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A simple mistake by either party can raise enough doubt to leave the other looking elsewhere. LinkedIn: 9 Mistakes You're Making. Lots of articles describe how to create a more marketable LinkedIn profile, how to find the right groups to join, how to choose the best profile photo... I should know, I've written about that. Oh, and that. Yep, and that too. The Most Important Interview Question of All Time. 3 Things That Will Get Your Resume Thrown in the Trash. You know all about getting your resume noticed.
(Clean layout! Accomplishments, not duties!) But do you know what’s on the flipside? What you might be doing that could cause recruiters to overlook your resume—or worse, toss it in the trash? Gasp! To learn more, I sat down with a few recruiters and asked them about the resumes that make the cut and those that get tossed. 1. First and foremost, review the requirements listed in the job description and confirm that you have the skills and experience the recruiter is looking for. Why Experience is Overrated and Performance Isn't. Five Self-Defeating Behaviors that Ruin Companies and Careers - Rosabeth Moss Kanter.
By Rosabeth Moss Kanter | 10:00 AM November 20, 2012 In turbulent times, it’s hard enough to deal with external problems.
But too often people and companies exacerbate their troubles by their own actions. Self-defeating behaviors can make any situation worse. Put these five on the what-not-to-do list. 3 Interview Questions that Reveal Everything. Job Interviews: 5 Questions Great Candidates Ask. Why I Like People with Unconventional Resumes - Claudio Fernández-Aráoz. By Claudio Fernández-Aráoz | 8:00 AM July 2, 2012 Professional success used to depend on experience, knowledge, and skill.
But things have changed in recent decades. First, knowledge has become as rapidly obsolete as universally available. Top 25 Oddball Interview Questions Of 2011. Don't Let Your Job Search Depress You - Priscilla Claman. By Priscilla Claman | 9:59 AM March 13, 2012 If you are looking for a job right now, it is certain to take longer than you would like.
The culprit is not just the recession — job boards have made it easier to apply, so now it’s the norm that hundreds of resumes from across the world chase the same job. With that amount of activity, the job search has become more like a marathon than a sprint. Can Facebook Get You a Job? [INFOGRAPHIC] In answer to the question above, approximately 18,400,000 Americans say yes, they got their current job through Facebook.
Though Zuck's platform ranks #1, Twitter and LinkedIn don't have shabby numbers either — 8 million and 10.2 million Americans, respectively, have gotten their jobs through social platforms. Judging from our Job Search Series, it should come as no surprise that being socially savvy pays off in the job hunt for two reasons — it helps you network, and it's a highly marketable strength in your skill set, given all the openings in the digital space. So, it's about time you spruce up those social profiles and start networking. The infographic below combines data from Jobvite, CNN, LinkedIn and JobSearch to assemble a statistical picture of the modern-day job seeker. Check it out for interesting insights and some tricks of the trade to help you land a job.
Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter Factor In to How Job Recruiters Hire Candidates. By now, we’ve all heard about how employers scope out the Tweets and Facebook profiles of job seekers to winnow down the field of applicants.
But job seekers may be surprised to hear just how many recruiters now use social media throughout the hiring process. Perhaps more surprising still, most recruiters are apparently checking for grammar and spelling on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. A new survey released by Jobvite, a company that provides applicant tracking software, shows that 92% of employers are using or planning to use social networks for recruiting this year. This is up slightly from last year at 89%. The study retrieved insights from over 1,000 companies, mostly based in the U.S., in a wide variety of industries. Social networks are viewed by corporations as a means to recruit both passive and active candidates in a personal yet professional way.
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Whether the pay rise is accepted or rejected, you can make sure your employee continues to work hard after your decision has been made. Pay reviews give you the opportunity to reward and offer incentives. Your employee may have shown significant improvement or their job responsibilities may have exceeded their original job description. Alternatively, they may have under-performed or have had disciplinary issues. Preparation After you have agreed to the review and set a date, there are a few things you can do to prepare for the meeting: Research the market value of the job by talking to your HR department, recruitment consultant or checking the appointments pages or salary surveys on the internet.