These are a sampling of eBooks available from the library.
301 Best Questions to Ask on Your Interview by John KadorRevised and updated for today's job market, the bestselling handbook for the ahead-of-the-curve job seeker "Is there anything you'd like to ask us?" This question can paralyze even the most seasoned job applicants. But with 301 Best Questions to Ask on Your Interview at your side, you'll be ready with a response that demonstrates your confidence and ability to see the whole picture and think on your feet. This second edition of the bestselling job seeker's resource delivers proven, up-to-the-minute tools for job hunters who want to shine in this most crucial part of the interview process. Written with the participation of hundreds of recruiters, job coaches, hiring managers, and Fortune 500 HR specialists, this book is the best available source for the questions that can advance your candidacy and convince interviewers that you're the best person for the job. Other features, including examples of the most powerful questions you can ask--and the questions NEVER to ask -- make 301 Best Questions to Ask on Your Interview your go-to guide for get-noticed, get-hired tips and techniques and expert guidance to put you in the driver's seat at your next interview. John Kador is the author of several books, including The Manager's Book of Questions and How to Ace the Brain Teaser Interview. A professional business writer and consultant, he has produced numerous speeches, annual reports, scripts, case histories, white papers, and news releases for Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, Adecco, IBM, Sears, and other corporate clients. He lives in Winfield, Pennsylvania.
Call Number: eBooks by EBSCOhost
Publication Date: 2010-04-07
Best Answers to the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions by Matthew J. DeLuca; Nanette F. DeLucaAnswers that will get you hired--from the bestselling interview guide, now completely updated! In today's job market, there are thousands of qualified candidates battling it out for a few jobs. Beat out the competition and learn how to give the best interview with Best Answers to the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions--the essential job-seeking weapon you need to answer the thought-provoking or unexpected questions that potential employers use to weed out candidates. Career experts, Matthew and Nanette DeLuca, coach you through every possible question you'll encounter, along with the secret motivation behind them--including those you may not want to be asked but must answer. In this updated edition, you'll learn how to: Gracefully address a lost job Tactfully discuss salary requirements Take control of the interview With Best Answers to the 201 Most Frequently Asked Interview Questions, you'll never be at a loss for words on any interview. Matt DeLuca, SPHR (New York, NY) is a Senior Consultant with the Management Resource Group, Inc. Matt is also the author/coauthor of 24 Hours to the Perfect Interview, Get a Job in 30 Days or Less, and Perfect Phrases for Negotiating Salary and Job Offers. Nanette DeLuca (New York, NY) is a Principal with the Management Resource Group, Inc., and coauthor of 24 Hours to the Perfect Interview, Get a Job in 30 Days or Less, and Perfect Phrases for Negotiating Salary and Job Offers.
Call Number: eBooks by EBSCOhost
Publication Date: 2010-07-09
The Essential Digital Interview Handbook by Paul J. BailoIn today's increasingly interconnected world, virtual meetings have become a staple of business practice. Unsurprisingly, so has the digital interview. Physical distance between potential employers and job-seekers is no longer the impediment it once was for face-to-face engagement. In the past year alone, the number of people who use Skype for this purpose has risen from about 300 million to more than 405 million, with a whopping 66-percent increase in users who log in from their mobile devices. These numbers point to one simple fact: you need 'The Essential Digital Interview Handbook.'
Call Number: Books 24/7
Publication Date: 2013-12-30
How to Find a Job on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, and Other Social Networks by Brad Schepp; Debra ScheppClassifieds are OUT. It''s time to LINK IN! Finding the job of your dreams the old way just doesn't happen anymore. If you want great pay, great benefits, and great satisfaction in your career, you must begin social networking. How to Find a Job on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, and Other Social Networks helps you take full advantage of the bounty of opportunities to be found on the most popular sites. Online job-search experts Brad and Debra Schepp take you step-by-step through the process of joining networks, creating effective online profiles, and successfully . . . marketing yourself. Building a network of business contacts. Connecting with employers. Getting recommendations. Finding new leads. Mailing a resume; and hoping for the best simply puts your fate in the hands of others. To stay in the running, you have to take control by keeping your information fresh and current ;in real time.Online social networking is the only way to go, and this forward-looking guide is the best way to get there.
Call Number: eBooks by EBSCOHost
Publication Date: 2009-09-22
Maximum Success with Linkedin by Dan ShermanExplains how to use LinkedIn to: find customers, partners, investors, or advisors; hire qualified employees; attract opportunities for more work, media exposure, lucrative partnerships; increase your network with thousands of contacts with one simple technique and many more. This book includes access to online resources for regular updates.
Call Number: Books 24/7
Publication Date: 2012-12-11
Riding the Rocket by Richard MaunRiding the Rocket means managing your Modern Career. This is the only book in this genre that uses the unique concept of a Modern Career to guide people. It s a practical how to book, giving people the tools and motivation to create opportunities for themselves. People need to self-manage their career in order to keep working and this book is here to enable them to do so. Like rockets, careers can be unpredictable, require fine tuning, need maintenance and above all need someone to control their direction and speed. We have to be to be proactive, resilient and adaptable and manage our career so that it works for us and gives us the working life that we want. The working world is full of risk, change and uncertainty and also opportunity. Compared to the static career-ladder approach of the post-war era, we now live in a Modern Career world where technology, globalization and economic rebuilding are giving people the opportunity to create and manage a flexible career for themselves. We can all choose to retrain, change industries, set up our own business, work as a consultant or create a portfolio lifestyle."