list of folks who will say positive things about him when a potential employer calls. Today’s A-list candidate seeks out references who are rainmakers, mentors and salespeople. People who can and will actively promote...
 
  What to do when offers for help don’t pan out
by Elizabeth Freedman - Jul, 2010
First, let’s accept a little fact about people: They lie. All the time. So, when Mr. Smith is offering to forward your resume to his contacts, he might be sincere and really mean it. Or, he might have a problem with saying no, might be afraid to disappoint you, so he offers to help, even though he has no intention of doing so. Or, Mr. Smith may have had the best of intentions, but he got slammed with a project at work, or his...
 
  Facing the Fear in Your Career Search
by Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter - Jul, 2010
In what I envision at least a 2-part series on “Facing the Fear in Your Career Search,” my husband, Rob, starts us off with a riveting story on how our journey into a storm created one of our most memorable experiences this summer (perhaps ever). Likewise, in my nearly 13 years’ experience consulting with, coaching and strategizing career positioning messages for career transition-ers, I hear the fear over and over, and ove...
 
  Jobseekers – Eight Tips for Getting Your E-mail Read
by Julie Walraven - Jul, 2010
Nothing is more frustrating as a job seeker than sending an e-mail out and not getting a response or even knowing if it was received. You might be doing several thing to block you from even getting to the employer’s inbox and you could look more professional when your e-mail does arrive in the inbox. #1. Your e-mail address should be your name and it should be on your resume as part of the header. If your name is John Sm...
 
 If you know of an article that should be listed here, please let us know.
  
 [<< Prev]   1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12  13  14  15  16  17  18  19  20   [Next >>]