June 1, 2016 1:54:am

Job hunting tips

Completing Tasks

When you are having a problem completing a task, please try to research the answer before asking your employer.  You may be given the task for several reasons.  One reason may be that the employer is testing you to see how well you can do it on your own.  Another reason may be that the employer does not know how to do it so they have asked you to do it for them.

5 Tips On Negotiating Salary
Have you heard the expression “If you do not have the salary you deserve, you get what you’ve been able to negotiate”? That is the harsh reality. Reflect for a moment about your current salary. How much do you earn? How much do you think you should earn in your next job? Remember: your negotiating skills play a key role in getting the salary you want and deserve. Here are some tips to help you successfully negotiate your salary: Have patience. Wage bargaining is tricky yet essential. Be prudent and do not make the mistake of bringing up this subject too early and in an overly aggressive manner. First, you need to know your situation perfectly. Does the company have an urgent and compelling need for a professional of your credentials? How badly do you want that job? Be certain of your objectives before you plan your approach. Learn. To learn the next 3 steps, check it out here >> http://www.sysgen.com.ph/articles/5-tips-on-negotiating-salary/630
Job scam tips from fraud.org
  1. Don’t pay a fee upfront. Most legitimate employment agencies don’t charge unless they actually succeed in getting you a job, and often it’s the new employer who pays.
  2. Be cautious about emails offering help getting a job. Many unsolicited emails are fraudulent.
  3. Know exactly what services are being offered. The company may only provide advice or help writing a resume. Some fraudulent employment services simply sell lists of companies that they have gotten from public directories. They may not have contacted those companies directly or know if there are really any job openings.
  4. Document all promises. Print out the information so you can prove what you were promised.
  5. Be wary of promises to help get you a government job. If a test is required, the government usually conducts it. No employment service can guarantee that you’ll qualify for a government job or arrange to get you special treatment.  
  6. Money-back guarantees may not be worth the paper they’re written on. Fraudulent employment services will use an endless string of excuses for why you’re not entitled to a refund.
  7. Do your own research. Use the public library, newspapers, the Internet, and your state employment office to find the job that’s right for you.
Use of free online job Posting

Use of free online job Posting is a cost saving technique in hiring employees.

Interview Jitters

First rule in coming to an interview is, you must be prepared.

Know the background of the company. Search on the net, know what type of indusctry they are in, type of environment they are in, how big is the company, how long did they exist, their products.

You must have 5-year 10-year plans and you must know to get it. Show your worth but be sure not to the point that you are a show-off. If you are prepared, then you can be relaxed.

Never argue with the interviewer, if they are very rough or bossy, for sure they are just trying to see how you will react in a toxic environment and they to see how are you going to handle pressure or tension.

Be neat and look professional. Don't come in loose round neck shirt and rubber shoes. If you have a long hair tidy them up. Make sure you do not stink, I mean all over, body, mouth, no poop under your shoes, etc.

What is your greatest weakness?

Be careful with this one. Most interview guides will tell you to answer it with a positive trait disguised as a weakness. For example, "I tend to expect others to work as hard as I do," or "I'm a bit of a perfectionist." Interviewers have heard these "canned" answers over and over again. To stand out, be more original and state a true weakness, but then emphasize what you've done to overcome it. For example: "I've had trouble delegating duties to others because I felt I could do things better myself. This has sometimes backfired because I'd end up with more than I could handle and the quality of my work would suffer. But I've taken courses in time management and learned effective delegation techniques, and I feel I've overcome this weakness."

IMPORTANT: Be sure the weakness you talk about is NOT a key element of the position!

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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.

Job hunters

Job hunters are mostly searching in the internet nowadays. Employers should innovate their employment services with the use of website job post.

source: www.caritasbusiness.blogspot.com


Sell Your Strengths, Know Your Weaknesses

Employers know that no applicant is perfect. We know when you are being too good to be true and we find it difficult to trust someone who doesn't know how to represent himself as honest as possible.

We don't hire applicants based only on what you say during the interview. Each applicant undergoes an objective, if not scientific, process to eliminate those who are not qualified. If you let us know what you can do and what you couldn't you are not doing harm on your search for the perfect job. You are only helping us.

So be true to yourself because we will know why we should hire you.

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

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