More on how to apply for a job at the Home Depot 1 - Go to the HD career page (http://careers.homedepot.com/) ** Place cursor over “Returning User” then select operations area you applied In-Store Hourly, Distribution Hourly, or Corporate). ** Enter your Email address & Password you originally created to submit your online application. ** Select the ‘Job Submission Status” link to check your application status. 2 - Call the Employment Hotline number (866) 698-4347 3 - Visit the store(s) Customer Service desk and ask to speak to the Personnel Manager about your application status.
In present day society, social media has become an important part of our daily interactions, more so than anything in our history. Never before have we been able, with such clarity and impact, to look back and see our thoughts and feelings, statements and involvement than with todays online presence. In the 30+ years I have been involved with retail, restaurant, business, and local and state government positions, I have often been involved in pre-screening applicants and resumes for employers. It genuinely surprises me to see poorly worded and mis-spelled words included in applications and resume statements in our atmosphere of automatic spell check. Not to mention the comments and statements that people post on various job search sites, such as this. Granted, yes, facebook and such are geared towards personal connections with family and friends, and employers will take that into account; but when you post a statement or comment on a job search site, it should be properly worded, properly spelled, and punctuated. If you can not read a statement in full without pausing, then it should be punctuated or broken down to more than one sentence. Please believe me when I say that employers do look to see if you have an online presence, how you conduct yourself, and how well you express yourself. They see multiple resumes and cover letters, and can easily tell if you have used a 'stock' letter, or have taken the time and effort to use that cover letter as an opportunity to present something of yourself they won't find in your resume. Are you involved with your church, Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions or Veterans groups? This shows networking and cooperative skills. Do you volunteer at a local school, daycare, or retirement home? This shows an awareness of the world and community outside of yourself. Do you quilt, garden, paint, do wood working or other crafts? This shows creative intellect and a desire to constantly improve on what has been done before. These are all traits that employers look for, that your past employment record will not show. Hopefully, my insight will assist in finding a job that suits not only your skills and abilities, but also your intellect and aspirations.
Hello fellow Jobcasers! I have been looking through your profiles on here, and noticed that some of you don't have your names capitalized on your profiles. Let's treat this as your professional resume, and make sure that you demonstrate your proper writing and grammatical skills. Also, no sideways pictures! That does not look professional either. Let's rotate that photo and improve your profile!
There has never been a better time to prepare your elevator pitch than right NOW so you are set and ready to go for your next interview or hiring event!
So exactly what is an elevator pitch?
An elevator pitch is a clear, brief message that is ALL about you. It communicates who you are, what you're looking for in a job and how that employer can benefit from hiring you.
Click on the image to learn how to create YOUR elevator pitch!
From five resumes he sent out early on Monday morning, four lead to calls and one of the interviews he had later that day, brought him a new job. It might sound like a short fairy tale with a happy ending, but it isn't as mystical as it sounds. There was no luck, only a measured strategy and a good plan.
Hope this story will help you out!
How do you actually apply for the specific jobs this site sends you notifications for? Every time I click the job I get sent to some spam advertisements or a list of jobs that don't even relate to the job notice i was sent!
Making a brag book is an excellent way to track your accomplishments over time, and it can also help you prepare for your end of year review.
Using this template got me promoted twice in two years, and helped me pass a personal goal of making $100,000 by 25.
Check out my explained video below, and let me know if you have any questions!
Tips! 10 Steps for Finding Your New Job Find the Best Job Listings. ... Keep Your Job Search Focused. ... Build Your Professional Brand. ... Connect With Your Contacts. ... Use Job Search Apps and Tools. ... Create a List of Companies You'd Love to Work For. ... Take the Time to Target Your Resume and Cover Letter. ... Prepare to Ace the Interview. I just Googled this. I sure you can find out more too.