Monthly Archive for February, 2016

: February, 2016

Turn the phone interview into a great opportunity

A telephone interview – no doubt – will happen at some point in your job search as most employers will use the phone to screen you for a potential job. Employers use the telephone as a way to save money and time when narrowing down the field of candidates and most likely you will experience

Take steps to deal with reluctant references

References play a huge in your career progression, even though you might not think of them until you have a job offer. Selecting your list of references needs thoughtful consideration because some are better at being reference than others. Job candidates can easily develop a nonchalant attitude when making use of references such as handing

Find a job you love

Finding a job you love is important for a number of reasons, one of which is the amount of time you spend working. According to Paula Caligiuri, Ph.D. “Get a Life Not a Job“, Work Psychologist and Professor at Rutgers University you spend 94,365 hours of your life working. To use the numbers in a

Can you trust job postings?

With job boards listing tons of opportunities for employment it’s no wonder the majority of time spent job searching is behind a computer screen. When listening to candidates describe their strategy on how they are finding jobs, most will begin with an explanation on how many jobs they have applied for without the expected results.