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Your local employment office is a job search tool. Use this tool and speed up the job finding process. Job Seekers all too often think they have all their ducks in a row. Thinking you can get the job done, and getting the job done can be the biggest lie you have ever told yourself. Yes, you are educated. You worked the last 10 years and you was an exceptional employee. Well to all that I would say so what. Months of being unemployed shows you don't know what tools to use to get a job quickly. Unless you was a job finder in you career, you need a job finder to help you develop job finding techniques. You are in the right place to get a job.
Job search is stressful. Job Search WorkShop will take the stress out of the job finding process. Our goal is to prepare you to get the job, based on your individual needs. We want you to tell us what you need and we will air that show for you.
Job search requires lots of things being covered if not daily, definitely weekly. As an employee you arrived on the job and got to work. You knew exactly what to do, when to do it, who to see, when to take a break. ore than a business owner could reap profits having all the plans for success in mind rather than on paper.
I'm going to teach you how to get hired in 30 days. Listen and begin your 30 days to a new job.
I'll be sharing with you several shows in the next 30 days to speed up your job search process. Today's tool to make use of is your local employment office. At the office you will have staff to help with career counseling; fax machines; computers; telephones; how to CDs; daily newspapers; and job referrals. Many people take the local employment office for granted and extend the job finding process.
Even the most conscientious employer occasionally needs help from a lawyer. Although you can handle some employment matters on your own, a great many issues are particularly tricky and require legal expertise. Employment law can change rapidly. Courts and government agencies issue new opinions interpreting these laws every day, sometimes completely overturning what everyone thought the law meant. When you also factor in that lawsuits brought by former employees can end in huge damages awards against an employer, it's easy to see why you should seek legal advice when you get in over your head. Join Bill and Rick to learn when and why you need a business employment lawyer on your side.
Joining Host Kelly Scanlon on this episode of Smart Companies Radio is Darren Dupriest, President and CEO of Validity Screening Solutions. Dupriest is a founding member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners and is an industry expert of background checks.
The National Employment Law Project (NELP) just published a report in which they make a case for Executive Action by the President to mandate “Fair Chance” and “Ban the Box” hiring practices. This episode will discuss the potential presidential action on the “Ban the Box” campaign that is attempt to end discrimination at the workplace; opening opportunities for people with past convictions.
to learn more about Validity Screening Solutions go online to: http://www.validityscreening.com/
To hear more shows hosted by Kelly Scanlon visit the Smart Companies Radio archives
On this podcast, Jeff shares his observations from watching yesterday's game and discusses the things job hunters can learn from it.
Who says job hunting has to be so hard?
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been helping people find work by recruiting, providing great information and coaching without any BS for more than 40 years. He is a PrestoExperts.com job hunting expert.
You can receive a complimentary subscription to No B. S. Job Search Advice Ezine (a $499 value) at www.TheBigGameHunter.us. While you're there, explore the great content and job search tools to help you find work.
WE can help you limit your job search time. Each show is 30 minutes or less,
Find a job in less than 30 days
Ex-offenders you can find jobsPart 1 and Part 2
Any Military skills can transfer to civilian jobs
Military friendly businesses need you to make them want t hire you
Always approach job finding anticipating getting the job
Attitude matters most in your job search
Be prepared to answer the question, why you left your last job, honestly yet creatively.
If you have questions, please unse my Blog Talk Radio message board to contact me. I'll responsd by email asap. Follow me on twitter.com@jobsearchwrkshp
When looking for a job, narrow job search by industry, zip code, occupation. Once you know the job you desire by an up-to-date title go for it. Develop a plan and make it happen. Visit www.myskillsmyfuture.org to update your job title and fo search out other jobs you currently qualify for based on skills, education and work hisotry. Use the internet search engines to locate companies based on industry, zip code or occupation. Job search in same industries result in less research for you the job seeker. Also providing a resume for the job you want is less time consuming when you are searching in the same industry. Compile a resume to match each individual job you seek. Compile a master application. Prepare to discuss the position you are applying to get. Practice interviewing. Wear the right outfit. Read more
~ February Series: Candidate Experience ~
Shannon Smedstad Uncovers the Value of Employment Branding
HR Latte welcomes Shannon Smedstad, Employment Brand Director at CEB, to kick off our month-long series on The Candidate Experience. Shannon first developed an HR Social Media Strategy back in 2008. She'll share what she has discovered along the way and why employment branding is an imperative part of the candidate experience.
Should social media be a standard tool for hiring?
What are some of the mistakes being made? Positives that are taking place?
What does the future hold for hiring companies doing it right? Doing it wrong?
Join us for a quick impact conversation about the virtues of employment branding.
HR Latte is a fast-paced, quick hit show where you can expect not only surprises but the information you need to know for success in the world of talent management.
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Shannon Smedstad - @shannonsmedstad
Thank you for your understanding on my last show. Work for Life is a job readiness show. Job readiness is essential to finding and keeping a job. This show is most important because it will give you enough in this one show to go out with confidence and get hired. My job is to help working class people prosper. I think this show is the best of me and if I do say so myself, I'm good at job readiness motivation and material. Please read my Feb 23rd showpage for the introduction to todays show. 2015 Military Friendly Employers list. Veterans Re-Employment websites.
October 14th, 2014
Our first PODcast on Blog Talk Radio!
More and more people are searching on their mobile phone for businesses. They are not looking for tons of information, they want a quick local search based upon a category of products or services in certain general local area.
Many times they don’t even know the name of the business, just where they are.
Did you know that there is a difference between traditional business searches online and Local Physical Searches online?
Google actually treats them differently!
Not only does Google, and the other search engines treat them differently, but because your business has a physical location can give you an advantage in your local market.
Local Physical Searches help you exploit this advantage in your local market.
Learn More at www.LocalSearchForBusiness.com