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Melissa Hayes > All Jobcasers
12 months ago

Online Team Builders

Does anyone have experience with Online Team Builders? Are they a legit work from home company? They contacting me for an interview and I am trying to find as much information on them as possible. Thanks for your help.

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Mari C
2 days ago

Hi there! I received the text messages and decided to see what it was all about. The "interview" is an online webinar - and a...

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Fred Goff > All Jobcasers
3 days ago

Straight from the Entrepreneur's mouth...

I had the pleasure of judging the EY New England Entrepreneur of the Year finals this week. The companies these entrepreneurs are building are wildly diverse. Biotech, tech, consumer goods, retail. $5mm revenue up to billions of revenue. Private companies and public. Ones that started with nothing and some that started with millions of Venture Capital funding. All sorts. And the entrepreneurs themselves were from all sorts of...

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Jess Harrison > All Jobcasers
over 1 year ago

Notice me!!!

So I've been to a ton of job fairs recently. They're all okay, but I feel like it's SOOO hard to get a hiring manager to notice you. How can I stand out, especially in a sea of other applicants who are basically my competition?

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Sayed Apacanis
5 days ago

Let's get started

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Maddie A > All Jobcasers
about 1 month ago

How To Follow Up On A Job Application

You just applied to a what?

#jobready #jobapplication #teens #resume #profile #jobsearch #advice #teenjobs #teensummerjobs

You don’t have to be perpetually stuck in the waiting game once you’ve sent out a job application. If it’s been at least a week of radio silence with no word on the status of your application, it’s time to reach out to the hiring manager, recruiter, or employer to follow up! The best way to get a...

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Betty Howard
7 days ago

Excellent, great example for following up on a job application.

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Odds and Ends

Hi, I am a long term student who has some knowledge of computer Science, engineering and software. Am now in school for security and assurance in the IT Field. New to what all's out there, in what ways can I use me education to benefit me in a positive way. Since all I've really done is odds and ends for people by fixing their systems? Any ideas?

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Justin Lee
11 days ago

I been in IT field and looking to get into Cyber Security. I guess trying getting certification that can possibly help.

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Vance Holm > All Jobcasers
about 1 year ago

“the bad boss”

My boss is a good manager but a bad leader. He’s the “go to guy” if you need benefit information, last minute time off request, and help filing a complicated claim form like leave of absence but he’s out of his element when it comes to properly motivating workers to do better work. Co-workers take advantage of his weakness all the time and come up with BS stories to avoid work. I, on the other hand, have no problem swinging the boot around or...

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Ronald Stanton
14 days ago

Styles go all over the place when it comes to managing. It also takes time for a manager to realize his or her own weaknesses....

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Looking for a good webcam

I'm new to blogging and interested in doing some videos to post on YouTube, Game streaming, and job interviews. Any recommendations? I've had my eye on the Logitech C922 and the Brio. Does anyone have experience with these? Thank you.

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Kay Simeo
17 days ago

Yeah Logitech is the best

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Maddie A > All Jobcasers
19 days ago

Jobcase’s Top 5 Tips to Nailing the Job Interview

#jobready #jobinterview #interview #tips #resume #profile #jobsearch #advice

How to make your first impression last

REAL TALK: The old saying, “you don’t get a second chance to make a first impression” is the cold hard truth when it comes to interviewing for a new job. Here are our top five tips on how to hit it out of the park and increase your chances of moving from job interview to job offer.

**1. Carve out time to...

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Laila Nashat
18 days ago

These are some great steps, Maddie! One thing I also used to do just before an interview was to just take a few deep breaths to...

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Gary Holley > All Jobcasers
about 2 months ago

How would you handle someone who was loud an blowing off steam

Working as an receptionist, there were at times clients who expected to see their case worker would often blow up toward the desk person. All the while that person, asked them to calm down and walk outside an come back in to start the conversation again. Some said thanks they felt better by doing so, we didn't raise our voices when they were going off. But redirected them , to help them clear their heads and start over.

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Maqsood Ahmad
21 days ago

plZ help me

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Megan Range > All Jobcasers
about 2 months ago

My advice to people interested in working at #ARMAGlobal:GeneralDynamicsIT as a #SeniorSystemsAdministrator ...

Research the work environment as thoroughly as you can. Ask any and every question during your interview pertaining to the personalities, expectations, and culture to be absolutely sure that you will be comfortable in the work environment in which you will be placed.

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Alice Bongiorno
about 1 month ago

Thanks for the advise.

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