Question Proposed on LinkedIn: If someone is unemployed for over 2yrs do you feel that person is lazy to get a job or is it their bad luck? Others’ Responses: – I wouldn’t automatically think a person is lazy due to many factors: the person could have returned back to college, or working as a volunteer at an organization, or maybe working part-time, or has heath related issues. The point is every person has various
A question I proposed on LinkedIn for a client: I have a candidate interested in putting her church volunteer work on her LinkedIn profile, but is wondering how to do it without being taboo or offending others? Others’ Responses: – I would suggest being more descriptive of the duties, rather than the vessel for her charitable work. For instance, saying “Participate weekly in distribution for local food pantry, 2008 to present” – I agree with
I love when this happens for one of our outplacement clients!
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What Hiring Managers Are Looking For These Days I was on a webinar today with a hiring manager who kindly divulged a numerous amount of information at us career coaches, recruiters and fellow HR administration on what the Hiring Managers of the world are currently looking for when selecting candidates after an interview for a position with the company. In tidbits, and summarizes to bytes so I can keep up with the conference call, here