Archive | July, 2011

Do Your Emotions Runneth Over at Work?

Do Your Emotions Runneth Over at Work?

Do you have a poor inner work life? While emotions may be a big player in this, it’s still something very real that should be addressed before your career and motivation take a nosedive.

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Give it to me straight

A major concern on every employee’s mind is not what their boss or supervisor says, but what they choose not to say.… Read More

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Have Your Resume Reviewed

When you spend so much time on your resume, it helps to get a second pair of eyes on it once you’re done — someone else can spot things you may overlook because you’re so familiar with the content.… Read More

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Share Your Weakness When Asked

Nobody is perfect, so why claim you are in the interview? Try humility and motivation instead of perfection and dazzle your interviewer.

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4 Last Minute Tips to Use En Route to the Interview

4 Last Minute Tips to Use En Route to the Interview

You’ve prepared for the content of your first in-person interview, but have you thought through the “rest” of the interview? Here are some tips to help.

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The specter of silence in the workplace

Every now and again, the massive A/C unit that pumps cold air throughout my colleagues’ workspaces shuts down.… Read More

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Interviewing Tips…From One Interviewer’s Viewpoint

Interviewing Tips From One Interviewer’s Viewpoint

What do you have to offer the company you’re interviewing for? These 5 tips from an expert in the realm of interviewing show how to best represent yourself and your qualities in an interview.

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How to get a leg up in your next interview

Before the age of Myspace, Facebook, Google, and the Internet, job seekers had to go into interviews relatively blind.… Read More

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