August 25, 2016 2:09:pm

Job hunting tips

Honesty

Be honest about what you can and cannot do!

Never assume...

Never assume that the interviewer has read your resume or even has a copy of it.

Please always bring a copy with you.

CSR Day Shift Permanent
  • Effectively manage large amounts of incoming email
  • Generate sales leads
  • Meet personal/team sales targets and quotas
  • Identify and assess customers’ needs to achieve satisfaction
  • Build sustainable relationships of trust through open and interactive communication
  • Provide accurate, valid and complete information by using the right methods
  • Handle complaints, provide appropriate solutions and alternatives within the time limits and follow up to ensure resolution
How to find a job?

A job fair is one of the most effective ways to find a job since there'll be an array of companies at one place and time. Find out when the next job fair is by looking at local ads, inquiring at your local college, job search agency or Department of Labor. Positions at job fairs tend to be localized, so attend a job fair in the geography where you want to work.

Finding a job is not always easy, so be sure to use more than one of the job search methods above to ensure your best chance of success.

source: jobhuntingtips.com/howtofind.htm

Punctuality

When your soon to be employer open a door for you, do not waste the chance they gave you. Always give your confirmation if you are attending or won't be able to. This is very important special if the employer give a specific time and date. This means if you missed your sched you need wait till the last scheduled applicant is finished. Your lucky if the employer will still give you a chance for a re-sched, depends on the reason, most of the companies do not give second chances. 
DON’T be late for an interview.  If you are always early, you won’t be late.  Punctuality is a give-away of your character, of your personality... its the first step.
If you are not familiar with the area, ask whoever wrote you. send your question via email, text or call if you have to.  you may do these when you confirm your attendance.
Arrive a few minutes early so that there is ample time to find parking, to find the exact location and be present at the office of the interviewer without appearing rushed.
If you confirm and do not appear on the said date and time. You may not ne given a chance again, almost all companies will blacklist the applicants that didn't arrived, because again this will show your personality. So, if can't come for whatever reason, better that you inform the employer that you can no longer show. This only shows how professional you are and also this shows how you handle a situation. Confirming and not showing is NOT a good idea.
Most job positions are applied for by dozens of applicants with almost the same credentials.  That means that you must provide an edge, and separate yourself from the crowd.  The best ways to do this are to make a good appearance, be polite, be on time, and be thorough with your application.  Later, your job and education experience will speak for you, but these simple rules will help you forever!
And... Always have the original and a copy of all the necessary documents – certificates, references, identification – to present at the interview. Dress appropriately for the role and organization that the interview is with... Remember that first impressions count – smile warmly and communicate clearly.

When your soon to be employer open a door for you, do not waste the chance they gave you. Always give your confirmation if you are attending or won't be able to. This is very important special if the employer give a specific time and date. This means if you missed your sched you need wait till the last scheduled applicant is finished. Your lucky if the employer will still give you a chance for a re-sched, depends on the reason, most of the companies do not give second chances. 

 

DON’T be late for an interview.  If you are always early, you won’t be late.  Punctuality is a give-away of your character, of your personality... its the first step.

 

If you are not familiar with the area, ask whoever wrote you. send your question via email, text or call if you have to.  you may do these when you confirm your attendance.

 

Arrive a few minutes early so that there is ample time to find parking, to find the exact location and be present at the office of the interviewer without appearing rushed.

 

If you confirm and do not appear on the said date and time. You may not ne given a chance again, almost all companies will blacklist the applicants that didn't arrived, because again this will show your personality. So, if can't come for whatever reason, better that you inform the employer that you can no longer show. This only shows how professional you are and also this shows how you handle a situation. Confirming and not showing is NOT a good idea.

 

Most job positions are applied for by dozens of applicants with almost the same credentials.  That means that you must provide an edge, and separate yourself from the crowd.  The best ways to do this are to make a good appearance, be polite, be on time, and be thorough with your application.  Later, your job and education experience will speak for you, but these simple rules will help you forever!

 

 

And... Always have the original and a copy of all the necessary documents – certificates, references, identification – to present at the interview. Dress appropriately for the role and organization that the interview is with... Remember that first impressions count – smile warmly and communicate clearly.

What to do??

Be confident

Be humble as always

Do your research before you apply

-company profile

-job offerings/ vacancies

ask question because this just mean that you're interested

Use Your Employer's Time Fairly

Your time during working hours belong to your employer, so use it fairly. Many workers steal company time to do personal things. This time theft costs not only the employer money, but in the long run, employees as well, since some of the lost money could have been used to give employees a raise.

Follow these hints. They can help you use your employer’s time fairly:

  • Always arrive at work on time. Many workers steal time by coming to work late. This costs the company and workers money. Always arrive on time. Allow plenty of time to get to work, keeping in mind that many things can happen, subway or car breakdown, etc.

  • Don’t cheat by taking long breaks. Some employees cheat their employers by taking long coffee breaks. The average break lasts between 10 to 20 minutes. However, some workers stretch their breaks to more than half an hour! Others stretch a lunch hour to an hour and a half or more. Take your breaks. Take your lunch. But be fair.

  • Don’t go on personal errands on company time. Many workers cheat employers by leaving for short periods of time to go on errands for themselves. Do it often enough and you will lose your job!

  • Keep working until quitting time. Another way some workers steal time is by sneaking out early. Others hang around doing nothing 10 or 15 minutes before the clock strikes 5:00 pm. Your employer has a right to a full day’s work for a full day’s pay. Keep working right until it is time to quit.

Employers keep a particularly close eye on new workers for a lot of reasons. They watch them to see if they can do the job. They watch to see if they need help. They also watch to see if they use their time fairly. They want to know right away if they have hired an employee who steals time.

When you start a new job, your boss will be watching you, so don’t waste time. When you’re at work, your time is they employer’s time, so govern yourself accordingly.

CAREER EXCELLENCE!

Follow Excellence and Success will Chase you!

Dress Properly
Dress up properly when you go to your interview, Make sure to clean up your self after arriving at the place of interview and before you get interviewed.
When you do use verbs to describe your background, choose powerful ones.

When you do use verbs to describe your background, choose powerful ones. Try "achieved," "completed," "managed," "resolved," and "increased." Words like "contributed" or "supported" are less impressive. Keep in mind that your resume is the place to list accomplishments, not just job duties or responsibilities.

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