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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    HR and Search Engine Optimization: Ten Practical Tips to Improving the Visibility and Usability of Your Company's Career Section

    The purpose of this whitepaper is to help one improve their career section. Having analyzed thousands of company websites and all of their career sections, the authors have found certain trends that set the successful career sections apart from the rest - simple features and functions that all companies can...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Calibrate Performance Review Ratings Across Your Management Team

    If you are a manager who takes the responsibility of doing performance reviews seriously you are probably frustrated with the process. It's far from a perfect science but one thing is certain, if promotions and other career decisions are based in part on the performance reviews of employees, it's important...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    A Quick Way To Improve Your Performance Review

    A good Performance Review is a great opportunity if done correctly, to motivate your staff. If it is not motivating them, then both you and they are missing out. To motivate your staff you need to give an accurate review of their strengths and weaknesses, recognising their value to the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Top Mistakes Job Hunters Make (And How To Avoid Them)

    Many job seekers think that whether they land a new position is a matter of luck: it's good luck if they're hired, and it's bad luck if they're not. The truth is that what separates successful job hunters from unsuccessful ones often is a question of preparedness, persistence, and hard...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Interviewing When You're Older

    Employers sometimes fear hiring people who are older than forty. Your job in the interview, says career consultant Anne Hadley, is to ease that fear. One way is by reassuring the interviewer you're willing to learn new things. "If you sit there and tell them story after story about your...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Some Things To Know Before Negotiating Salary With A New Employer

    There are many schools of thought about salary negotiations and it appears that a great many of them involve game playing, duplicity, and tiptoeing around an actual number. Everyone wants to get paid as much as they can but it doesn't make sense (for most people) to refuse to answer...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Depression And The Job Hunt

    Depression, of course, is not restricted just to the job-hunt. Depression can come at any time in life, and for a multitude of causes. It comes not just to our clients, but to our loved ones, our friends, and even ourselves. Moreover, it can recur, again and again, throughout a...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Four Common Sense Tips For The Telephone Interview

    Here's a phone interview tip worth considering: smile. A smile is a magic thing, and in addition to being seen in person it can be felt from a distance. When doing a phone interview, don't think that because the person on the other end of the phone can't see you...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    2 Ways To Reverse Your Job Search

    Success in your job search might be right around the corner, if you're willing to do the opposite of what the hordes of other job seekers are doing. This paper gives two examples of "Reverse thinking" that could help you find a job faster. The typical job posting is a...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Finding The "Key" Words To The Job

    The words you use to express yourself say more about you than you think. In fact, your vocabulary and the use of appropriate words say more about you than the message you are trying communicate. You are judged by the words you use. When you are looking for a job...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Don't Underestimate The Importance Of Phone Interviews - Part 2

    As the phone interview winds down, the interviewer will likely ask the inevitable and awkward question that most candidates dread: "What are you looking for in terms of compensation?" And it's almost always asked on a phone interview, especially when distance is involved. Why? The company doesn't want to fly...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Don't Underestimate The Importance Of Phone Interviews

    Phone interviews are a screening process generally used when a company is considering several candidates, any one of whom will need to be relocated if hired. The phone interview tells them who is worth their money to fly in for a face to face - and who isn't. Thinking it...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Questions You Should Ask During The Job Interview

    At some point, usually at the conclusion of the interview, you may be asked, "Do you have any questions?" A common answer to this question is, "No, I think you've covered everything very well." This is the wrong answer! You have passed up your opportunity to ask some critical questions...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Making The Tour Work For You

    At some point in the interview process, you'll probably be offered a tour of the facility, floor, or unit in which you're interviewing for a job. (If a tour is not offered, be sure to ask! You'll certainly want to see the facility in which you'll be working if you...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Tips For A Phone Interview

    If you haven't interviewed for a job in awhile, you may be surprised when you are asked to do a phone interview first. Most companies are using a phone interview to speed up the hiring cycle. The purpose of the phone interview is to cut down the pile of applicants...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Your Next Blind Date

    If you do any kind of research on job interviews, invariably, the topic of job interview jitters comes up. You'll read all about stress and its symptoms, such as dry mouth, shaking hands, tight muscles, forgetfulness, quick breathing, increased blood pressure, nervous habits, perspiring, poor speech patterns, upset stomachs, and...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Social Networks And Job Search A Delicate Combination

    Can social networks help you find job opportunities? The answer is a definite "Yes!" However, depending on your approach, social networks can also harm your job search process. There are many things to consider when meeting professionals online, garnering opportunities and presenting yourself as a candidate. Getting access to optimum...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Top Mistakes Job Hunters Make (And How To Avoid Them)

    Many job seekers think that whether they land a new position is a matter of luck: it's good luck if they're hired, and it's bad luck if they're not. The truth is that what separates successful job hunters from unsuccessful ones often is a question of preparedness, persistence, and hard...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Interviewing When You're Older

    Employers sometimes fear hiring people who are older than forty. Your job in the interview, says career consultant Anne Hadley, is to ease that fear. One way is by reassuring the interviewer you're willing to learn new things. "If you sit there and tell them story after story about your...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Some Things To Know Before Negotiating Salary With A New Employer

    There are many schools of thought about salary negotiations and it appears that a great many of them involve game playing, duplicity, and tiptoeing around an actual number. Everyone wants to get paid as much as they can but it doesn't make sense (for most people) to refuse to answer...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Depression And The Job Hunt

    Depression, of course, is not restricted just to the job-hunt. Depression can come at any time in life, and for a multitude of causes. It comes not just to our clients, but to our loved ones, our friends, and even ourselves. Moreover, it can recur, again and again, throughout a...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Four Common Sense Tips For The Telephone Interview

    Here's a phone interview tip worth considering: smile. A smile is a magic thing, and in addition to being seen in person it can be felt from a distance. When doing a phone interview, don't think that because the person on the other end of the phone can't see you...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Calibrate Performance Review Ratings Across Your Management Team

    If you are a manager who takes the responsibility of doing performance reviews seriously you are probably frustrated with the process. It's far from a perfect science but one thing is certain, if promotions and other career decisions are based in part on the performance reviews of employees, it's important...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    A Quick Way To Improve Your Performance Review

    A good Performance Review is a great opportunity if done correctly, to motivate your staff. If it is not motivating them, then both you and they are missing out. To motivate your staff you need to give an accurate review of their strengths and weaknesses, recognising their value to the...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    HR and Search Engine Optimization: Ten Practical Tips to Improving the Visibility and Usability of Your Company's Career Section

    The purpose of this whitepaper is to help one improve their career section. Having analyzed thousands of company websites and all of their career sections, the authors have found certain trends that set the successful career sections apart from the rest - simple features and functions that all companies can...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    2 Ways To Reverse Your Job Search

    Success in your job search might be right around the corner, if you're willing to do the opposite of what the hordes of other job seekers are doing. This paper gives two examples of "Reverse thinking" that could help you find a job faster. The typical job posting is a...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Finding The "Key" Words To The Job

    The words you use to express yourself say more about you than you think. In fact, your vocabulary and the use of appropriate words say more about you than the message you are trying communicate. You are judged by the words you use. When you are looking for a job...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Don't Underestimate The Importance Of Phone Interviews - Part 2

    As the phone interview winds down, the interviewer will likely ask the inevitable and awkward question that most candidates dread: "What are you looking for in terms of compensation?" And it's almost always asked on a phone interview, especially when distance is involved. Why? The company doesn't want to fly...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Don't Underestimate The Importance Of Phone Interviews

    Phone interviews are a screening process generally used when a company is considering several candidates, any one of whom will need to be relocated if hired. The phone interview tells them who is worth their money to fly in for a face to face - and who isn't. Thinking it...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Questions You Should Ask During The Job Interview

    At some point, usually at the conclusion of the interview, you may be asked, "Do you have any questions?" A common answer to this question is, "No, I think you've covered everything very well." This is the wrong answer! You have passed up your opportunity to ask some critical questions...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Making The Tour Work For You

    At some point in the interview process, you'll probably be offered a tour of the facility, floor, or unit in which you're interviewing for a job. (If a tour is not offered, be sure to ask! You'll certainly want to see the facility in which you'll be working if you...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Tips For A Phone Interview

    If you haven't interviewed for a job in awhile, you may be surprised when you are asked to do a phone interview first. Most companies are using a phone interview to speed up the hiring cycle. The purpose of the phone interview is to cut down the pile of applicants...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Your Next Blind Date

    If you do any kind of research on job interviews, invariably, the topic of job interview jitters comes up. You'll read all about stress and its symptoms, such as dry mouth, shaking hands, tight muscles, forgetfulness, quick breathing, increased blood pressure, nervous habits, perspiring, poor speech patterns, upset stomachs, and...

    Provided By JobDig

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Social Networks And Job Search A Delicate Combination

    Can social networks help you find job opportunities? The answer is a definite "Yes!" However, depending on your approach, social networks can also harm your job search process. There are many things to consider when meeting professionals online, garnering opportunities and presenting yourself as a candidate. Getting access to optimum...

    Provided By JobDig