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Bill Branstetter
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over 6 months ago

Imagine this scenario: You receive an offer from one company, but you are hoping for an offer from another company next week. What's the best way to navigate that situation? Should you tell company #1 that you are waiting on another offer?

#jobsearch #advice #offer

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Joy Finley
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Yes

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Steward Pacheco
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Never! Ever! Tell A Company "I'm Waiting For Another Offer" Ever Hear Of "A Bird In The Hand?"

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Mark Brenner
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over 6 months ago

Remember it's YOUR INTERVIEW too! My book: IT'S YOUR CAREER - IT'S YOUR CHOICE (an Amazon #1 Best Seller) will guide you through the interview process (and much more!). Here is the link to the best book ever about finding the right job with the right company (amzn.to/3Ccud6S). Take the first step on your way to your career - get your copy today! #jobsearch #interview #hiringnews #workfromhome #application

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Phil Blankenship
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over 6 months ago

As an employer myself, I will "Pre-Qualify" a new prospective employee. I have over 40 years in my trade and I can tell within the first 15 minutes of an interview if he/she is qualified. #1>When you walk into your interview, DON'T BE COCKY. Be confident about the position you applied for. #2>Don't Hustle yourself onto a new employer. As for myself? I'll pick that up in a heartbeat and make this interview short. #3>Answer all questions as accurate as you can and, please, don't ramble. #4> if you pickup on your future employer's common interest along with you? You had better know and experience this and not "Ad-Lib" just to soften him/her up thinking you're a definite hire. #4> This is where experience comes in, WATCH OUT FOR INTERVIEW MAN TRAPS! This is where employers want to find out how honest you are and if you are full of %$#@. I've done it myself when giving an interview. In all, just be yourself and be truthful. Good luck....Phil(DOC)

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Lee Gregg
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over 6 months ago

I graduated Law School in 2014 after I had been out of High School for over 20 years. I graduated as #1 in my class. You're never too old to follow your dreams. #education #ageism #advice

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Harley big dad biker
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over 6 months ago

Customer service,just reinterate that.

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It's Your Time Believe and Achieve
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over 6 months ago

RULE #1. CHOOSE YOUR FRIENDS WISELY! [IBYC]

I'm telling you the truth...(Must Read Before Bedtime.)

It can take a person almost a lifetime to realize this principle of truth.

Don't let this happen to YOU.

"You eventually become like the top three persons you closely associate with, on a continuous basis. So, make sure they are great like you." ~Edward Alexander

Then, everything else will align itself according to your faith.

I Believe You Can...!

#inspired #motivation #hiringnews #aboutmyjob #resume #interview #stressful #ageism #termination #jobsearch #advice

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cherylene Appling
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over 6 months ago

Core values #1 - Inviolable integrity....

Contributing "added value" to the new company is essential.

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Louis Moore
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over 6 months ago

This has always been one of my strong points and it’s at the interview that you convince the hiring manager that you are the best candidate for the job, you can do this by #1. Learning as much as you can about the company before the interview. #2. Being relaxed and down to earth. #3. Selling yourself and letting the interviewer know that you are the right person for the job.

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