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Original Content Post #6: How to Email Professionally

Ever been at a loss when writing or replying to an email? Us too. Don’t worry, we’ve got a quick guide on professional emailing etiquette that we hope will help you! This is a universal email guide that isn’t limited to the workplace. You might even incorporate some of these tips into your personal emails too!

Check out the guide on our Instagram here: https://bit.ly/2H1k2GI

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Ashley Wilson
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Thank you for sharing this guide Find Your Future LA !

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To Phish r not to phish?

I uploaded my resume on UsaJobs. Recommended because I am a soon to be military retiree. Well I keeping getting contacted via email by companies I have never heard of. asking me to set up a Google IM account for an online interview. Call me naïve but are these for real? are just phishing scams.

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That's really frustrating! It's good that you're alarmed by this, it does seem pretty fishy (no pun intended). There does seem to be a scam going around with USAJobs, but it's more trying to get your login information (see this article here: http://www.cid.army.mil/documents/CCIU/2can/USAJOBS%20Phishing%20Scam.pdf) But USAJobs does offer a good outline of what to look for in suspicious job offers:https://help.usajobs.gov/index.php/Avoiding_Phishing_and_Email_Scams

Basically it's that old saying: if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Personally I'd be suspicious of any employer using a gmail address instead of an obvious company email address.

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Original Content Post #6: How to Email Professionally

Ever been at a loss when writing or replying to an email? Us too. Don’t worry, we’ve got a quick guide on professional emailing etiquette that we hope will help you! This is a universal email guide that isn’t limited to the workplace. You might even incorporate some of these tips into your personal emails too!

Check out the guide on our Instagram here: https://bit.ly/2H1k2GI

Sign up for Find Your Future today at findyourfuture.la.

#findyourfuturela #fyfla #emailguide #emails #communication #professional

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Thank you again Find Your Future LA for sharing this!

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Rejection emails can be very helpful

Hi, paying attention to those rejection emails can be very helpful if you address them in the right way. Think of it as another way of evaluating your weakness to better improve your job search and communication skills by asking the question as to why you were rejected/unqualified. Don't just discard a possibility. . .

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I have never got a rejection letter that wasn't a canned, generic message such as: "We have decided to proceed with candidates that more closely match our skillset" or "though your skills/resume, etc. is impressive, we've decided to move forward with other candidates." Nobody takes the time to write why they didn't hire you. Most of time it has nothing to do with your skills and more to do with your age and if you are a "good cultural fit"

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renee Lavoie
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How about when they won't evan return ur call? They drop u right before they say when ur suppose to start work!!! CRUEL

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When leaving a job, what to do with your documents and emails?

I am planning to leave my job as soon as I find a new one, and was curious as to what others have done when leaving their jobs when it came to documents/files and emails that are on your company computers or email systems. Obviously I want to save contacts and some of the emails that I may have use of down the line, but is it ok to make copies of such things from a company system and hold onto them? Do you just delete everything on your last day? Just curious as to folks thoughts and opinions.

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Dennis, This is a good question for a HR pro but in my experience once you hand over resignation info the company’s goal is to get you out of the position as soon as possible. In some cases sooner rather than later especially if the it's based on hostile terms. I would ask someone in management or HR before removing or copying files just to avoid future repercussions. I’m sure they have their own process of wiping data but it’s safer to check beforehand. Sorry to hear you’re thinking of leaving the job… hopefully for a better one!

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Home product testing or just a work fron home

I have spent 100''s of hours the last few months. I get plenty of emails offering me a job, The problem is you start the process of what they need which always takes a minimum of 20 minutes and you always get nothing. I am a retired widow and live on a fixed income.I have the time to be dedicated to whatever I agree to. If you know the secret to get to the right place it would be greatly appreciated

Thank you Annie

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Hi Annie May - I did some online research and found these companies that offer nationwide work from home Customer Service job opportunities year round. Please keep in mind that I am not a recruiter for these organizations but I am available to answer questions or provide feedback based on my online research. Always remember to practice your own due diligence before applying to any job openings to ensure you’ve found the right career fit and AVOID falling victim to scams Thank you.

Convergys - Full and part-time job opportunities with benefits and a Veteran Family program for eligible employees. Click HERE to learn more and apply.

Concentrix - Customer Support Services offered via Virtual Call Center. Click HERE for more details and application information.

Sykes - Employees receive paid training, health benefits, monthly bonus incentives, and career advancement opportunities. Click HERE to search for jobs and apply today.

TeleTech - Offers many customer service jobs at call centers across the U.S., the company also hires at-home workers. Click HERE to search for job openings an application information.

KellyConnect - technical and customer support jobs. Click HERE to search for job openings.

TTech - Customer Service phone support. Click HERE for more details.

Conduent - Customer Service Representatives (Technical Support) - jobs available in a limited number of US states. Click HERE for more details.

Working Solutions - Click HERE for more information.

Language Solutions - Interpreter services in a variety of languages. Click HERE for more job details and application information.

For other Work From Home Options please refer to FlexJobs article 100 Companies Offering Work From Home Jobs in 2018

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ARE THESE PLACES REALLY HIRING?????

I currently have a job and its pays very well, however I am currently looking for a job in the Human Resource Generalist Field. I have applied for every HR Generalist position that I have seen, that was recommended by someone, etc. (You all know what I am talking about). I have been on lots of interviews and I am appalled that I have not found a job. It makes me ask the question "ARE THESE PLACES REALLY HIRING"?????? I get the same emails from Monster jobs, Indeed, Career Builder, and so on and so on. I look at the job title and description and realize I have already applied for the job. I currently live in Chicago, IL I have even attempted to look for employment in cities in Indiana near Chicago. Any advice to help me out?

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Hi Crystal Taylor keep looking! It's not hopeless : ) Check out these [HR Generalist positions] (https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search?q=Human+Resource+Generalist&l=Dolton%2C+IL&r=15&ex=1&sources%5B%5D=CB&sources%5B%5D=GD&sources%5B%5D=LI&sources%5B%5D=JC) hiring near you!

Good luck ; )

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What should I do?

I am usually a keen person, however, just now I mistakenly sent a short message via email to one recruitment manager that was meant for another. Therefore the company name and so on belonged to another job that I am also seeking. Should I quickly tell her that I am sorry and that

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First of all, don't worry because it's been done. Everybody makes mistake. I would just resend your message, and not worry about it. This is exactly something I would do. Send a message to the wrong party. It happens.

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Alexis Gonzalez
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Yea just be honest, don’t try to sugar coated it cause you’re just gonna make a fool out of yourself....

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