VetJobs: A Job Board Just for Veterans and Their Families

Career Solvers

There are many specialty job boards available based on professional and industry niche. But did you know that there is a job board dedicated solely to former members of the military, and their spouses and children? I spoke to Ted Daywalt, founder of VetJobs , to learn more about this unique job board. Founded in 1999, Veterans of Foreign Wars-sponsored VetJobs has grown to be the leading military-related job board on the Internet.

Job Board Detox Tip #12: Write SMART Stories

Career Realism

Today’s job board detox tip: Write your SMART stories and practice saying them out loud. Well, it is simply how you will answer many of your behavioral interview questions. T – Tie into the interview question and situation being discussed. Job board detox SMART stories image from Shutterstock. Job Search Job Board Detox SMARTWhat is a SMART story you ask.

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Why Employee Experience is the Future of HR

Water Cooler Wisdom

HR and Leader-Driven Activities: Target job boards, employee referrals, and internal career sites/social media platforms to attract top talent. Engage candidate in behavioral interviewing and assessments.   Join Stage:  How the new hire was on boarded and assimilated into the organization. HR and Leader-Driven Activities: Deliver personalized content and solicit feedback on job location(s), schedule, and role.

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How I Learned to Leverage Online Job Search Tools

Career Realism

This interview from JustJobs.com will take you through the ups and downs you can expect in the position, what it takes to land the job, what you can expect to earn and more. This sales expert suggests how to be well prepared and informed whenever one needs to deal with a new type of job interview. I found this job online. I regularly searched the internet for jobs while working for another telecom company. This was also my first phone interview.

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wee answer Wednesday — 6 short answers to 6 short questions

Ask A Manager

Giving notice when your job has changed. Up until 4 months ago, I loved my job. I thought I was doing a good job, and I was meeting my benchmarks. Had the new role been advertised on a job board I would never have applied. I had been looking for a new job ever since the role change. Your employer just assigned you to a whole new job because you’d been in your old one for two years and it was “time to rotate”?

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