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So you didn’t get the job, now what? Understandably, coping with job rejection is not an easy thing to do. What you need to grasp is, just because the hiring manger made the decision to extend a job offer to another candidate doesn’t mean it’s the end of the world. As a job seeker, you will inevitably face rejection. In fact, you may land several interviews before you receive a job offer. Don’t allow rejection to drain you emotionally! For sure, you will have more...
Published by Donata L. 81 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +29 votes | 11 comments
Employers are currently using various methods to find the best job candidates. For one, employers are using non-traditional methods to find top talent today. Modern technology allows employers to find job applicants via social media and internet job boards. But in spite of this, employers still look for qualified candidates the traditional way via company in house postings, employee referral, employment agencies, college fairs, and job fairs.
Published by Donata L. 81 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +15 votes | 4 comments
Potentially, one of the most awkward, knee shaking things an interviewer can ask of you is to sell yourself to them. Many job seekers are unprepared for such a task, and crumble under pressure. Make sure you feel confident if this happens to you by preparing wisely. By following these tips you can successfully get through an interview on top, and unscathed.
Published by B W1 81 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +4 votes | 1 comments
It is not uncommon for some job hunters to wear some really harsh or strong perfume or cologne. The fragrance and strength of a perfume does matter especially to those around you. Some of us wear perfume so as to create awareness to those around us that we are wearing an expensive perfume. This is wrong. If you are interviewing, it is advisable to wear a mild perfume or cologne that rhymes with your body. The actual purpose of a perfume or cologne is not to showcase your expensive taste but to g...
Published by A. Smith 81 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +1 votes | 1 comments
The main purpose of recruitment is to draw the attention of qualified candidates to fill in companyÂ’s vacant positions both for short term and long term needs. The screening method use in recruitment depends on how urgent companyÂ’s needs to hire a new employee. It could be part of the companyÂ’s general plan or an emergency need to replace an employee due to retirement, resignation, illness or accident
Published by Marky Chavez 81 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +0 votes | 0 comments
A lazy employee can pull down the morale of the entire workforce. Management should immediately deal with this type of behavior in the workplace by confronting the employee in private. Avoid making public confrontation with the lazy employee for it can only worsen the situation. In the end, if he shows no progress, it is time to fire him.
Published by Marky Chavez 82 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +3 votes | 1 comments
As a job applicant, you must probably wonder why you have never been called for a job interview especially after having written and submitted countless numbers of interviews. The reasons are sometimes due to unethical habits that are so often ignored. Ion this article, we will get to know three of those common reasons responsible for CV / résumé rejections.
Published by A. Smith 82 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +12 votes | 6 comments
Working with a slow moving and sluggish boss can affect your work effectivity as well. Stress can eat you up and if you cannot handle working with that boss anymore, consider the option of transferring to other departments. If for some reasons your request for transfer cannot be granted, consider looking for a new employer.
Published by Marky Chavez 82 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +4 votes | 2 comments
Business productivity and success are dictated by how well the entire workforce performs their individual functions. Any destructive and negative attitude of employees should be heeded by the management right away to eliminate toxic in the working environment. Learning how to motivate employees by hearing them out and offering constructive advice is a good move to encourage positive attitude.
Published by Marky Chavez 82 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +0 votes | 0 comments
Securing gainful employment is often at the reach of most job seekers; but they are not often aware of it. What distinguishes the gainfully employed applicant from that just coping with a company? It all centers on packaging; how one presents his / herself during a job interview. Truth be said; most job seekers donÂ’t often know what is expected of them in the interview room because they were never taught in college. This is often the case.
Published by A. Smith 82 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +9 votes | 4 comments
Telephone interviews are increasingly becoming popular as a means of screening and employing job applicants by multinational firms. Knowing this, the job applicants should know the proper ethics as regard tackling telephone interviews. There are certain things that could set you at a disadvantage when it comes to telephone interviewing. This article tells you how to go about telephone interviews.
Published by A. Smith 82 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +5 votes | 1 comments
The average human is made up of one major temperament and two other minor temperament types. In the hiring world these days, hiring managers rely on knowledge of temperament type in making the hiring decision. This is because they want the candidate that is best suited for the job based on temperament. This article shows you how it is done.
Published by A. Smith 83 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +4 votes | 0 comments
Unprofessional job interview tactics are often employed by some job hunters in the hope that they would get the job. Such unethical behaviors are uncalled in the interview room; and should be avoided at all cost. In this article, I have showcased some common unethical interview tactics often employed by some job hunters.
Published by A. Smith 83 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +4 votes | 1 comments
No one prays for rejections in job interviews but we all know that it does happen. It could happen to you or your loved one; so it is necessary to know how to handle such rejections when it does comes our way. This article gives you the needed tips to handling such rejections.
Published by A. Smith 83 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +4 votes | 3 comments
All businesses do involve the exchange of handshakes; and the job interview is a business transaction of which you are the product and the buyer is the firm. How do you exchange pleasantries to stand a better chance of landing that job? The article shows you how to go about exchanging pleasantries the right way to create immediate rapport.
Published by A. Smith 83 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +3 votes | 0 comments
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