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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Recruiter: Efficiency Vs. Effectiveness

    Recruitment must be a core strategic asset if people are contributors to competitive advantage. Very few businesses today don't depend heavily on having the right people in the right place at the right time. Hiring effectively is often more important than hiring efficiently. Yet most hiring organizations measure themselves on...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Questions You Ask During The Interview

    Interviewers are more impressed with your questions than any selling points you try to make. Create questions before each interview that you will ask. When the interviewer asks if you have any questions just take out your list. Write your questions by starting with "What" or "How". Limit your use...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Fear Of Interviewing For A Job

    Your heart is beating faster than usual, your hands feel clammy, your mouth is so dry it feels like you have cotton inside - and you're supposed to feel confident. Are you going to an interview or a torture session? The answer is - "It's all in your perspective." Ideally...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How To Triple Your Job Interview Requests

    You've sent out your resume. You attached a cover letter - even remembered to ask for the interview. Now it's the waiting game. You sit by the phone with your day planner in hand - ready for the phone to ring. Except it doesn't! You wonder what went wrong. What...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Managing Interview Stress: Six Quick Tips To Keep You Cool In Conference

    Nobody likes a job interview. It's stressful - a potentially life-altering event. Yet, the average worker is going to have 5.4 jobs over his or her career so, if you haven't already had the pleasure, a job interview may well be in your future. The best interview you'll ever give...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Preparation Tips For Effective 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...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How Not To Sell Yourself During A Job Interview

    Common interviewing advice recommends you sell yourself during a job interview. Interviews are often called selling events, but this is not true. Job interviews are just like playing darts blindfolded. When you play darts, there is one target you're trying to hit with your three darts. The person with the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Interviewing Advice: Look The Part

    The key word for all business interviewing (regardless of the position you are seeking) is conservative. An applicant can never go wrong displaying conservative demeanor during a job interview. Proper planning beforehand can help make the experience easy, beneficial, and almost pleasant. However, lack of planning will be recognized immediately...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Thriving On Phone Interviews

    Phone interviews are frequently used by companies to save the company's time by pre-qualifying your interest and expertise. This paper provides some recommendations to ensure your next phone interview is successful for you. Phone interviews place you at a disadvantage because you only have one tool of communication, your voice....

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    What You Need To Get A New Job? Fast

    It seems job hunting is one of the most stressful situations you can find yourself in. It's probably because you're miserable in your current job, you've been let go or you are at a crossroads in your career. Whatever the reason, you want - and need - a new job...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Knowing What You Want In Your Next Job

    Question - "When have you been most motivated?" This question is more than an interview question; it is a question that you should be asking yourself before the interview. When have you been most satisfied in your work? When did you feel like you were making a difference or making...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    A Great Tip For Holiday Networking

    If someone wants to refer you to someone else, the card suffices, because it's a bite size piece of information they looked at immediately, and easily absorbed. Let the person who is referred to you ask you for your resume, because your friend isn't going to send it. So if...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How To Avoid Unforced Errors In Your Job Search

    Have not one but two trusted friends read your resumes and cover letters. Tell them to pay close attention to your name, phone number, address and the headings in your documents - most mistakes happen there. Almost as bad as a silly greeting is no answering machine at all. Because...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Coping With Unemployment

    On a daily basis you check your email to see if your sixteen different job search agents returned that dream job. You send your resume to at least five positions a day. Heck, you even look in the Sunday newspaper! The media tells us that the economic recovery has begun....

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How To Get Hired By Being Obvious

    If you want a drink of water, do you hire a focus group or pick up the Yellow Pages? No. You go to the kitchen, fill a glass and drink. You take the shortest route to fill your need. The path is obvious, right? Your job search is the same...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Are You Looking For A Job ... Or Waiting For A Job?

    Are you looking for a job - really looking? Or are you simply waiting for employment to fall into your lap? This paper shows two ways to be more proactive - and much more effective - in your job search. The traditional employment market is just like Japanese real estate....

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Job Hunting While Employed Requires A Different Approach

    Job seekers often ask if they should quit their job in order to devote full time to the search for new employment. The answer is a resounding no. The employed professional is almost always more attractive to a potential new employer than those who are not working. Search firms and...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    5 Job Search Tips For New Grads

    Often, jobs at smaller and non-profit organizations are harder to find, requiring more networking on your part. However, you'll face less competition from other job hunters who are not willing to put in the effort. Follow-up is one of the most important elements of any successful job search, especially for...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Build Your Rolodex Of Networking Contacts

    An effective job campaign is well-rounded and does not rely on any one method to achieve results. Most job hunters limit their job search to looking through classified ads. That is a big mistake. Most job hunters purposely neglect networking because they feel it can be uncomfortable and believe it...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Questions You Ask During The Interview

    Interviewers are more impressed with your questions than any selling points you try to make. Create questions before each interview that you will ask. When the interviewer asks if you have any questions just take out your list. Write your questions by starting with "What" or "How". Limit your use...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Fear Of Interviewing For A Job

    Your heart is beating faster than usual, your hands feel clammy, your mouth is so dry it feels like you have cotton inside - and you're supposed to feel confident. Are you going to an interview or a torture session? The answer is - "It's all in your perspective." Ideally...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How To Triple Your Job Interview Requests

    You've sent out your resume. You attached a cover letter - even remembered to ask for the interview. Now it's the waiting game. You sit by the phone with your day planner in hand - ready for the phone to ring. Except it doesn't! You wonder what went wrong. What...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Managing Interview Stress: Six Quick Tips To Keep You Cool In Conference

    Nobody likes a job interview. It's stressful - a potentially life-altering event. Yet, the average worker is going to have 5.4 jobs over his or her career so, if you haven't already had the pleasure, a job interview may well be in your future. The best interview you'll ever give...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Preparation Tips For Effective 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 Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How Not To Sell Yourself During A Job Interview

    Common interviewing advice recommends you sell yourself during a job interview. Interviews are often called selling events, but this is not true. Job interviews are just like playing darts blindfolded. When you play darts, there is one target you're trying to hit with your three darts. The person with the...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Interviewing Advice: Look The Part

    The key word for all business interviewing (regardless of the position you are seeking) is conservative. An applicant can never go wrong displaying conservative demeanor during a job interview. Proper planning beforehand can help make the experience easy, beneficial, and almost pleasant. However, lack of planning will be recognized immediately...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Thriving On Phone Interviews

    Phone interviews are frequently used by companies to save the company's time by pre-qualifying your interest and expertise. This paper provides some recommendations to ensure your next phone interview is successful for you. Phone interviews place you at a disadvantage because you only have one tool of communication, your voice....

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    What You Need To Get A New Job? Fast

    It seems job hunting is one of the most stressful situations you can find yourself in. It's probably because you're miserable in your current job, you've been let go or you are at a crossroads in your career. Whatever the reason, you want - and need - a new job...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Knowing What You Want In Your Next Job

    Question - "When have you been most motivated?" This question is more than an interview question; it is a question that you should be asking yourself before the interview. When have you been most satisfied in your work? When did you feel like you were making a difference or making...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    A Great Tip For Holiday Networking

    If someone wants to refer you to someone else, the card suffices, because it's a bite size piece of information they looked at immediately, and easily absorbed. Let the person who is referred to you ask you for your resume, because your friend isn't going to send it. So if...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How To Avoid Unforced Errors In Your Job Search

    Have not one but two trusted friends read your resumes and cover letters. Tell them to pay close attention to your name, phone number, address and the headings in your documents - most mistakes happen there. Almost as bad as a silly greeting is no answering machine at all. Because...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Coping With Unemployment

    On a daily basis you check your email to see if your sixteen different job search agents returned that dream job. You send your resume to at least five positions a day. Heck, you even look in the Sunday newspaper! The media tells us that the economic recovery has begun....

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    How To Get Hired By Being Obvious

    If you want a drink of water, do you hire a focus group or pick up the Yellow Pages? No. You go to the kitchen, fill a glass and drink. You take the shortest route to fill your need. The path is obvious, right? Your job search is the same...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Are You Looking For A Job ... Or Waiting For A Job?

    Are you looking for a job - really looking? Or are you simply waiting for employment to fall into your lap? This paper shows two ways to be more proactive - and much more effective - in your job search. The traditional employment market is just like Japanese real estate....

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Job Hunting While Employed Requires A Different Approach

    Job seekers often ask if they should quit their job in order to devote full time to the search for new employment. The answer is a resounding no. The employed professional is almost always more attractive to a potential new employer than those who are not working. Search firms and...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    5 Job Search Tips For New Grads

    Often, jobs at smaller and non-profit organizations are harder to find, requiring more networking on your part. However, you'll face less competition from other job hunters who are not willing to put in the effort. Follow-up is one of the most important elements of any successful job search, especially for...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2008

    Build Your Rolodex Of Networking Contacts

    An effective job campaign is well-rounded and does not rely on any one method to achieve results. Most job hunters limit their job search to looking through classified ads. That is a big mistake. Most job hunters purposely neglect networking because they feel it can be uncomfortable and believe it...

    Provided By Net-Temps

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Recruiter: Efficiency Vs. Effectiveness

    Recruitment must be a core strategic asset if people are contributors to competitive advantage. Very few businesses today don't depend heavily on having the right people in the right place at the right time. Hiring effectively is often more important than hiring efficiently. Yet most hiring organizations measure themselves on...

    Provided By Net-Temps