Archive for December, 2010

Thank You Letters revisited

Posted: by HRNasty in Job Interview Tips, Recent Graduate

job search thank you letters are a great way to solidify your relationship with the recruiter and reinforce why you are the best candidate for the jobv

Over 40: getting the job interview

Posted: by HRNasty in Job Interview Tips, Over 40, What Recruiters Really Think

Being over 40 is an advantage in the job hunt. It is how you go about the hunt that puts you at a disadvantage. How to leverage your experience.

Over 40 and the job hunt part 2

Posted: by HRNasty in Job Interview Tips, Over 40, Resume Writing, What Recruiters Really Think

I have made offers to many candidates over 40 and over 50. Here are the triggers that got these candidates an offer and what you need to do.

If you are in a job interview and do not have questions for the employer, you will fail. What recruiters really think when you don’t have any questions.

Company holiday parties?  Mind your P’s and Q’s The typical post from HR around this time of year would discuss why we call the Christmas Parties the “Holiday Parties”. How we need to be sensitive to different cultures, blah blah blah. As a minority and I do appreciate the sentiment, but per the below I will […]

Holiday Parties – Part 2

Posted: by HRNasty in Climbing Career Ladder, Company Culture, Manage your Manager, Recent Graduate

Company Holiday Parties: There is always someone that has too good a time. A few tips to keep on the companies good side.

Olympic competitions, not as tough as a job interview

Posted: by HRNasty in Job Interview Tips, Over 40, Recent Graduate

Interviews are a competition. There is no second place. If you saw how many candidates you were competing against, you would crap your pants. I make the comparison between an Olympic event and the interview process.

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