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Your 5-Step Plan to Getting a Promotion Without Having to Ask for It

Your 5-Step Plan to Getting a Promotion Without Having to Ask for It Nobody likes having to actually ask for a promotion. Advocating for yourself is a lot harder than speaking up for others. The good news is, if your boss is

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How To Easily Increase Your Cv and Cover Letter Performance Using The Best Keywords

How To Easily Increase Your Cv and Cover Letter Performance Using The Best Keywords It’s always a good idea to use keywords and action verbs in your CV and cover letters. Using the right words not only shows what you have accomplished in previous jobs. These words also help your CV,

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Interview Questions About Your Greatest Accomplishment

Interview Questions About Your Greatest Accomplishment What’s the best way to answer interview questions about your achievements and accomplishments? If you didn’t climb Everest, cure cancer or compose a symphony, this can be a tough question to answer. It’s hard if you’re

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21 Job Skills That Will Increase Your Salary

21 Job Skills That Will Increase Your Salary You know you’re a valuable member of the team, the workplace just wouldn’t be the same without you; you’re positive, organised, reliable, a problem solver … The list goes on; but what

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HOW TO HAVE A PERFORMANCE REVIEW TO REMEMBER

HOW TO HAVE A PERFORMANCE REVIEW TO REMEMBER © Andrewgenn | 123RF Stock Photo They’re a natural part of the working landscape, but performance reviews can leave you feeling like you’re stumbling around in the dark. While many managers see

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Cover Letter: Its Purpose And How To Send One

Why A Cover Letter Is Necessary A cover letter is like a sales pitch! This is what summarises all your skills, experience and capabilities for the job you are applying for. It gives you the opportunity to tell a story.

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The Unspoken Secrets of Job Interviewing: How Your Nonverbal Presentation and Behaviors Impact the Impression You Make

The content of what you say in response to questions (and the content of questions you ask) is obviously exceedingly important in a job interview. What is less well known is the importance of the part of the interview that

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Say No to Get Control of Your Life

Say No to Get Control of Your Life by Bill Lampton s it hard to say no to to others? Always being agreeable might be nice on the surface, but it can have serious consequences. Here are four tips to

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Meet The Founders of Careerpoint Solutions

Careerpoint Solutions was founded by two brothers Daniel and Jonathan. The company has two Departments, Careers and ICT. Careers Department ‘The idea of Careerpoint solution came when I was looking for a job after campus’ Daniel said. ‘I found some job

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Professional CV Writing Services

Professional CV Writing Services Why do some people almost always get the job they want? Because their CV wins them an interview and 99% don’t! What about You? Have your CV written by the experts! Why Use a Professional CV Writing Service? Faced with a

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Tips for Interviewing for a Temporary Job

Tips for Interviewing for a Temporary Job By Carole Martin, Monster Contributing WriterIf you think, “it’s just an interview for a temp job — no big deal,” that’s where you’re mistaken. Some wonderful opportunities, networking connections and careers have resulted from temporary positions.

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Practice Makes Perfect How to Rehearse for Your Next Job Interview

By Caroline M.L. Potter How to Rehearse for Your Next Job Interview There are a lot of steps that usually happen before you get to the interview portion of your job search: writing a resume, networking, compiling yourreferences. Most folks are able

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