By talking to other people in other industries, we can learn as well as have an exchange of information and idea sharing. Down below are a few notes taken from a conversation. Feel free to share your thoughts, comments and/or experiences.
- Listen to the customer's needs re: job placement
- Agree to an agreement
- Send potential candidates on job assignments (ref. headhunter model) on a temporary basis
- If all goes well, transfer agreement to customer OR
- Continue with the agreement #yougotthis
You may not have your Dream Job now, but you will have it someday! You're an amazing person, and You will be in your dream Job. Your dream Job, is destined to be Yours! You will succeed, and You will overcome. Failure is ok, as long as you accept it. That failure, shall take you to your path, and to Your success.
Today is my last day working for a pain management facility that i got through a temp agency after being out of work for almost 2 months. I have been hired for a full time permanent position at a very well known hospital in the DMV area. I am excited ; I've been applying to this hospital for all of 12 years and I finally go IN!!!!..to anyone that's feeling down about looking for a job please please please don't give up it took me 7 weeks but I did it and so can you just keep looking everyday keep applying. The worst part for me was having to interview whether it was Zoom or in person. Thankfully every one I had a(nd I did about 6 may 7 interviews) was pleasant i was made to feel comfortable....just keep applying guys... YOU GOT THIS!!!
Pride may stand in your way, but if you never ask for help you are unlikely to receive it no matter how much you believe others know whats going on with you. Everyone has their own challenges and although your situation may be undesired by you, you can not expect others to know whats really going on.
Nepotism can work with or against you but its worth a try.
Action step: Put your physical resume copy in the hands of a few friends willing to walk it into the HR office of their job.
Are you ready for your next job fair/interview? Be sure you take a little time today to prepare for tomorrow!
-Lay out your interview outfit so it's all set and ready to go. Check to make sure it's clean and wrinkle free. Check out some tips on what to wear to the interview [here] (https://www.jobcase.com/conversations/60d77b2f-6640-5331-8816-dca310ec58bf?from=https%253A%252F%252Fwww.jobcase.com%252Fcommunity).
-Grab those resumes, (50 copies) and place them in a folder. Be sure to tuck them away in a purse, brief case, or bag along with your [business cards] (https://www.jobcase.com/conversations/cb795458-c78b-5403-abca-08908c09d94e) if you have some handy. Make sure your resumes are easily accessible when an employer requests a copy, so you don't have to go digging for it!
-Eat a good breakfast the morning of. It’s true what they say, breakfast IS the most important meal of the day. It will fuel your brain/body first thing and last until lunch time!
-Go to bed early. Even if you’re a night owl, put on those pj’s and climb into bed early enough the night before so you get a full 8 hours. You will look rested tomorrow and feel much more calm and focused.
-Plan how you will get there and how long it will take with [Google maps] (https://firstname.lastname@example.org,-71.0785731,14z) It’s always helpful to plan ahead!
-Practice your pitch a few times that morning. Whether it’s in the shower or on the ride over, say it a few times so you build up that confidence! Still having trouble? Check out what to [avoid in your pitch] (https://www.jobcase.com/conversations/7af45c96-9dbb-555e-8bf0-eed09382fc67?from=https%253A%252F%252Fwww.jobcase.com%252Fcommunity)
-Make sure you have written down 3-5 questions in a notebook that you want to ask that companu. Don't forget to pack that notebook as well as a few pens/pencils.
-Know what that company does and their mission. If you haven’t researched it yet, take a sometime to see what they are all about and take some notes! Remember, your pitch should be tailored to what YOU bring to that company based on what they do.
-Nervous and not sure what to say to break the ice? Practice a few of these [conversation starters] (https://www.jobcase.com/conversations/ba14843b-2d1e-54ab-8453-c29341ebc60b?from=https%253A%252F%252Fwww.jobcase.com%252Fgroups%252F74f34b74-2b6b-4d09-bf76-b608c2f1b28c%253Fpage%253D2) to get things rolling.
Looking for the next opportunity? You can [begin here] (https://www.jobcase.com/jobs/search).