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  The Marriage of HR and Social Media
by Carolyn Cohn - Apr, 2011
Human Resources (HR) people work with human beings. Because of that perspective, HR people have not been among the first to jump on the social media bandwagon. However, it enhances their ability to recruit people. It is a natural. Although HR has many different responsibilities, one of them, of course, is to protect the company for whom they work from legal issues. Another very large responsibility is to cultivate and protec...
 
  Considering a Career Change? Use Free or Low Cost Career Tests
by Marcia Robinson - Apr, 2011
If you find yourself in a job or career that no longer meets your criteria for career success, it might be time for a career change. If you are considering a career change, use free or low cost career tests to help you develop your next career move. Everyone has a list of different criteria for career success. These criteria could include wage levels, workplace power or occupational prestige. Regardless of our personal meas...
 
  Workplace Friends and Foes—Your Forever Network
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2011
Ever been to a high school reunion? Some former classmates look the same. Some you only recognize if they have a name tag. It's not how people look that flips our memory switch. It's their names that get us to remember how each person has been preserved in our minds: -How they treated us (and we them) -How smart and/or accomplished they seemed to be -How they behaved alone, in groups, and with those they dated -If we...
 
  An Introvert's Resistance to Networking
by Ruth Shapiro - Apr, 2011
An introverted client -- let us call him Frank -- refused to network even though he had just been laid off due to severe cost-cutting in a difficult economy. An Accounting Manager with an insurance company, Frank consulted me for help with his job search, but refused to network. When I asked about his community activities I learned he held an important position as the Treasurer of his church and his beach club. I suggested tha...
 
  Networking – What you might be missing
by Hallie Crawford - Apr, 2011
I met with a VP at a public relations agency, Mary, a few months ago. We talked about LinkedIn and how it is an important resource for job search, and for career management. I know many people are not on LinkedIn and many others feel they don’t need to be. Some professionals are at the top of their career path, or even the tails end of their career and don’t see the need for continued networking. I disagree with this perspecti...
 
  New Employees Can Mean Trouble | Managing Team Chemistry
by Dawn Lennon - Apr, 2011
A filled vacancy starts with optimism. The boss is high on what the new employee can add to the team. Existing employees are relieved they didn’t have to absorb more work. Bosses usually start with an announcement before the person shows up. Employees hear about the new hire’s capabilities and experiences. They often hear high praise for how s/he will strengthen the team. Enough already! New employees mean change....
 
  Top 10 Communication Faux Pas With Your CEO
by Suzanne Bates - Apr, 2011
We all make mistakes with the boss, and some leave a pretty healthy scar. My own list is robust and impressive. When you put your foot in your mouth, mess up, fail to communicate, or send a message you never intended, there’s only one thing to do - apologize and learn. As Conrad Hilton once said, “Successful people keep moving. They make mistakes but they don’t quit.” When I was a young reporter in Rockford Illinois, I...
 
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  GetHired!™ Use Your Network
by GetHired!™ - Apr, 2011
Post your resume so employers can find you easily. Employers' top strategies to finding candidates are through online job sites. Start your job search with GetHired!™ Utilizing the right resources, tools and services, we make it easy for you! GetHired!™ Resources are h...
 
  Celebrating Kindness Day – How to help a job seeker
by Miriam Salpeter - Apr, 2011
Today, my colleague Phyllis Mufson invited me to participate in “Kindness Day.” Via her blog, she suggests perpetrating kindness via Twitter by doing and tweeting acts of kindness, using the hashtag (search tag) #Kindness. Writing about job search and interacting regularly with job seekers, I thought it made sense to also contribute a brief blog with tips about how to be kind to job seekers. It’s very easy to make half-hear...
 
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