Tuesday, September 27, 2016

[RED DEMOCRATICA] How to get resumes past applicant-tracking systems


How a pay cut can help your career path | Identifying mannerisms that turn off potential employers | Tips for networking after a move
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September 27, 2016
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How a pay cut can help your career path
Taking a pay cut can help your career when you use it to help refocus your goals, reassess your value, manage your work-life balance and even improve your budgeting skills, writes John Rampton. Making less money also allows you to look into new industries and opportunities you might have missed while seeking jobs based mainly on salary.
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Identifying mannerisms that turn off potential employers
Unconscious mannerisms and gestures could cause employers to overlook an excellent resume or interview, according to image consultant Isabel Schuermann. Schuermann helps job seekers by videotaping them during mock interviews to help them identify issues they may not be aware of.
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Tips for networking after a move
Networking after moving to a new area can be difficult, but starting out by focusing on your goals can help make the process easier, writes Meredith Fineman. Creating a specific list of networking prospects and researching them can also help.
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L.A. County probation workers promotable despite misconduct
Los Angeles County is carrying out a policy at juvenile-probation facilities that makes promotion easier for employees with disciplinary problems. The county implemented the policy as part of a union settlement.
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How to get resumes past applicant-tracking systems
Many employers are using applicant-tracking systems, so it's important to tweak your resume to make sure relevant keywords are featured prominently, writes Sharon Florentine. Including a list of keywords in a smaller font and offering a specific geographical location can also help you get past the resume-filtering program.
Computerworld (9/26) 
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The Water Cooler
A brief history of debate-night zingers
A brief history of debate night zingers
Presidential debates tend to be remembered for the zingers that get slung back and forth. This article recaps some of the best, from Reagan's quips about his opponent's age to Lincoln's claim that his rival's positions were "as thin as the homeopathic soup that was made by boiling the shadow of a pigeon that had starved to death."
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