Thursday, June 25, 2015

Free eBook: "Interview Success Secrets"

Interview Success Secrets"Interview Success Secrets"

If you’re applying for jobs and want an edge in the interview stage, this book is for you.

You attend college with the hopes and dreams that you will get a job upon graduation. Thousands of others are doing the same thing, which can make applying for jobs tough. If you turn in an application, it is possible that 20 to 30 others have as well. The worst part is most of them will have the same experience and qualifications that you have. So, how can you become the standout candidate if everyone has reviewed the same material and prepared? Is it possible to ensure that you are memorable?

The answer is yes, it is possible. When you know the tips and tricks to use during an interview, you can walk in there more confident. Confidence leads to immediately standing out and having the ability to answer all types of questions.


Free eGuide: Sample Workplace Harassment & Bullying Policy

Title: Sample Workplace Harassment & Bullying Policy

Primary Category: Human Resources

Short Description: How confident are you that your workplace harassment policies are protecting your organization?

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Free eGuide: Scrum or Kanban for Agile Development: Which is Right for Your Team?

Title: Scrum or Kanban for Agile Development: Which is Right for Your Team?

Primary Category: Information Technology

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