Desktop version

Home arrow Management arrow Next-day job interview

A short course of lectures
«Next-day job interview»





Early Pay Discussions Can Screen You OutThe Occupational Information Network (O*NET)Some Other Tricky QuestionsResearching the CompanyTurn Your Negative into a PositiveStep 1: Understand What Is Really Being AskedCareer Guide to IndustriesThe Most Important Job Search Rule of AllCommunicate Your SkillsSources of Information on Salary and WagesKey Points: Chapter 4Eight Important Actions for Interview Success"Too Old"Step 3: Answer the Real Question by Presenting Your Related Skills"What Are Your Major Strengths?"Other Sources of Industry InformationIssues Related to WomenHelp with Specific Problem Interview SituationsHelp Employers Know Why They Should Hire YouJob and Volunteer History WorksheetFair's Four Rules of Salary NegotiationAdaptive Skills/Personality TraitsChanging Careers or Job History Unrelated to Your Current Job ObjectiveIdentify Your SkillsThe Importance of Thank-You NotesCreating an Effective Phone ScriptGaps in Your Work HistoryLocal InformationMaking Warm ContactsOther Life Experiences WorksheetResearching the InterviewerEducation and Training WorksheetBefore the InterviewUsing E-mail and the Phone to Contact EmployersRecently MovedGet More Information on the Careers That Interest You MostCalling People You KnowMaking Warm Contactsfor Job LeadsNegotiating Your SalaryContacting Employers by E-mailThe Offer Is Not What You WantMake a Positive ImpressionInterview Techniques Employers Use to Psych You OutFind Good Information About the IndustryHow Did JIST Cards Get Their Name?Key Points: Chapter 5Ending the Phone Call in Other WaysFormatting JIST CardsDon't Say No Too SoonNew Graduate/Not Enough ExperienceProfessional AssociationsKey Points: Chapter 7Identify Your Transferable SkillsKnow the Laws That Protect You from DiscriminationFollow Up After the InterviewReference BooksWhat the Four Stages Mean to YouThe Most Effective Job Search Method: Warm ContactsFollowing Up After the InterviewHow to Delay Discussion of Pay Until It MattersJob-Related SkillsKnow the Probable Salary Range in AdvanceThis Short Book Can Make a Big DifferenceGetting More InterviewsHow to Use E-mail and Regular Mail for Thank-You Notes and Follow-Up LettersMilitary ExperienceBracket the Salary RangeThe Prove-It TechniqueThree Times When You Should Definitely Send Thank-You Notesand WhyThe Top Excuse for Avoiding ResearchSensitive Questions About Your Personal Situation or StatusFollow-Up Letters"What Are Your Major Weaknesses?"The Four Stages of a Job OpeningEnding the NegotiationWhat Are Your Salary Requirements?Racial or Ethnic MinoritiesSexual PreferenceKey Points: Chapter 3What to Say When an Offer Is MadeFollow-Up Phone CallsThe Offer Is ReasonableDisability-Related IssuesEssential Questions Your Research Must AnswerIdentifying Hundreds of Warm Contacts with Three Steps"What Sort of Pay Do You Expect to Receive?"Knowing Your PriceHoover's OnlineHow Much Do You Need to Live On?The InternetHandling Tough Interview Questions and Unusual SituationsThe Day of the InterviewOnline Resources for Company ResearchPlaying the Negotiation GameBeing FiredKnowing Yourself and What You Can DoKey Points: Chapter 2Know How to Explain Your SituationThe Call-Back CloseLearn the Three Types of SkillsAnswer Problem Questions WellIdentify Your Job-Related SkillsAsking for the InterviewSeven Quick Tips for Writing Thank-You NotesTransferable SkillsSources of Information on Pay for Major JobsThe 10 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questionsand How to Answer ThemResearching the JobThey Offer, You Want ItNow It's Time to Negotiate!Answering Key Interview QuestionsKey Points: Chapter 8Step 2: Answer the Question Briefly in a Non-Damaging WayUsing the Telephone to Get InterviewsAnswer Open-Ended Questions Effectively"Why Don't You Tell Me About Yourself?"The JIST Card: A Mini-Resume and a Powerful Job Search Tool"How Does Your Previous Experience Relate to the Jobs We Have Here?"Identify Your Adaptive Skills and Personality TraitsRed-Flag Words and PhrasesClose the Interview ProperlyCareer OINKWhat Is Your Current Compensation?The Guide for Occupational ExplorationResearching the Industry, Company, Job, and InterviewerThe Occupational Outlook HandbookQuick and Essential Tips for Tomorrow's InterviewAsk Good QuestionsThe Three-Step Process for Answering Most Interview QuestionsIssues Related to MenWhat to Do as Soon as You Get HomeWriting Your JIST Card"What Are Your Plans for the Future?"Use Control Statements to Your AdvantageDealing with Illegal QuestionsKey Points: Chapter 1Calling Employers DirectlyMaking Cold Contactsto Find Job OpeningsOther Frequently Asked Interview QuestionsSix Common Types of InterviewsOverqualified/Too Much Experience"Why Should I Hire You?""Too Young"Know About the Specific Company, Job, and InterviewerUsing JIST Cards
 
Found a mistake? Please highlight the word and press Shift + Enter