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I’m Getting Interviews But No Offers. WHY?

This was a question a potential job search coaching candidate asked me. Although frustrating, at the same time it is a very good problem to have. At least she was getting interviews

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5 Tips For Landing A Job When You're Over 50

CEO of outplacement firm DMD & Associates discusses five tips for job seekers over the age of 50. As professionals grow in their career, often they forget the importance of keeping up to date with job searching trends.

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Learn How to Write a Cover Letter - 5 Simple Steps

Learning how to write a cover letter is perhaps the most vital piece to your job search. Cover letters not only help you get your foot in the door at a prospective employer but a great one will also open doors that you may have never thought existed in the first place.

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Hiring Managers Who Don't Have A Clue

This is off topic for me because I normally write about ... and ... This article is an ... because I am hearing it quite often from friends and ... The issue is about hir

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What Choice Will You Make?

A company has an opening in which you have an interest. You apply for the job. You’re called in for a first interview, and then another. The process moves on and you are told it is down to the final selection stage, that you are one of the finalists for the position. What do you do at this point?

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You Can Reduce Turnover with these Four Steps

Turn over is generally something most companies can dramatically reduce if they put their minds to it. The cost savings can be enormous by just reducing turnover by 10%.

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Remember: You're Hiring Them to Work for You, Not to Date You

As a recruiter or hiring manager, sometimes it's easy to let our own personal biases influence our hiring decisions. The best candidates for any particular position are typically not going to have 100% of the attributes we're looking for. Therefore it's imperative that we distinguish between those characteristics we "need" and those "would like to have" when evaluating potential employees, otherwise you may be overlooking potentially valuable contributors.

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Software Testing Glossary: Knowledge is Power

In this article discussion centers on software testing and the paths one can take to become a software tester.

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How To Keep Top Candidates From Falling Through The Cracks

Top people are scarce - just ask any organization how tough it is to attract the best, let alone select the best. At the same time, I'm willing to bet that more top people - the right people for the right jobs - slip through the cracks in the selection process than anyone could imagine or admit. Here are ten of the top, invisible ways those cracks occur.

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Chemistry is King When it Comes to Successful Interviewing

The candidate that establishes the best rapport with the interviewer is usually the one that gets the job offer.

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Starting to Prepare For The Dreaded Job Interview

The job interview can be one of the scariest times in a person’s life. This is why it is so important to prepare properly before the interview has even started

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Try something new – switch up your job seeking tactics

If you are applying for jobs but not getting callbacks don’t give up! It could be time to try something different. Think outside the box with your job seeking tactics. Remember always NETWORK! And if your tactics are not working then its time to try something new.

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What to do about listing salary requirements?

What do you do when you’re asked in an interview about your salary requirements? What is the best way to answer? RedStarResume have all the answers about how best to answer this tricky question.

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How Hr Works To Get The Job Done

Human Resources is just what it says: resources for humans – within the workplace! Its main objective is to meet the organizational needs of the company it represents and the needs of the people hired by that company. In short, it is the hub of the organization serving as a liaison between all concerned. Depending on the size of the company, the HR Department might be called Personnel with a manageable workforce that can be handled by a personnel manager and a small staff. For larger, more complex organizations with hundreds of departments and divisions, the task is much more demanding, taking on a life of its own.

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