Wednesday, March 23, 2011

LOOKING FOR A JOB? SOME HR SECRETS REVEALED THAT WILL HELP YOU IN YOUR SEARCH

The attached article, entitled "22 Secrets HR Won't Tell You About Getting a Job," is revealing indeed.

Some of my favorite tips?

*  Don't use a cover letter;

*  It is always better to apply via sponsorship through someone you know at the Company;

*  Don't use a crazy e-mail address, like, ilovegetting hammered@....

*  use key words in your resume designed specifically fot he company in question;

*  do a lot of research on the company before your interview;

*  do not discuss your family life (and particularly your young children) unless you have to;

*  make sure your cell phone is completely off during the interview;

*  let the interviewer talk as much as possible;

*  strong handshakes only - practice if you need to.

Click Here for another good article, this one from from CareerBuilder.com, with some additional useful tips. 

Ok, hope these tips are helpful!

John A. Gallagher, Paoli, PA, 610-647-5027, http://www.johnagallagher.com/

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