Articles 1 to 10 of 101

Job Seeker

Cover Letters (172)
Job Hunting (2360)
Job Interviews (698)
Outplacement (93)
Relocation (74)
Resume Writing (909)
Salary and Compensation (121)

Employee

Career Issues (2222)
Insurance (3)
Legal Issues (31)
Networking (699)
Personal Development (2020)
Working Women and Family (63)

Employer

Affirmative Action (43)
Human Resources (309)
Legal Issues (62)
Managing (556)
OFCCP (242)
Organization (301)
Recruiting (10)
Training and Testing (113)

Diversity

African-Americans (5)
Asian-Americans (1)
Gay & Lesbian (2)
General Diversity Issues (61)
Hispanics (7)
Mature Workers (52)
Multicultural Issues (19)
Native Americans (2)
People with Disabilities (8)
Veterans (10)
Women (64)

Professions

Accounting/Finance/Banking (4)
Advertising/Marketing (9)
Aerospace/Aviation (1)
Arts/Entertainment (3)
Biotechnology/Scientific (3)
Charities/Social Services (7)
Customer Support (5)
Education (2)
Engineering (1)
Government (1)
Healthcare (8)
Hotels/Restaurant (2)
Human Resources/Recruiting (139)
Information Technology (10)
Legal (6)
Management/Executive (167)
Mining/Gas/Petroleum
Retail
Sales (34)
Transportation (1)

Other

College Students (254)
Disabilities (6)
Self-Employment (49)
Teenage Employment (27)

Resource Request

Let us know

 
    Job Search Guide - Branded Resumes
by Louise Garver and Tim Muma - May, 2013
The topic of resumes up for discussion on a consistent basis, particularly figuring out how to stand out and highlight your qualifications among all the other candidates. Award-winning, certified resume writer and executive career coach, Louise Garver, is the President of Career Directions LLC, and she breaks down the key aspects of the branded resume. Louise describes to Tim Muma how these can stand out and grab the attention...
 
  7 Most Common Types of Executive Interviews
by Louise Garver - Apr, 2015
The key to executive interview success is preparation. Interviewing methods differ between companies and people. Are you prepared for a non-traditional interview? Phone Interview A phone interview is often one of the first interviews an executive will encounter. Some call this a pre-screen interview when an executive recruiter picks up the phone and calls a candidate – typically to screen them out. This unexpected call c...
 
  What are you NOT telling a future employer that could be damaging to you?
by Louise Garver - Feb, 2015
This may seem obvious, but it bears repeating – honesty is the best policy. The executive job search process is difficult enough – you don’t want to get inches away from an offer, only to miss out on the role of a lifetime. Below are some of the factors you should consider when deciding what should and shouldn’t be disclosed to a potential employer. Negative Behavior or Debt Show Up During a Background Check Most employm...
 
  Beat Your Competition With These 5 Tips
by Louise Garver - Feb, 2015
A recent poll from Right Management reveals that only about 5% of employees today intend to stay in their current positions until the end of 2015 and that 80% of all U.S. employees are actively looking for a job or are open to offers. While this data applies to the job search market as a whole and not specifically to the executive sector, it still can have a huge impact on your job search strategies and success. You can loo...
 
  Are You Stuck in Your Job Search?
by Louise Garver - Feb, 2015
There are plenty of smart, successful executives who struggle with finding a new position and/or a satisfying career. If your job search isn’t working, it’s time to do something different. First don’t think of it as setting out to “find” a job which assumes fitting into an existing job that may or may not be a good match. Treat this as a career discovery project, with defined objectives, an action plan, and a timeline. Ask som...
 
  You Can’t Sell Yourself To People You Don’t Understand! Know Your Target Market!
by Louise Garver - Feb, 2015
If you are an executive searching for a new position, you may have heard that searching for a job is a sales process. Let’s examine this for a moment. You are the product – when searching for another job opportunity, your skills, talents, accomplishments and experience become the product that a potential employer is “buying.” You should know what the buyer needs, what they care about, what they lose sleep over, and how s...
 
  Recruiting Etiquette Every Executive Job Seeker Should Know
by Louise Garver - Jan, 2015
When working with recruiters, following business protocol standards isn’t enough. A few tips: 1. Being responsive to a recruiter’s requests is very important. Speed is one of the most critical factors when working with a recruiting firm, especially contingency recruiters. If a recruiter is trying to reach you to discuss an opportunity, they will want to talk to you right away and will likely move on to someone else if you...
 
  Getting Interviews, But Not Job Offers?
by Louise Garver - Jan, 2015
Here’s the good news – if you’re getting interviews, your resume is doing its job – assuming you’re getting interviews for the types of positions you want. But what you do before, during, and after the interview can increase your chances of getting the offer. Before the interview, do your homework! Review the company’s website and LinkedIn profile to learn more about the key personnel, the work they do, their clients, an...
 
  Overcome Executive Job Search Challenges – Baby Boomers
by Louise Garver - Sep, 2014
Executive Baby Boomers – and you know who you are if born between 1946 and 1964 – are one of the largest generations moving through and out of the workforce today. The last of the boomers will turn 65 by 2029. If you’re a Baby Boomer and not ready to retire or are thinking about a career change, consider what you may encounter while searching for your next job. Younger Competition You will more than likely be competin...
 
  How to Use Travel Tips to Reach Your Career Goals
by Louise Garver - Sep, 2014
Were you one of the lucky ones that actually took time off this summer for a vacation? Typically, there is a lot of planning that took place before you took off to the wild blue yonder; choosing a destination, setting a budget, purchasing travel tickets, hotel rooms, and then packing the suitcase. What if the plan to reach your career goals was as easy as planning a vacation? Choose your destination Most people don’t...
 
  How to Win When Negotiating Your Salary
by Louise Garver - Sep, 2014
Executives negotiate millions to billions of dollars in their roles every day, but often fall short when it comes to negotiating their own salary, whether it is a promotion or for a new position. Yes, you may have been job-hunting for 8 months and really, really want/need to be re-employed. No, you don’t have to take the first offer. It starts at the pre-screen call Negotiating your salary really starts with the inter...
 
 If you know of an article that should be listed here, please let us know.
  
 1 2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11   [Next >>]