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Interview Guidelines from an Interviewer

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 Recently at a meeting of Network Support Plus in Middleboro, Ma.  Andrea M. Priest the Executive Director of Middleboro Council on Aging. Gave a seminar to some job seekers. There is some very valuable information she passed along,  that points out what the interviewer is looking for and what is a turn off.Here is and outline she passed out to everyone.  On PaperBe prepared to fill out references on an application (names and phone numbers). *1Always include a resume with the application*2If possible, customize the resume for the job from your template *3Resume...
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Organizational change has three dimensions: (1) what's to be changed (2) what's to be left alone and (3) touch this and you will surely die. Job interviews tend to focus only on what's to be changed while ignoring the other dimensions. By bringing up all three dimensions during the interview process, you not only increase your chances of getting hired, you also make sure that once you're on the job, you've set yourself up to succeed. Once you're in the semi-final or final round in the hiring cycle and you're talking with the hiring authority, we recommend that you ask the...
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The worst thing you can do in today’s economy is to be complacent in your current position/job. One of the best things you can do is to keep your resume and LinkedIn profile up to date and at the ready to make a move if you need to!!!  This is a reprint of Ron Loto's ( The Plymouth Career Center’s Sell Yourself workshop GURU ) 30 Second Commercial Tutorial!!!!!! Do not take this lightly – this is a very, very powerful tool if used correctly.What is it…it provides you the ability to express to someone or a company...
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Massachusetts HirePatriotsDave is a funny guy he is always sending me something that I will get smile  sometimes I will share them withyou because even if you are in a job saearch you need to keep your sprits up . Have a smile when you go to an interview that sort of thing. Try enjoy your job search. Think of it this way all good things come to an end.If you are 36, or older, you might think this is hilarious!When I was a kid, adults used to bore me to tears with their tedious diatribes about how...
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