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Creating RAPPORT - An Effective Tool For Increasing Sales And Building Relationships.

Posted: 12.07.2015
Rapport as defined in the dictionary is “a relationship marked by harmony, conformity, accord, or affinity,” Increased Rapport – Increased Sales!

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Did you know? Favourite Interviewing Questions

Posted: 12.07.2015
A survey was conducted by TorontoJobs.ca to find out recruiters’ favourite interviewing questions. We spoke to a number of recruiters in the Greater Toronto Area and we asked a simple question: “What’s your favourite interviewing question?”

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Employment Reference Checks - Providing and Receiving

Posted: 12.07.2015
It is becoming more challenging for companies to conduct employment reference checks on potential new hires. Gone are the days when a former employer openly shared insights into a departed employee's performance and productivity. These days, you're lucky to confirm the basics such as job title and employment dates! Contacting a potential new employee's former managers, coworkers and even character references will hopefully produce the results you require but not always.

 

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Do’s & Don’ts After Applying for a Job

Posted: 12.03.2015
Active job seekers spend a great deal of time searching through job boards, recruitment sites and other employment resources in the hopes of finding positions that match their skills, knowledge and experience. It is not uncommon for candidates to apply to just one position that looks perfect, or dozens of positions that come close. This article explores an often overlooked area of the search cycle: what to do after applying for a job.
 

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Four De-Stressing Tips For Your Job Search

Posted: 12.03.2015
Job seekers are spending long, gruelling hours, hitting the job front from multiple angles, but the stress is becoming unbearable. So, I decided to build a list of de-stressing tips for your job search, which hopefully provide you with some relief.

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For Job-Hunting Success: Track and Leverage Your Accomplishments

Posted: 12.03.2015
Has this ever happened to you? You've been instructed to list your career accomplishments, and you can't think of any. Or you're asked in a job interview, "What accomplishments are you most proud of?" -- and you freeze up. You know you have had accomplishments, but you just can't dredge them up.

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What Does Branding Have to do With Job Searching?

Posted: 12.03.2015
The buzz word 'branding' usually applies to the retail sector. There's usually a label affixed to clothing that names the designer or a subsidiary brand name. Over the past 15 years, many have thought it trendy to wear apparel showcasing popular brands. For others, it doesn't matter - colours, fabric materials, textures and quality matters most. However, when a job seeker accelerates his/her chance of being noticed, it becomes apparent that he or she wants to stand out from the competition.

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Protect Yourself from Online Job Fraud

Posted: 12.03.2015
There has been a significant increase in the amount of online fraud in the last few years as more scammers prey on people looking for jobs. In the current economic climate, this is a trend that will likely continue more frequently as dishonest people try to profit from unsuspecting job seekers.

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When you Can't Find Work… What Should You Do?

Posted: 12.03.2015
10 TIPS: WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU CAN'T FIND WORK FOR 3 MONTHS OR MORE

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Advice for Finding Employment in Tough Times

Posted: 12.03.2015
TorontoJobs.ca has put together a list of the top 5 things you can do if you are currently looking for employment as

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