In an effort to connect spas worldwide with international ISM students who are highly educated in spa operations and business management, the Institute of Spa Management (www.spacollege.org) has launched the ISM Job & Career Center. The service is free for all employers in the spa industry to post jobs and internships for positions that relate […]
U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Director Linda M. Springer today announced the launch of an enhanced interagency telework website, www.telework.gov. The updated site features a series of user-friendly improvements designed to make telework information more accessible and understandable to Federal employees.”The launch of this updated website will allow Government employees and managers a greater […]
The most popular career reference ever, the Occupational Outlook Handbook, is hitting book shelves in a new 2008-2009 edition. Packed with updates, this authoritative resource has changed significantly from previous editions to include some surprising information about today’s job market.
Online job searching doesn’t have to be time consuming or complicated. However, the online market is much more competitive than it used to be and today’s job seekers need to be Internet savvy. A new book by job search expert Alison Doyle explains how.
CareerTV continues to expand its services. The latest new announcement is the CareerTV television show. This is a national half-hour television program. The first show will be focusing on employment diversity and will air in April.
Responding to continuing employment challenges and complex regulations, California employers are expected to turn to Human Resources Outsourcing firms in record numbers in 2008. This is according to a new white paper recently released by CPEhr, a leading California HR consulting firm.
â€œYou never know when or where you may meet a prospective employer,â€ says on-line recruiter, WallStJobs.com. â€œMemory sticks, flash-drives, or email versions of your resume on your Blackberry, Treo or iPhone are must-haves in todayâ€™s volatile employment market.â€
Courting your Career is a unique, easy-to-read book that draws parallels between the job search and dating rituals. By using real-life examples and anecdotes, you can relate to the perils of finding the right career position to dating situations to gain incredible insight.
The real question that drives the fear is â€œAm I good enough?â€ And, if I am now, will I always be? Can I meet the expectations of others? Can I meet my own expectations? Then there are additional demands, obligations, personalities and new issues that I havenâ€™t encountered before. Can I handle that?
You did everything you needed to do to make a great impression at your job interview. From an impressive resume to a suitable suit to impeccable manners, you feel that the job interviewer viewed you in a positive light. Is there anything else you can do to ensure top consideration for your dream job?