Career Planning

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In looking toward your next career step, list personal and professional goals. These questions can help you clarify them: Why are you in your current field? Are your talents and personality traits fully utilized? Are education and training priorities where you work? After you have answered these questions, take these steps: Career management. Take positive…

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Resume Tips

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Your resume is key. Create a winning resume,  what to put in, what to leave out: Contact information. Include phone, mail and email contact information. In addition, make sure your voicemail greeting is professional in tone. A message that is too casual can create a negative impression. Career objective.  Listing your career objective is optional. If your objective…

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Protecting Your Privacy

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Be wary of posting your resume on a public, online job board. You never know who will see it. For example, HR departments routinely check job boards to see if any of their company’s employees have posted their resumes to a job board. The Management Recruiters of Rogers website uses secure, nonpublic database accessible only to our internal professional career…

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Do’s and Dont’s

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Do’s Arrive 15 minutes early. Tardiness is never excusable. Clarify questions. Answer the interviewer’s questions as specifically as possible. Relate your skills and background to the position requirements throughout the interview. Give your qualifications. Focus on accomplishments that are most pertinent to the job. Be professional. Smile, make eye contact, and maintain good posture. Anticipate…

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Before the job interview, learn as much about the position and the employer as possible. Conduct research on the Web and college or public libraries, and tap industry contacts.  Also, your Professional Recruiter  at Management Recruiters of Rogers will give you the advantage of preparing for the interview with someone who is familiar with the company, their…

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Resigning Gracefully

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Congratulations! You’ve landed the job! Now you are faced with the delicate challenge of resigning from your current employer without burning bridges, and saying good-bye to friends and colleagues. Your Management Recruiters of Rogers recruiter will help you draft your resignation letter. Then, you will make an appointment with your manager to respectfully explain your…

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