*Title：After You Graduate: Finding and Getting Work You Will Enjoy Written By Roberts, LeilaPublished By Open University Press in 2006Open now >> [Description] Offering comprehensive coverage from an expert career development coach, this book includes practical advice on applications, handling interviews, and negotiating job offers. It gives readers the skills to research and identify job opportunities at any stage of their careers.
*Expert Resumes for Teachers and Educators Written By Enelow, WendyPublished By JIST Publishing in 2005 Open now >> [Description] Great resource for teachers at all levels, education administrators, and trainers, with situation-specific employment trends, career strategies, and step-by-step instructions for writing powerful, performance-based resumes. *Elements of Resume Style, The: Essential Rules and Eye-Opening Advice For Writing Resumes and Cover Letters That Work Written By Bennett, ScottPublished By AMACOM books in 2005 Open now >> [Description] It's amazing the myths one can find in some resume books. Bennet explains why some of the most popular 'tricks' backfire more often than they work, and offers clear, smart strategies for creating resumes and cover letters that get people jobs. *Winning the Interview Game: Everything You Need to Know to Land the Job Written By Nierenberg, Alan H.Published By AMACOM books in 2005 Open now >> [Description] Demystifying the dreaded interview process, it takes new and experienced job-seekers stop by step from interview preparation to the firt day on the job. Equips readers with everything they need to gain a competitive edge and win the ultimate prize: a great job offer. *High-Impact Interview Questions: 701 Behavior-Based Questions to Find the Right Person for Every Job Written By Hoevemeyer, Victoria A.Published By AMACOM books in 2006 Open now >> [Description] "High-Impact Interview Questions" introduces readers to the ultimate strategy for hiring the right person, every time - behavior-based interviewing. By asking applicants to "tell me about a time..." employers can better determine whether individuals possess the skills required for the job. *101 Strategies for Recruiting Success: Where, When and How to Find the Right People Every Time Written By Pritchard, Christopher, WPublished By AMACOM books in 2007 Open now >> [Description] Pritchard has drawn from 20 years of multi-faceted experience within the recruiting industry. He has spent the last 14 years managing corporate recruiting programs in the U.S. His recruiting consultancy's current and former clients include GE, Coopers & Lybrand, Ernst & Young, Lotus., Dell, Boeing, and more. This book presents 25 proven recruiting strategies and provides probing interview questions that will help reveal the information hiring managers really need to know about candidates. It also features a "Recruiting Excellence Workbook": specific to-do's for getting the most out of recruiting and staffing initiatives that complement organizational objectives.
*Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting & Orienting New Employees Written By Arthur, DianePublished By AMACOM books in 2006 Open now >> [Description] For almost 20 years, "Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting and Orienting New Employees" has been the go-to reference on every aspect of the employment process. Known for its practical and down-to-earth approach and jargon-free tone, the book is now in its Fourth Edition, which includes fresh information on today's biggest staffing challenges. The new edition provides thorough coverage of new issues such as peer interviews and video interviewing, documentation and reference-checking challenges, new orientation programs, and more.