One of the major motivators for me to become a Career Coach is the opportunity to share my know-how gained in the years of my recruiter/head-hunter avatar. I love to serve it on a plate now to the ones in need to know what’s going
The main purpose of the cover letter is to persuade the employer to meet you. The key word is motivation. The topic in this article is why you would like to be a part of a company and how you can contribute to the development
When discussing what coaching is I constantly stumble into the assumption that this is an approach that helps only people who have some kind of “problems” or a deficiency or are just stuck and need to be pulled out and brought to their “normal” status-quo.
Recruiter as a profession in Bulgaria has evolved a lot in the last 15 years. From an administrative role to which get access a small number of lucky ones, nowadays it becomes more necessary and wanted even than the role of a trader and manager.
The following guest post is by Amy Morin, a licensed clinical social worker in Lincoln, Maine. In addition to working as a psychotherapist, she is also an adjunct college psychology instructor and she serves as About.com’s Parenting Teens expert. Psychology often discusses mental health —
Succeessful Agency Recruiter There is nothing like a good controversy to stir up one’s feelings and subsequently a fierce debate. One of my favorite things about reading articles on ERE is how some of its contributors have a wonderful ability to write articles that generate
Great Time Management Tips Are you working on clock time or ‘real’ time? Learn how to manage your day by understanding the difference with these 10 time management tips. Chances are good that, at some time in your life, you’ve taken a time management class,
Why Recruiting Looks Easy? There is an absolutely wonderful children’s book called 20 Heartbeats about a painter who paints a horse for a very wealthy man. I hate to ruin it for you, but I have to say what happens. The rich man pays this
When a headhunter contacts you about a job, your chance of getting it is 25% to 33%. Love them or hate them, at some point you may find yourself working with a headhunter. So it’s helpful to understand how they operate. A headhunter has something