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7 Tech and IT Interview Questions: Help Desk Administrator

Posted by Molly on Oct 21, 2016 3:52:41 PM

Welcome to this edition of “7 Tech and IT Interview Questions.” If you work in information technology or are trying to find the right talent, you already know the tech landscape is vast and the skills needed for a business analyst are very different from those needed by a network architect. This series presents seven interview questions specific to one position or functional area in IT. In this post: Help Desk Administrator.

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Topics: Staffing & Recruiting, Technology, Career/Interview Tips

Tips for Job Search Success [Webinar Recap]

Posted by Molly on Aug 19, 2016 3:16:43 PM

Tips for Job Search Success is a mash-up of the best ideas we’ve put forth in our past Job Seeker Webinars, and serves as a comprehensive overview of the job search process. This webinar is packed with great content and links to dozens of resources that can help you plan, tweak, or revamp your job search strategy.

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Topics: Career/Interview Tips

8 Etiquette Tips for Your First Day of Work

Posted by Molly on Apr 29, 2016 3:33:10 PM

First things first, the pretense for any advice you get in starting a new job is having the right mindset.  This might sound counterintuitive, but the right mindset isn’t one that psyches you up to have the most thrilling day of your life. The right mindset is one that is simply open.  Coming into your new job with an open mind can make all the difference as it helps you manage your expectations and be ready to adapt from the get-go.  

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Topics: Career/Interview Tips

You’re Ready for the Job Search, Is Your Resume? [Webinar Recap]

Posted by Molly on Apr 16, 2016 8:38:24 AM

Your resume is your marketing brochure, quantify and qualify as much as possible, never make the reader guess what you have to offer, times have changed. These were the recurring themes throughout our recent Job Seeker Webinar, “You’re Ready for the Job Search, Is your Resume” presented by Christine Nowicki, Executive and Leadership Coach with Kensington International.

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Topics: Events, Career/Interview Tips

Know Thyself: 6-Steps for Laying A Strong Foundation for Your Interview Preparation

Posted by Molly on Mar 25, 2016 1:18:16 PM

The average length of an interview is 40 minutes. It’s hard enough trying to show a hiring manager who you really are and prove yourself capable of excelling in a role, not to mention in such short time. How do you ensure those 40 minutes in front of your potential future employer are the most dynamic 40 minutes possible? The answer is quite simple, you prepare the right way.   

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Topics: Career/Interview Tips

Getting the Good Life

Posted by Molly on Feb 5, 2016 10:24:14 AM

The good life—everybody wants it but not everybody gets it. Since the beginning of time humans have obsessed over the good life, wondering what it is and if we can ever truly get it. Aristotle called it Eudaimonia and taught that our highest human excellence consists of health, wealth, happiness, and love. The Buddha called it Nirvana and taught that bliss and tranquility come from detachment. Doctors today have found data consistency, concluding that the good life is experienced when we’re focused only on present moments, not worried or preoccupied with other thoughts.

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Topics: Career/Interview Tips, Something Personal

Ping-Pong or Purpose:  A New Approach to the New Job Market

Posted by Molly on Dec 11, 2015 11:20:01 AM

The company you work for is a badge of sorts, it signifies who you are and what you’re about. Working in a culture that mirrors your values provides a sense of “belonging”. Do you agree or disagree with this statement?

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Topics: Employee Engagement, Career/Interview Tips