Proud moment for MJW Careers, LLC. Our President received his first residual check for his published book “How to Get UnUnemployed: An A-to-Z Guide on Finding a Career You Like: Crackerjack Insight from a Human Resources Recruiter” Book Link: http://www.amazon.com/How-Get-UnUnemployed-Crackerjack-Resources/dp/1496142594/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1412092179&sr=8-1&keywords=ununemployed
Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Cover letters in the US and UK – your opinions? I’ve been asked to talk about cover letters for a podcast interview early next year but, although I have views about the best way to use them in the UK, I wonder what credibility they have in the US? All perspectives most welcome. Are they ever used as hard copy, or always sent by email? Are they used at all? Others’
Question on LinkedIn: HR/In-house Recruiters, if a job seeker enquires about the salary/rate do you tell them or make them apply first? Last week I enquired about the rate for an interesting short contract but the recruiter refused to tell me the rate before application. In fact, their company policy is to only discuss rate with those they call for interview, isn’t that potentially a waste of time? What if you apply, get called for
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
Meet the Robots Reading Your Resume. Kudos HireRight!