Month: October 2014

The Art and Science of the Face-to-Face Interview

Consider yourself very lucky for being considered for a face-to-face interview. It just means that you survived the first phase of the competition; your résumé projected you as someone deserving of further exploration; and you outshone the vast majority of

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Monthly Meeting

The Breakfast Club NJ Presents: “Selling Yourself” by Joey Himelfarb Saturday November 8, 2014 at 8:00am ET The Presentation: “Selling Yourself” Aristotle believed an important skill any person could have was the ability to influence. Have you ever had to

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Women versus Men in Job Interviews and Salary Negotiations

For both genders, anxiety before the interview may be present, but studies show that women handle it better. Women adapt more proactively than men do. Women seek social support from colleagues and friends more than men do. And women are

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Consider Hiring an Older Skilled Worker

Until recently, companies had smaller budgets, which led to some people being promoted into higher positions or management with little experience. However, good workers do not always make effective managers. To stay competitive in today’s marketplace, companies now need to make

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Not Everyone Wants More Responsibility

As a manager, one of your most important obligations is to make your staff feel truly valued and letting them know that your company, department and you would be worse off without them. In many cases, you recognize the successes of your top performers

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