Posts Tagged ‘Job Interview’

10 Job Interview Preparation Tips, from Toastmasters

As unemployment numbers continue to rise in the wake of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, millions of people have suddenly found themselves needing to update their resumes and CVs and polish their job interviewing skills.

Toastmasters International, the global organization devoted to communication and leadership skills development, has been…

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How to Attract Talented People

Beyond the paycheck, what factors are critical for candidates considering job offers? According to a new survey from staffing firm Accountemps, more than one-quarter of workers (26 percent) cited vacation time as most important.

Corporate culture (24 percent) and career advancement potential (21 percent) came in close behind.

Employees…

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Yes, You Should Be Prepared to Negotiate Salary

How often do job seekers speak up to secure a better package? Staffing firm Robert Half recently asked this question of professionals, and the results were interesting.

For instance, 39 percent of workers tried to negotiate a higher salary with their last job offer.

Among people in the 27 U…

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The Salary Negotiation

If you’re a job applicant, you should know that few things in the hiring process causes managers more anxiety than the salary negotiation.

According to research from staffing firm Robert Half, the salary negotiation can make or break the entire process.

When advertising and marketing executives were asked, “Which…

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