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Tony Beshara
Job Search Tips Relating to Employers


Do You Have What it Takes?

Resumes

You are trying to communicate to the prospective employer that you are the best person for his open position. The key is to cite examples of your superior performance in both your resume and in the interview. Think of the things that you have done in high school, college, or the military that demonstrate not only the above attributes, but any others that might be positive for a prospective employer. Here's a partial list:

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Do Your Homework First

Do Your Homework First

You have to research the prospective employer. For students, the career center at your school can really help with research resources. The primary benefit of the Internet to your job search is its help to your research. Years ago at our company, we had a library of catalogs and brochures about the companies with which we did business. Our candidates would review those before they interviewed. The Internet has changed all that.

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Do YOU Know What the Employers Want

Do YOU Know What the Employers Want

You must be aware of the hiring authorities “buying” motivations and how to sell to them. There are basically four questions any hiring organization asks of every candidate, whether they are applying for an entry-level position or to be the company’s next President. Those questions are:

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Interviewing with Your Future Boss

Interviewing with Your Future Boss

Versus an HR person or other third party, it is much easier to prepare for an interview with the actual hiring authority. The hiring authority takes long-term, personal responsibility for the decision. Most of the time, this person is responsible not only for hiring you, but also contributing to your success in the job. Usually, his/her success is impacted by whether you are successful or not. This person's reputation is on the line with your hire.

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If You Don't Get Hired, Stay in Touch!

If You Don't Get Hired, Stay in Touch!

There are the events that in one way or another don't result in a job offer. As you go through each one of them, you need to assess what you could have done better.

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Accepting an Offer

Accepting an Offer

Once you have received an offer, do not postpone letting the hiring authority know your decision for more than one day. When the candidate asks for a delay the employer could conclude that either the candidate is not very decisive or that the candidate is going to use the offer to leverage another opportunity. I've known hiring managers that rescinded an offer on the spot when the candidate did not appear decisive in their acceptance.

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Final Step: Show Up on the Job!

Final Step: Show Up on the Job!

Most people think that once they've started a new job, their job search is over. I’ve been recruiting since 1973 and I continue to be amazed at the strange things that can take place after a person starts a new job.

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