Follow Up vs. Stalking

April 12th @ 8:00 AM PST/9:00 AM MST/10:00 AM CST/11:00 AM EST

There is often a fine line between effectively following up and actually stalking hiring authorities.  You don’t want to be lost in the shuffle of resumes, however if you stalk a hiring authority, you will be eliminated from consideration.   This session will include:

  • Who to follow-up with
  • When to follow-up
  • How to follow-up effectively

This FREE seminar is available to registered users of our Career Portal.   If you haven’t registered, do it today!

CAREER ADVISOR – April 11, 2012

It may be time for you to focus on one company at a time in your job search.  Select a company you want to work for and do as much research on them as possible.  Customize your resume to fit their company culture and needs.  Study past and current projects the company is involved in and show how you could help with those projects.  If possible, complete some free research or work for them showing proof of your talent.  Express the reasons you want to work for their company and your high level of confidence.   This type of focused marketing of your abilities may result in scheduling more interviews that will lead to job offers.  The minute you have completed your first target, you repeat the same process for the next company you have targeted.   Hiring authorities will appreciate your extra effort.

It’s time to read and review the 16 step process for finding a job as outlined under PREPARE – SEARCH & CONNECT – INTERVIEW on the Home Page of our Career Portal.    Doing this will assist you in jump starting a new search or put new life in a search that you may have been conducting for several months.  Individuals who have completed all sixteen steps have reported great results.  We’d like for you to be the next person who accepts a job offer for their dream job!

What Offers Should You Accept? Reject?

March 28th @ 7:00 AM PST/8:00 AM MST/9:00 AM CST/10:00 AM EST

If you’ve been in a job search for any period of time, you are probably thinking this topic doesn’t apply to you.  You might be in a position where you would accept ANY and ALL offers.  However, it is important to understand up front which offers could hurt vs. help you.  During this Webinar we will discuss the following:

  • What should be included in a job offer
  • Determine which offers to decline
  • Determine which offers to accept

Register for free at  our Career Portal

Career Transition Tip For The Week

Spring is around the corner and it’s time for you to SPRING INTO ACTION in your job search.  As the weather turns warmer people are more inclined to go out and socialize with family, friends and neighbors. People you haven’t seen in months will be working in their yards and attending outside events.

Every person who is working is someone you should include in your network.  Ask them about themselves, offer any help you could provide for them and then see if they are willing to make contacts for you as well.   Networking is all about being able to give and share before you ask for what you want!  It’s critical to remember that over 50% of Job Seekers obtain their next opportunity or career by effective networking!  It has worked for them and WILL work for you!

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