5-Step Job Hunting
The economy is picking up, budgets are new, positions are open
and companies are hiring. Now is the time to rev up your job search
efforts. Use these tips to dramatically improve your results..
Advice for Desperate Job Seekers
of job hunting lies ahead of you. You pour a cup of coffee and
open the paper to the employment section. With a mixture of anticipation
and desperation you pick up a stub of pencil and prepare to target
and identify some possible job opportunities.
Job Interviews -- The Real Reasons Why You Need to Follow Up
Effective follow-up after a job interview is often a key reason
why someone gets a job, even though there are other equally
qualified candidates. Many candidates treat follow up as an
optional add-on to their job search. Read on to see why that's
just not the case..
It can't hurt to
post your resume online
The major job destination sites such as Monster, CareerBuilder
and HotJobs aggregate thousands of job leads for you, while
letting recruiters sift through thousands of resumes easily,
potentially finding yours.
may be watching
Companies are rushing to sign
up for high-tech tools that let them monitor and control what
their employees do online. Here's why -- and how you can profit
from the trend.
workplace policy coming
is currently developing a HIV/Aids Workplace Policy for the
Public Sector. A Senior Assistant Director Directorate of
Personnel Management Mrs. Mary Baaro, says the disease and
subsequent deaths of public servants resulting from HIV/Aids
has impacted negatively on the National Gross Domestic Product.
Employee Confidence Slides
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. employee confidence fell sharply
in February, as workers grew more worried about personal finances,
layoffs and job security, according to surveys released on