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    Twelve Worst Job Interview Mistakes

    Twelve Worst Job Interview Mistakes
    Among the tips for this stage of the application process: You don't want to be unprepared or too rehearsed, or be labeled an HR stalker Turning off a potential employer is easier than one might think. To score a job, avoid these 12 mistakes that candidates often make during the interview process. 1. "+Being Unprepared for Standard Questions+":http://hrpeople.monster.com/careers/638-twelve-worst-job-interview-mistakes?page=2 2. "+Sounding Too ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +12
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    What Your Handshake Says About You

    [photo:6951] Nobody likes a limp handshake, but you probably don't realize just how much you communicate through your hands, says Jacqueline Whitmore, author of Business Class: Etiquette Essentials for Success at Work. Here's one handshake to use, one to be careful of, and three to avoid. *Types* p((. • "+The Fail-Safe+":http://hrpeople.monster.com/careers/657-what-your-handshake-says-about-you?page=2 p((. • "+The Rubber Glove+":http://hrpeople.monster.com/careers/657-what-your-handshake-says-about-you?page=3 p((. • "+The Queen's Handshake+":http://hrpeople.monster.com/careers/657-what-your-handshake-says-about-you?page=4 ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +7
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    6 Steps to Handling Salary Questions

    6 Steps to Handling Salary Questions
    Everyone wants as much money as an employer is willing to shell out. Yet when it comes to job interviewing, salary questions make most people squirm. One reason is that such questions pressure you to tip your hand during the negotiating game. Winning the salary you want requires some evasive action on your part. Choose your words carefully, and don't be ...
    Published almost 6 years ago | Rated: +11
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    Nine Creative Tips for Poaching Talent

    Nine Creative Tips for Poaching Talent
    The tightening economy has put the brakes on hiring for many employers, but some professions and skill sets remain highly sought after. Some 43% of corporate recruiters anticipate a rise in staff levels in 2008, according to a recent study by career Web site JobFox. Software designers, nurses, and accountants, among many other specialized and technical professions observed in the survey, ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +2
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    Use HRPeople to Improve Your Job Search

    Use HRPeople to Improve Your Job Search
    HRPeople's job search capabilities offer a lot more value to those searching for HR jobs than might be noticed at a first glance. We can help you find exactly the jobs you are looking for - this article will help you get the most out of your search for HR jobs. Seven Secrets: Power Job Searching Awaits We can help you ...
    Published about 6 years ago | Rated: +5
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    How to Motivate Employees on a Budget

    How to Motivate Employees on a Budget
    With recession looming—or underway, depending on who you ask—corporate budget managers are battening down the hatches when it comes to expenses. One of the areas where spending is stingiest is employee raises; last year's average increase of 3.5% may look like a bonanza from the perspective of 2008, when many companies are likely to be giving raises of 2% or less. ...
    Published over 6 years ago | Rated: +5