Jobs in Brentwood, NY. Don’t forget to visit our website, and see our links titled “Jobs in Brentwood”. They are automatically set to find the most recent open Full-Time positions in Brentwood. Need help creating a resume or cover letter? Or maybe you’re not sure how to apply online? Come in to the library and talk to us! / Empleos en Brentwood, NY. No te olvides de visitar nuestra página web, y ver nuestros enlaces titulado “Trabajo en Brentwood”. Ellos se ajustan automáticamente para encontrar los más recientes puestos a tiempo completo abiertos en Brentwood. ¿Necesitas ayuda para crear un currículum o carta de presentación? O tal vez usted no está seguro de cómo aplicar en línea? Ven a la biblioteca y hablar con nosotros!
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Well-crafted career stories can be a powerful tool to show a prospective employer what kind of worker you are. And, when you craft your stories ahead of time, you’re less likely to stray off topic, talk too much or give information that you’d rather not.
The 5 Job Interview Stories That Will Get You Hired – The Savvy Intern
Preparing for your interview will not only help keep you relaxed, but helps your chances of getting hired. These 5 Interview Stories are examples of winning stories that helped people, just like you, get hired. Did you know that the library has books specifically about preparing for job interviews? Take a look at this article, then come in to the library and take a look at the books we have that will have you feeling confident, ready and able to tackle your next employer with the confidence you already have!
Preparación para la entrevista no sólo ayudará a mantenerte relajado, pero ayuda sus posibilidades de ser contratado. Estos 5 Historias son ejemplos de entrevistas que les ayudaran ser contratados. ¿Sabía usted que la biblioteca tiene libros específicamente sobre cómo prepararse para una entrevista de trabajo? Echa un vistazo a este artículo, después ven a la biblioteca y echa un vistazo a los libros que tenemos que le va sentirse seguro, dispuesto y capaz de hacer frente a su próximo empleador con la confianza que ya tiene!
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We spoke with a bunch of hiring managers and asked them to reveal their toughest interview questions.
Prepare to answer these tough interview questions before your next big job interview:
6 Tough Interview Questions Revealed by Employers | Careerbliss
Going to an interview soon? Not sure what type of questions that they’ll ask? Don’t get blindsided! Take a look at this article by Careerbliss that breaks down the hardest interview questions asked by Hiring Managers and Human Resources Professionals. The more prepared, the better your chances are at getting your dream job!
Books about Interviewing @ Brentwood Library:
101 Great Answers to the Toughest Interview Questions
How To Say It: Job Interviews
Don’t Blow the Interview: How to prepare, What to Expect, and how to React
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So, how, exactly, do you do this? Here’s the advice I offered to the yoga teacher turned real estate advisor turned HR person.
How to Explain Your Winding Career Path to a Hiring Manager (Daily Muse)
How would you explain a career change to Hiring Managers during an interview? If you need help, this article, brought to you by theDailyMuse, can help you explain why you’re best qualified for the job.
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Most employers will ask you to provide personal and/or professional references. Your resume and your answers during the interview showed you have the necessary skills to get the job done. Now they want to know what your former co-workers think about you… a picture of you, from outside perspectives:
10 Guidelines for Awesome Job Search References (The Savvy Intern)
Every employer asks for references, so a smart strategy can cover any question marks and reinforce your position for working. Because of the state of the economy, gone are the days where you get three references and send them off. Now, employers want to cover all their bases before they can offer you the position. For the employer, it makes sense: with a glut of qualified candidates, they want to be absolutely positive that they are not overlooking another (better) candidate. For the employee to-be, this means trying to cover as much of your references and experiences as possible, without having to let an employer guess about your work ethic and history. The article will give you a thought-out strategy to providing references, and what you should communicate to your references.
Cada empleador pide referencias, por lo que una estrategia inteligente puede cubrir los signos de interrogación y reforzar su posición de trabajo. Debido a la situación de la economía, se han ido los días en que usted consigue tres referencias y lo envia. Ahora, los empresarios quieren cubrir todas sus bases antes de que te puede ofrecer la posición. Para el empleador, tiene sentido: con un exceso de candidatos calificados, quieren estar absolutamente seguro de que no están pasando por otro candidato (mejor). Para el empleado a-ser, esto significa tratar de cubrir la mayor parte de sus referencias y experiencias de lo posible, sin tener que dejar que un empleador adivinar acerca de su ética de trabajo y la historia. El artículo le dará una estrategia pensada para proporcionar referencias, y lo que se debe comunicar a sus referencias.
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these interview mistakes certainly aren’t the most common ones around but they are definitely the most ridiculous and memorable.
5 Ridiculous Things Not to do in an Interview (Doostang.com)
These tips should go without saying, but bear reiterating: Don’t Be Rude to the interviewer, Don’t wear inappropriate clothing (Click here to get tips on How to Dress for an Interview), Don’t bring your criminal record with you, don’t get too comfortable with the interviewer, and don’t go to your interview if you are noticeably sick. Also, don’t talk badly about your previous employment. Stay positive!
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“Why do you want to work here?”
6 Tough Interview Questions Revealed by Employers – Careerbliss.com
Careerbliss.com came out with a post today listing 6 Tough Interview Questions Revealed by employees, and how to prepare for them. Questions such as the one listed above, as well as salary, relationships with co-workers and your learning curve are all covered in this post. They not only answer why a hiring manager would ask these questions and what type of answer they want, but how you could mentally prepare to answer these difficult questions. Make sure to keep these questions in mind before your next interview!
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You probably dread seeing the “Have you been convicted….” question on every job application you’ve filled out. It’s tempting to lie, but the probability that you will get caught is extremely high. Studies show that nearly 80 percent of employers will do some sort of background check (including criminal history). Some may do a background check before you’re hired, and some will run the check after you’ve been offered the job. No matter when they do it, if you lie on your application and the employer finds out, they can and will fire you immediately.
How to Fill Out Applications When You Have a Record (http://www.Snagajob.com)
Applying for a job with a criminal record is a difficult situation. Should you lie, and run the risk of being fired if the company finds out? Or do you run the risk of leaving the information out? Snagajob.com has an article on how to fill out applications when you have a record that gives applicants advice on what to do.
The reality is that if you’re unemployed and are collecting benefits, omitting information on a job application, getting that job and subsequently being fired for omitting the information is a major economic risk. The National Employment Law Project has produced a paper titled “65 Million Need Not Apply: The Case for Reforming Background checks for employment“. In a country where 1 out of 4 Americans has a criminal record, this is undeniably an issue that affects a large section of the country. If you feel that you were discriminated against because of your prior conviction, here are some links to agencies that can help you:
National Employment Law Project
Islip Town Branch NAACP
U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
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I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen a recruiter have a “light” day. Phones are constantly ring off the hook, e-mails flood in, daily status meetings interrupt the day, and screening candidates is more than time consuming. For most recruiters, this is their day-to-day.
Many recruiters do a job that could truly require the help of three people. With all those disruptions occurring, it can take a bit longer than you would like for them to pull your resume, review and communicate.
If you’ve decided to go through an agency to help you find a job, your frustration levels may be high due to the inability to get in contact with a job recruiter. Written from a Recruiter’s point of view, 5 Things Recruiters Wish Job Seekers Knew About Them lets you know what the day in the life of a Recruiter is. Understanding the way a recruiter spends their day can give you a competitive advantage in landing your next job (or becoming more aggressive in your job search).
Books about Recruiters/Recruiting:
Power Interviews: Job-winning tactics from Fortune 500 recruiters - Neil Yeager
Unbeatable Resumes: America’s Top recruiter reveals what really gets you hired – Tony Beshara
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If you’re suspicious that a job ad might be a scam, research the company. Google “Name of Company Scam” and see what comes up. If you conclude the company can’t be trusted, report it. We don’t need more of these clogging up job boards.
How to Decipher Job Ads So You Actually Know What You’re Applying For | Brazen Careerist
Job ads are hard to understand. Different websites have different ways of letting you know whether they are posted through an agency, an employer, or direct marketing. If you see a good job, it may be hard to distinguish whether it’s a great opportunity or too good to be true. Brazen Careerist has made a short primer on determining what type of job you’re applying to by looking at the ad. They covered all the bases, helping job-seekers today. Don’t forget, you could also ask the librarians or valuable employees at the Career Center to help you figure out whether the ad is too good to be true. Ask! We could be located to the left of where you’re sitting (if you are on the Career Center Computers). If not, come to the library and see what services we have to offer.
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