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21 Jan
2015

Betty Ebbi John

Director

Increasing Disability Employment in the Workplace

This post originally appeared on Blogging 4 Jobs by Hannah Weiss   Why increase awareness about disability employment in the workplace? Besides the altruistic, “just because” answer; hiring disabled people makes practical business sense. Not only do employers gain dedicated and passionate employees, they often receive tax credits or breaks from the government, among other benefits. It is easier to hire people with disabilities than ever before, it’s often encouraged and sometimes required. In March 2014, 4.67 million people with disabilities were participating

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21 Jan
2015

Deepa Bhargava

Search Consultant

40 Considerations When Choosing Your Next ATS

This post originally appeared on Blogging 4 Jobs by Bridget Webb   No two HR Technologies are created equal. Repeat this to yourself frequently when looking to make a change or when adding new technologies to your HR tool belt. Applicant tracking systems (ATS) are no different. In fact, I would go as far as to say choosing the right ATS for your organization and your organization of tomorrow is a decision that effects not just your recruitment team but your entire company. It’s the necessary evil that HR loves to hate yet couldn’t function properly without it. With

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20 Jan
2015

Karen

Senior Associate Consultant

What is Candidate Fit?

This post originally appeared on About Careers by Alison Doyle   Employers are always looking for candidates who are a good match for the job, the department and the organization. Even if you seem ideal on paper, during an interview the employer will likely assess whether you're a "good fit" for the company.   Even if you have terrific credentials, if it doesn’t appear that you’ll fit in with management, the other employees, or with the company culture you may not get a job offer – and the job may not be right for you.   What

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20 Jan
2015

Deepa Bhargava

Search Consultant

Resume Skills Section

This post originally appeared on About Careers by Alison Doyle   The skills section of your resume includes your abilities that are related to the jobs you are applying for. Include skills that are relevant to the position/career field that you are interested in, i.e. computer skills, software skills and/or language skills.   For example, if you are applying for an administrative position, include Microsoft Office and other software programs you can use in your skills section. If you are a computer programmer, list the programming languages, software, and pl

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20 Jan
2015

Jonna Marjorie

Admin Assistant

5 Tricks in Writing an Effective LinkedIn Headline

This post originally appeared on Career Enlightenment by Cari Bennette   With 332 million users from over 200 countries and 2 new members joining every minute, LinkedIn is not yet the giant that common social media Facebook and Twitter are, but it’s getting there.   In case you’re wondering how significant LinkedIn is becoming, see some stats: -   More than 4 million companies have LinkedIn Company Pages. -   Over 39 million students and recent grads are on LinkedIn and this is their fastest-growing demographic. -   100

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20 Jan
2015

Rhomiela Diafante

Associate Consultant

Stressed-Out Job Seekers

This post originally appeared on Career Enlightenment by Joshua Waldman   HOUSE:  I love the cranky bastard.   During last year’s season finale of the TV show House, though, I learned something … and that is the absolute power our right brain has over our lives.   The parallel is drawn between House’s patient, whose right brain doesn’t communicate with his left brain, and his own dissociative hallucinations. The patient’s left hand (right brain) seems to have a mind of its own. His hand throws things at people, slaps people,

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20 Jan
2015

Jean Silvestre

Admin Assistant

The Two Most Important Questions You Should Answer In Any Job Interview

This post originally appeared on Career Enlightenment by Joshua Smith   The typical recruiting process can include several meetings from Human Resources to regional managers and even with your future colleagues, and involves a barrage of questions strategically designed to pry as deeply into your life as legally possible.   In this case, knowing as much as possible about your competition would be an asset. But it’s highly unlikely that your potential employer is going to give you a copy of all the other candidates’ resumes so you know how to position yourself.

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19 Jan
2015

Habiba Fouad

Senior Executive Search Consultant

How to do a performance review of your manager

This post originally appeared on Cube Rules by Scot Herrick   It is coming to the year-end performance review time. We're all concerned about our performance review, of course, but now is also a good time to review the performance of your manager in terms of how effective the manager is with you and your work. Most people evaluate their manager every day -- based on their emotional reactions to what is happening around them that day. They miss the bigger picture of a manager's performance. So how should you evaluate your manager? Let me suggest five great questions to ask

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19 Jan
2015

Karen

Senior Associate Consultant

8 Ways to Give Feedback to Your Boss and Coworkers

This post originally appeared on Cube Rules by Theresa Boruta   When you think of feedback in the workplace, you’re likely to picture receiving advice, criticism or praise from your manager. However, it is not always a one way street. Several situations may occur that will require you to provide feedback to your coworkers or even your boss. Although it might not be an easy task, it may be necessary, so it is important to understand some of the key factors when giving feedback to your colleagues and superiors. Read on to find out some of the best ways to approach these situatio

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19 Jan
2015

Sanaa AbdulRahiman

Associate Director

5 Simple Tips for Answering Phone Interview Questions

This post originally appeared on Cube Rules by Scot Herrick   Once your resume is out there, the next step in the hiring process is usually a phone interview with a recruiter. Someone who is an intermediary between you and a hiring manager interview. These interviews, done on the phone, require different approaches to answering the interview questions than a face to face interview. Here are five tips to help answer those phone interview questions.   1. Print out a copy of your resume After you send out twenty or thirty resumes over a couple of weeks, you start to no

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