Employment 101-From College to the Professional World

by Diann Koski and Mike Kuenzi  Wednesday, January 04, 2012

Diann Koski is the Client Solutions Representative at Boyd Hunter Employment Services. Diann has over 10 years of experience in candidate sourcing and recruiting, manager coaching and training, employee communication and retention, and more. She has worked with a wide range of employers and industries from Software Development to Manufacturing. Diann earned a BBA from UW-Whitewater...
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Mike Kuenzi hosted employment-related radio programs at LocalJobNetwork.com (LJN) that were of special interest to people newly entering the work force. Topics for his programs were often the result of specific questions job seekers would ask Mike on any given day. Mike graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee with a major in business administration and a minor in communications...
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Young professionals are always looking to find ways to get the advantage in a professional world that demands experience. Many job seekers talk about saturated job markets, employers that expect more knowledge, and how they never get called back after an interview. Employment 101-From College to the Professional World will bring a new discussion as to what recruiters and employers are really looking for in a young candidate. Experts in the industry discuss how to transition from student to professional. From interview preparation to the vital steps to land the perfect career, Employment 101 can help get you to where you want to go.
Duration: 27 Minutes

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