Posts Tagged ‘interview’

Differentiators

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Have you given much thought to the impact that differentiators have in your business or your daily life? Those are the sometimes subtle, or sometimes ‘in-your face’ things, that help each of us to make decisions through-out the days and weeks ahead. A differentiator might be the color of a dress or the pattern on a…

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The Saga of the Job Interview…

The saga of the Job Interview… This phrase conjures up different thoughts for different people. The person being interviewed thinks about not making any serious gaffes.  The person conducting the interview thinks about not making any serious mistakes in the process of interviewing the prospective employee. The result of these two sets of dynamics can be…

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SMILE!

Want to have a better today…SMILE!  There is evidence that when we smile, even if we aren’t feeling it at that moment, we begin to feel better. We can actually make ourselves feel better by smiling at others.  Now, wasn’t that easy?  When I receive a smile, I tend to automatically to return it.  If I…

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Employment Equation

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  “The strongest pace of job growth we’ve seen since 1997” was the statement recently attributed to Paul Ashworth, the chief U.S. economist with Capitol Economics.  The U.S. Labor Department advised that employers added 257,000 new jobs in January, 2015 besting the forecast of 228,000.  Job growth estimates in November, 2014 were upwardly revised to…

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Experience VS Pay

Experience VS Pay We find the following quotation to be a truism in our business for it is the experience gained that hones the skills that lead to a better income for virtually all of us: In the business world, everyone is paid in two coins: cash and experience. Take the experience first; the cash…

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Finding a Job is like Running a Marathon

    Finding a job is like Running a Marathon! I received a call last week from a great candidate, Jim, he had just completed an interview.  The candidate said it went great and he expected a job offer.  Sounds great I thought.  So, I called the client and asked how it went?  The client…

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