Tag Archives | First Impressions

How To Quit Your Job Gracefully And Keep Your Network

MAY 30, 2016 | BY LIA
Quit Your Job The Right Way

My father stayed in the same job his entire working life…one workplace everyday for 40 years. Nowadays that is considered crazy, but for a person of his generation, that was not all that unusual. Today, we expect people to have around 10 different jobs by the age of 40 and be made redundant an average[…]
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If They Offer Coffee, Should I Say Yes?…& Other Great Interview Advice

MAY 9, 2016 | BY LIA
Job interview Advice

Some questions about job interviews are fairly straight forward and easy to answer like – What time should I get to the interview? Should I follow up after the interview etc… Other questions are a bit trickier like should you say yes if they offer you a coffee, who shakes hands first and can I[…]
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7 Body Language Tips For Your Next Job Interview

APRIL 11, 2016 | BY LIA
Body Language Tips For Job Interviews

Body language is a very powerful tool. We had body language before we had speech, and apparently, 80% of what you understand in a conversation is read through the body, not the words.               Deborah Bull The fact that you have been invited in for an interview means your[…]
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5 Small Resume Changes Guaranteed To Get A Hiring Managers Attention

MARCH 21, 2016 | BY LIA
Resume Changes To Impress Hiring Managers

Are you sending off hundreds of resumes to recruiters and hiring managers and not hearing much back in return? The problem is most likely your resume. It might be that you are not getting past the resume screening software a lot of hiring managers are now using or your resume is not set up in a[…]
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9 Recruiter Secrets Every Job Seeker Should Know

DECEMBER 14, 2015 | BY LIA
Recruiter Secrets

You may be new to working with a recruiter but rest assured you are not in any way new to the recruiter. Recruiters have heard it all before, seen it all before and sometimes, that makes it a bit hard for a job candidate to stand out in a recruiters mind…especially in a good way.[…]
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Hair Color and First Impressions at Job Interviews

APRIL 28, 2010 | BY MICAH

Job interviews have somewhat strict dress code. It is expected that you show up wearing suit or professional skirt. You should be clean and smell wonderfully. Your clothes should be pressed and without stains. Part of looking professional requires you to make some sacrifices. One of these sacrifices may be your hair color. It you[…]
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