Are you guilty of any of these six common job interview blunders? Check out this infographic from Tribe HR and some job search resources from CareerOneStop and others.
“Can you review my resume” is the first question most people ask me when they find out I’m a career adviser. They waste the opportunity of developing new strategies for connecting with employers and others in their career field. Your resume is an important part of your job search toolkit -- it’s just not the only, or the most important part.
Congratulations! After a difficult search, you are starting a new job. Now what? Aside from knowing your job description, what does your new employer expect from you? Think about it: When was the last time you were the new person at work? Do you remember how to make a good first impression?
This ongoing struggle for people of color is one of the reasons why the Multicultural Forum on Workplace Diversity (MCF) hosts an annual multicultural Career Fair and Career Services Center. This year’s Career Fair is Tuesday, April 10, 2013 at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Truth #2: If you did do something wrong during the interview, an employer probably would not tell you. They would just send you a rejection letter. So what are employers not telling you?