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Workforce Development News – October 3, 2016
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“Employees across generations have a shared need for clear expectations in the workplace.”
“Set up women for success early on.”
“Getting to the stage where a recruiter asks for references is a good sign. In my experience, employers only ask candidates to do this when they’re more or less convinced they’d like to hire them. And unless you’re picking people who are excited to tell your potential boss that you were a criminal at some point, this is a stage that should not freak you out.”
“When you’re walking into an interview, you’re probably thinking about how you’ll answer the interviewer’s questions. Although this is a big part of whether or not the company will hire you, there is a lot more to an interview than just answering questions.”
“Get ahead of the curve when it comes to hiring.”
“Everyone else will compete on how many buzzwords they can stuff in a sentence. They’ll swear up and down how passionate they are and how hard they work. But you? With this cover letter formula, you’ve already proved it.”
“You think you know what they are? Two experts, one from LinkedIn, believe that too many people aren’t aware.”
“If you find yourself unhappy with your career, or how it’s progressing—change your path. That’s the only universal advice there is.”
“It’s good to learn from your mistakes. It’s better to learn from other people’s mistakes.” – Warren Buffet