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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Internal Job Interview Secrets

    If you have an internal job interview scheduled, congratulations. That means that your hard work and success within the company is being noticed and that you are being given opportunities to move up within the organization. You can have the confidence that the employer really wants you to succeed in...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Frequently Asked Job Interview Questions

    Some frequently asked job interview questions include questions that probe your experience, job history, your career aspirations, your achieved results and your personal characteristics. One way to learn how to best answer these common questions would be to look at a list of them and formulate an answer for every...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Amazing Ways To Answer Job Interview Questions

    Knowing how to answer job interview questions effectively requires that you possess three elements. First, you must have a sufficient body of knowledge to adequately and convincingly answer the question. Second, you need to know how to organize that information in a way that will best serve the purposes of...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Secrets To Questions You'll Face In A Job Interview

    Asking the right questions in a job interview can be every bit as important as correctly answering questions in a job interview. In both cases, you are trying to prevent yourself from making some sort of error that would make you look unqualified, while also trying to showcase the attributes...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Secrets Of Handling Tough Job Interview Questions

    The secret to handling tough interview questions is twofold. First, do the work ahead of time that would prevent questions from being tough in the first place. Second, create an action plan that you can execute for all interview questions that come your way, one that can turn even the...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Sample Instructional Coordinator Cover Letter

    Use this template as a cover letter to apply for the post of instructional coordinator. The job seeker in this instructional coordinator cover letter makes it clear to the hiring manager that he is qualified to direct the sales team and other employees on how to build their clientele, improve...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Sample Geological Data Technician Cover Letter

    Use this template as a cover letter to apply for the post of geological data technician. The job seeker in this geological data technician cover letter makes it clear to the hiring manager that he is qualified to measure, record, and evaluate geological data, using sonic, electronic, electrical, seismic, or...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Sample Jewel Grinder Apprentice Cover Letter

    Use this template as a cover letter to apply for the post of jewel grinder apprentice. This jewel grinder apprentice cover letter lets the hiring manager know the applicant is familiar with the duties of such a job - learning by working alongside someone who tends a centerless grinding machine...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Sample Urban Planner Cover Letter

    Use this template as a cover letter to apply for the post of urban planner. This urban planner cover letter shows the hiring manager that the job hunter knows the profession-which involves figuring out the best way to use the land in cities and neighborhoods for houses, stores, and parks....

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Sample Jewel-Bearing Polisher Cover Letter

    Use this template as a cover letter to apply for the post of jewel-bearing polisher. The job seeker in this jewel-bearing polisher cover letter makes it clear to the hiring manager that he is qualified to tend a lathe that polishes internal surfaces of holes in jewel bearings. All jewel-bearing...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Sample Home Restoration Service Supervisor Cover Letter

    Use this template as a cover letter to apply for the post of home restoration service supervisor. The job seeker in this home restoration service supervisor cover letter makes it clear to the hiring manager that he is qualified to supervise and coordinate the process of cleaning and restoring interiors...

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  • Tools & Templates // Jan 2009

    Sample Travel Booking Agent Cover Letter

    Use this template as a cover letter to apply for the post of travel booking agent. The job applicant in this travel booking agent cover letter mentions her previous experience as a travel agent-something that will attract the immediate attention of the hiring manager. Experience counts. Mention it if you...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Starting A Small Home Based Business Opportunity

    One of the best ways to get started with a home based business is to keep it small from the beginning. There is no reason to get ahead of yourself and start hiring employees and renting out warehouse space. There are many small home based business opportunities that you can...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Internship College: Conflicts In The Workplace

    It can sometimes be a struggle to get along with the other employees at a job. It may be clashing personalities that are getting in the way of building relationships or differences in work habits may cause the problems. If you are considering completing an internship college, you will probably...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Benefits Of Call Center Outsourcing

    There is no clear-cut rule as to when a company should certainly outsource their inbound call handling. There are, however, numerous occasions when it may be appropriate for your business to engage in call center outsourcing. Outsourcing call handling management can be a wise method of managing rapid growth while...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Call Center Services - Keeping Up With The Growing Demand

    There are many reasons to consider call center outsourcing, not the least of which is the demand for an increasingly comprehensive range of call center services. Nowadays, companies really have no choice but to give clients what they want and need. A modern, fully equipped call center can help you...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    What To Look For When Outsourcing Your Call Center

    A popular trend taking hold of many different companies is the practice of call center outsourcing. There are numerous well known businesses that use outsourcing for their call centers for various reasons. Although the term may be used often when referring to company customer service, many still do not know...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Turning A Job Layoff Into A New Opportunity

    Let's face it, no one likes to talk about the possibility of layoffs. We hear the whispers, and our stress level rises. How do you face this career crisis? Are there ways to turn a layoff into strengthening experience? Layoffs can flood the market with hundreds or thousands of other...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Survive A Layoff

    Airlines, mortgage companies, real estate offices and recreation vehicle manufacturers are all announcing closing and massive layoffs. Thousands and thousands of American families have had their lives thrown into a time of uncertainty and for some a time of crisis. A layoff can be survived with a careful and well...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Dealing With A Layoff In Your Job History

    If you look at the history of employees, you'll see that they change companies every few years or so. They simply don't work at the same company for years and years anymore. Many times, they are often forced to find a new job due to downsizing or a company layoff....

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Project Management Professional And What You Need To Become One

    There are several conditions that you must fulfill before you can apply for the "Project Management Professional" certification. If you have completed college, then you need three years of post-qualification work experience, including 4500 hours in leading and coordinating various projects. You can apply for this certification even if you...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Employee Motivation - The VERY Easy Way!

    We all like to be acknowledged, but for thousands, even millions of employees, such recognision never happens. From one day to the next, there are no positive messages for their contribution - yet as their boss, you can do this - and it will pay untold benefit for your business,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Be Ready For A Layoff

    If you are worried that your company might be designing a layoff, your widest class of go through is to be set. Employees often see cautionary signaling that their jobs may be at risk. Such signs could include poor company functioning, earlier rounds of layoffs, conflicts with their managing director,...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    How To Get Your Resume Noticed

    First you should know that the manager who is hiring is undoubtedly wanting you to be "The one". He wants a good guy to come in and handle the work he is probably working overtime to handle. He does not want to interview 20 people, he wants to find the...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    How To Keep Your Boss From Knowing You Are Looking For Another Job

    So you've decided to look for another job while you are already ensconced in your present job. The only problem is that you won't want your boss, or anybody else for that matter, to know that you are disgruntled enough to be on the prowl for a better, or at...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    The Essential Guide To Recruiting A New Employee

    The recruiting process starts when supervisors identify an opening. Usually, the line manager will be the first to know. The opening may come about through attrition, termination or the realization that the company needs additional employees. The line manager will then alert the staffing team of the need to recruit...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    The Economics Of Good Service

    Maintaining a high level of customer service is important regardless of the economic situation. So why are some companies placing even more importance on customer service now, as budgets in other areas are shrinking? The answer is simple: When potential clients are tightening their belts, the service experience can be...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    How To Describe Your Strengths During A Job Interview

    Along with "Tell me about yourself," "Describe your strengths" is one of the questions that you know you'll be asked in a job interview. At first blush, it sounds like an easy question. But because it's such a broad topic, it can actually be quite difficult to answer well. This...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Interview Tips From Hiring Managers: Confessions Of Hiring Experts

    If you worry about every possible way you can blow a job interview - from mispronouncing the boss's name to babbling incessantly when you don't know what else to say - you're going to walk in there feeling like you're destined to fail. True, job interviews are rife with opportunities...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    What To Do When Job Seaching Gets You Down

    It is difficult to stay motivated in a job search, particularly when you've been out of work and looking for a while. You spend mornings combing through the job posting sites and sending out your resume and afternoons trying to schedule interviews or check on the status of your application....

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    The Types Of Questions Used In Job Interviews

    At the job interview you will encounter various types of questions. Those questions are categories into Open Questions, Loaded Questions, Leading Questions, and Closed questions, Natural Questions, Probing Questions and Mirror Questions. This paper explains all types of questions in detail.

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    What To Do When Job Searching Gets You Down

    It is difficult to stay motivated in a job search, particularly when you've been out of work and looking for a while. You spend mornings combing through the job posting sites and sending out your resume and afternoons trying to schedule interviews or check on the status of your application....

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    How To Recruit The Best People

    In many sectors and industries, recruiting good quality staff is a real challenge. For example, a recent survey of UK Finance Directors identified that 64% were finding it difficult to recruit good people. The way in which you tackle recruitment has a big impact on your success at recruiting the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Five Steps To A Flawless Interview

    Are you prepared for your next job interview? Do you know the secrets of pulling off a flawless interview and getting the job of your dreams? Use these five easy steps to prepare yourself and leave the best impression possible with the hiring manager. Never walk into an interview without...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    The Benefits Of Hi-Tech, Hi-Touch Mentoring

    As a rule of thumb, every HR leader knows and employs the positive ROI rule when deciding on a new initiative. This rule is especially important when investing in talent management technology, which requires an additional cash outlay for the company and changes the way in which many HR administrators,...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Top 5 Talent Acquisition Tips For 2009

    Companies will expect advances in technology to offer new ways to hire better, faster, and smarter. Technology is increasingly changing the landscape of recruitment and the industry has responded with new digitized CV's from companies like iProfile, Broadbeans multiple job board postings and now Talent Acquisition Networks. The Talent Acquisition...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Job Seeker Dilemma: Overcoming The HR Black Hole

    Somehow in nowadays' job search market we've all bought into this concept that the best candidates are the ones that most fit a list of qualifications someone drummed up as the "Ideal," which sounds good on paper but rarely works out the best. Although companies most certainly need a way...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Get Hired: Appropriate Interview Etiquette

    Interview day is definitely not the day to be running late. If you are unfamiliar with the location of your interview take the time to swing by the day before to make sure you understand how to get there. While it is important not to be late, please also be...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Don't Get Stumped By Tough Interview Questions

    With many people entering the job market again, people are once again faced with that age old question: how should you answer those difficult interview questions, particularly how to answer difficult questions about inexperience, age and handicaps. This paper gives some pointers on how to answer those "Hard to answer"...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Top 30 Good Job Interview Sample Questions Revealed

    This paper gives top 30 good job interview sample questions. Other interview questions are in fact subtopics of these questions. Always think about how to segue into your personal strengths for the job when you answer each question. "What other companies do you consider" is a popular but difficult question...

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