This week, you’ll find advice to improve your interviewing skills, because, yes, you’ll need to up your game. The process is taking longer and you’ll be invited back at least several times to meet with different people. You’ll also find help to update your LinkedIn profile based on the new user interface.
You’ve invested a lot of time and energy throughout your job search to make the right impression and get noticed. Landing an interview doesn’t mean you can relax.
by Laurie Ruettimann
This article is written to address HR/recruiters, BUT, it is extremely helpful to job seekers too! And Laurie includes advice for job seekers at the end. If you understand how recruiters think, you’ll be much better at interviewing (and the whole job search process).
by Brendan Browne | Fast Company
It isn’t enough to have the specific technical skills and exact experience. Soft skills matter…a lot!
Employers like us still want to hear about your achievements, of course, but you’ll also need to be ready to share experiences that demonstrate how you’ve been able to adapt, persevere, and manage change. That’s the kind of candidate companies will be looking to hire in the months and years ahead.
– Brendan Browne, VP of global talent acquisition at LinkedIn
by Bob McIntosh | Things Career Related
If you have the new LinkedIn interface/skin/UI, then you want to read this article and modify your profile accordingly. Luckily, Bob McIntosh walks you through what you need to know!
One of the greatest honors is to have others recognize your work! I am thrilled to be mentioned on these two lists!
by Red Branch Media