A half-day workshop delivered by Chartered Professional Accountants Alberta (CPA) When it’s time to make a change, how do you start and what do you do? We will be doing exercises and discussing how to build your brand, how to be your own advocate, how to leverage social media, building your career capital, and career… Read more »
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Thank you to our partner Robert Half for providing invaluable tips in the videos below. Serious Interviewing Tips: How to Answer What’s Your Biggest Weakness in an Interview: How job seeker’s impress employers: Video Interviewing Tips: Thank you, Robert Half! ERIEC Team
By Annette Richmond, posed on career-intelligence.com, April 2017 Eight recruiters and HR pros share a few “secrets” you’ll probably never hear. There’s no doubt about it, looking for a job isn’t easy. One of the most difficult things for job seekers is being left wondering what went wrong. Why didn’t my resume get a response? Why didn’t I move… Read more »
Look your best when interviewed for a job over the internet. Watch the VIDEO for a few excellent tips and training for a Skype Interview! Pre-Interview Checklist Sound Enough “stuff” in room to absorb/defect sound No loud noises in background Location Background is appropriate Nothing distracting in background Camera height at eye-level Camera about arm’s length… Read more »
by Pam Ghandial, Professional Search Consultant Do you know how to sell yourself in interview? Have you found yourself freezing up? Have you ever had a question where you have not been able to work out what the interviewer was asking – or you could give an answer, but didn’t know if it was the right one?… Read more »
Previously posted by TempsAhead, a division of Headhunters Recruiters Inc. Did you know that 93% of our communication is non-verbal? This means that when you’re in an interview, those prepared answers you have in your head are only 7% of the equation. This video from behavioural investigator Vanessa Van Edwards, shares some great do’s and… Read more »
The job interview is a high stakes interactional space where different expectations meet. Immigrant professionals bring their expertise, skills, education, and experiences with job search from their backgrounds as well as their culturally-informed expectations of how to demonstrate that they are the right candidate for the job. In Canada, HR professionals and hiring managers bring… Read more »