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A. Smith has written 16 Hiring & Employees articles, has received +95 recommendations and is currently the #2 ranked expert in this subject.
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You applied for a job and faced the interview. But you did not receive a call back from the hiring manager. Does this fact sound like a commonly occurring scene? Yes, but were you able to figure out why such things happen. There can be obvious reasons: either you made a significant mistake in your resume or cover letter or the employer had its own reason. It is good to know the most common reasons why you did not receive a call back from the hiring manager.
Published by BuzzingWinds 64 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +2 votes | 0 comments
It takes hard work to land a job in today's unpredictable market. Real talk. Workers must be real themselves if they plan on working for any type of employer. You must be their in person, talking, helping, live in action. You have give yourself an edge over the others who only applied. Show that you are different. Show this to the managers and top workers at the job. Talking to the managers in person can be key to getting job!
Published by Cameron Davis 59 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +2 votes | 0 comments
This article invites the readers to take a look at interview questions commonly asked by company recruiters. It further suggests responses that job candidates should give for each question. Keep in mind that interview questions are a part of the interview process and candidates should come prepared to answer each question satisfactory as to please the interviewer. Interviewers ask questions that will help them make the best hiring decision. Bottom line…the interviewee’s responses ...
Published by Donata L. 68 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +30 votes | 14 comments
Based upon our current situation in the job market, employers are in a position to control the terms of the market today~ since there are more people looking for work than there are jobs available. Because employers can influence the terms of the market, prospective employees and current employees are at a major disadvantage. Employers are confident these days, knowing that job seekers and employees will eventually have to succumb to the employer’s terms of the job market
Published by Donata L. 68 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +20 votes | 8 comments
The overall purpose of an exit interview is to collect relevant information from the employee regarding his/her personal experience with the company, coworkers, and management team. The information can be used to determine what areas within the company need improvement. Exit interviews are done on a voluntarily basis, which means an employee is not obligated to participate if he/she chooses not to.
Published by Donata L. 69 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +22 votes | 6 comments
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. 69 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. 69 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +15 votes | 4 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 70 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 70 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +3 votes | 1 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 71 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +5 votes | 1 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 71 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +3 votes | 0 comments
While it cannot be overemphasized that the CV is an important document that a job applicant would ever write in his / her life, it can however be said that the CV has been much misplaced in recent times. One of those areas where most CVs fault is in the hobby section. Using a wrong hobby could cost a potential employee the job. This article shows how to proper tailor the hobby section of the CV.
Published by A. Smith 71 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +4 votes | 4 comments
Social networks are become an increasing criteria to getting hired by most reputable multinational firms around the globe. Bearing this in mind, utmost care should be taken as regard the activities and pictures displayed in the various social networks as these could either give you the jobs or deny you the job. This article shows you how firms go about it and perks you can apply to achieve good results.
Published by A. Smith 71 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +10 votes | 4 comments
IQ scores can be a tool to help you understand what your child's future can bring him. High or Low IQs can Still determine a pathfor the future development. It's all relevant.
Published by E. G. Kramar 71 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +1 votes | 0 comments
An admirable employee can handle loads of projects without complaining. He always shows a can do attitude and even motivates and encourages others to do the same.
Published by Marky Chavez 71 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +0 votes | 0 comments
This is a "How to" job interview facts list of internal training to use before you meet the supervisor. Training yourself internally using these skills will show what your performance appraisal does not say.
Published by Roberta Baxter 76 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +22 votes | 6 comments
The average American worker gets a physical examination before they start work. There is a nearby medical center that can take in a worker for an examination and give them the health approval for their job.
Published by Adam Benjamin Pollack 78 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +0 votes | 0 comments
How to deal with manipulative employees in the work place. How to spot a manipulative person. How to be professional at work.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 78 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +9 votes | 5 comments
Good table manners are very important for job interviews involving taking of meals. The proper table etiquette is the purpose of this article
Published by A. Smith 79 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +15 votes | 13 comments
Give importance to your people by making them feel that they are a major part of your business circle.
Published by Marky Chavez 80 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +0 votes | 0 comments
When looking for a truly great church secretary, there are certain personal attributes that equally as important as the candidate's professional skills and experience. Because of the numerous needs of both members of the congregation, and of those living in the local and surround community who do not have a church home, there are some important natural characteristics that will be imperative for the church secretary position.
Published by gerrie grimsley 80 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +3 votes | 7 comments
This is how to turn a negative job hiring experience around for the employer. Learning some vital skills before the personal interview with prospective employees will reduce the time spent and ultimately future search for suitable employees too. The hopeful employee is guided by these facts before they approach a company for a job. Negative job hiring experiences can be turned around before an interview.
Published by Roberta Baxter 80 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +26 votes | 14 comments
Employers need to be aware that their favorite employee might be the one causing most of the problems for the other employees.
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 81 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +6 votes | 5 comments
Psychological aspects of job interviews are dicey and only the prepared can survive it. During these interviews, the psychological make-up and comportment will be put to test.
Published by A. Smith 81 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +6 votes | 0 comments
Employee's negative traits can affect his relationship to other employees and his work performance as well.
Published by Marky Chavez 81 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +1 votes | 1 comments
In the absence of bosses, a smart employee is quick to act and think on things or issues that needs immediate decision making.
Published by Marky Chavez 81 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +2 votes | 0 comments
Working for someone can be stressful. Just the thought that you are supposed to give or deliver a quality performance that is expected of you is a stress causing factor itself.
Published by Marky Chavez 81 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +5 votes | 0 comments
Having all the qualities of a great employee can enhance your chances of landing a reputable job or receiving a promotion.
Published by Marky Chavez 82 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +3 votes | 0 comments
Mechanical assembler are employed in a wide range industries and earn minimum wage to over $20 per hour. The education and training required to get a job as an assembler varies from nothing more than a high school diploma for an entry level position to a degree and several years experience for the advanced positions.
Published by Jerry Walch 84 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +6 votes | 1 comments
Always try to make a good impression when presenting yourself for an interview. One mistake and you don't get a second chance.
Published by Marky Chavez 87 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +1 votes | 0 comments
10 Basic Facts About Present Day Jobs
Published by deepblue 93 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +13 votes | 9 comments
Tips on writing effective letters of recommendation for your employees, students, and other applicants.
Published by Anthony Juarez 101 months ago in Hiring & Employees | +3 votes | 0 comments
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