Thursday, July 30, 2015

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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Is it Time for a Raise?



Perhaps, more than career fulfillment, the other major reason and motivation in every person's career is the financial compensation that he/she gets. Every employee, especially the career starters, should know their worth as a worker. In the long run, one will feel that he's doing more than what he gets. And when this situation doesn't get properly attended to, the result is a mediocre employee working on a temporary mediocre job, not a potential long-term career. So when do you know it's time for a raise?

You've been with the company at least 6 months or a year old in your position. Most companies would usually give their employees a raise upon regularization. If your company does not hold true to this and you feel that you have done more than what was asked for, it is advised that you speak with your immediate supervisor about giving you a raise.

You know you work hard and it shows in your outputs. Your boss asks you to go over time, you stay as told. You brainstorm for concepts and ideas.

They use your idea and your company gets the deal. If you think you have been coming up with great and top notch outputs and you don't feel properly compensated (as well your other colleagues), ask for a raise.

You pitch and you close deals. If you have a sales- related position and you have been closing countless deals from the start, asking for a raise may help increase your motivation.

You lose/lost the motivation. Let's accept the fact that one of the major drivers which keep us going at work is financial compensation. When we do not feel properly compensated, this can result in a loss of motivation and lack of interest and enthusiasm at work.

You start to wonder what's on the other side of the fence. When we are less compensated, we start to wonder how green the pastures are in other companies. First, ask yourself “Do I really need to move?” But hey, maybe you can still work things out by asking for the proper compensation which you deserve without having to leave your own fence.

Before you even lost what keeps you going, study yourself as a person and as an employee. Keep a close track of your performance. And once you think that yes, you're indeed getting compensation less than what you deserve, it's time you bring up the “raise.”

Asking for a raise can be difficult, but if you know you are worth it, GO FOR IT!
 
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Look for the next email: Make Yourself a Long-term Career.

Warm regards,

Patrick Taranto
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Saturday, July 25, 2015

The No-no's During a Job Interview


Most all of us end up working at some point in our life. The following information is provided to improve your working conditions, work life, and/or career.

Before you could even build a stable and a satisfying career, there are a few other factors that you will need to surpass. To get the job you want, you need to go through a thorough application screening. Along every step, it is very critical for applicants to keep it right. More than just that, every single step should be given a beyond- mediocre performance or output, otherwise, losing your slot to other equally competitive applicants can come very easy. The job interview is one of the major and most-feared processes in job hunting. Below are some tried-and-tested tips to help you pull off a job interview and hopefully, start your way to a lasting and fulfilling career.

Come on time. Coming late to your interview will make an instant negative impression. This can be a manifestation of irresponsibility on your part. Most interviewers, especially those for the final interview concerning department heads or CEO's, have major appointments to attend to. Sometimes, they would cancel or move such appointments in order to accommodate job potentials. If you come late, not only do you give them the bad impression, you also ruin their entire day. And that would not be a very smart way to start a career.

Give a firm hand shake. When you come inside the room, greet your interviewer with a firm a handshake. A handshake is not only a greeting gesture; it shows your confidence as well as your ethics and behavior is in social functions.  This is even more important if you're applying for a PR or marketing job.

Dress to impress. You do not need to hire designers to give you the right look. Keep it proper and comfortable. Most applicants go for black suits (for men) or black dress with a blazer or cardigan (for women). This is highly suggested when applying for corporate positions. On the other hand, if you are applying in an advertising firm, dressing creatively and experimenting with more colors would be ideal as well.

Look the interviewers in the eye. Looking straight in your interviewer's eye will show your sincerity and confidence for the position that you're applying for.

Ask questions. When you ask questions, it shows your willingness to learn more about the position, but of the company as well. Bosses and interviewers are usually appreciative of applicants who ask a few questions.

Yes, the competition is stiff but getting the career your want is not a very difficult to do. Jump-start your career by pulling off an impressive job interview!

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Look for the next email: Is it Time for a Raise?

Warm regards,

Patrick Taranto 
 

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Cover Letter Secrets

Most all of us end up working at some point in our life.
The following information is provided to improve your
working conditions, work life, and/or career.

One of the most important things to receiving an
interview besides your resume is a great cover letter.  A
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Look for the next email: Job Interview No-No’s.

Warm regards,

Patrick Taranto
 

Monday, July 20, 2015

Job Searching


Most all of us end up working at some point in our life.
The following information is provided to improve your
working conditions, work life, and/or career.

Searching for a Job?

In today’s economy with LOTS of layoffs and reductions
in force, many people are hunting for a new job.
Perhaps it has been a while since you’ve been in the
position where you have to search for employment?

The digital and internet age is upon us so you’ve be wise
to use those resources to your advantage.
One such website is Monster.com.  You can search for
employment opportunities as well as post your resume
so companies can find you.

They offer career advice, resume writing, along with job
searching.  Add in how to interview, salary surveys and
so much more; this online resource is the first place to
visit in your job search efforts.

Look for the next email: Cover Letter Secrets.

Warm regards,

Patrick Taranto
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Saturday, July 18, 2015

Career Starter Tips




Most all of us end up working at some point in our life.  
The following information is provided to improve your
working conditions, work life, and/or career.
Surefire Tips for Career Starters

Competition has become stiffer today. With the global
recession that the world is currently experiencing, fresh
college graduates are wondering how they may be able
to get the long-term career they want. Yes, more than
maintaining a long and stable career, starting one is
even more difficult to do. So how do you make sure that
you find a job which can give you a stable and fulfilling
career in the long run? Below are 5 surefire tips to guide
you.

1.Choose the career path which you are most
passionate about. If you are passionate with the
arts, it is more likely that you're a good fit in an
advertising firm. Otherwise, pursuing something
related to actuarial might just have you quitting by
your third month. If you're considering a long-term
career, it is very important that you love what you
do. This way, sustaining your passion and your
motivation as you go along will come easily as well.

2.Apply to as many options as possible. If this is your
first job, the first thing to do is to make sure that
you love what you're doing. Then, you will need to
gather possible options available. For instance, you
are very passionate about writing and it has been
your dream to land a magazine job; browse all
magazine openings in your area. Apply with as
many firms as you can. When you start getting calls
and move forward with your application and
interview; that's the time that you can start
screening your options.

3.Make an outstanding resume.  The first step to
making an impression is by coming up with a
standout resume. Note that just like you; there is
probably hundreds of other equally worthy
applicants wanting to be in the position that you're
applying for. Be sure to note in your resume what
makes you different from everybody else.

5.Polish off the interview. If you did well in making
your resume a standout, do even better in your
interview. Make sure to develop a good impression.
Answer every question enthusiastically but be polite
and respectful.

6.Know your worth. You may just be a starter but
make sure that you know what you deserve.
Starting a great career can be made easy.
 
Just keep  these useful tips in mind and you are sure to work your
way to long-tern fulfillment.
 
Great career starting tips!  Look for the next email: Job
Searching.

Warm regards,
Patrick Taranto 

Friday, July 17, 2015

Your Free Report

7 Job Hunting Tips

Are you a fresh graduate and planning to look for a job? Did you just recently quit your job and are looking for greener pastures? Are you unemployed and have little experience regarding ways to secure a job?

Whatever your situation may be, it would be to your advantage to study the following mistakes that have cost job seekers many opportunities that could have easily been avoided had they focused on following a clear-cut strategy to effective job hunting.

Tip #1:
 Create The Perfect Resume

Before submitting your resume to a prospective employer, check your it for corrections at least three times before handing it over. After researching about the job position, it is critical that you format your resume to match the needs of the company.

For example, if you are applying for an accounting job, you should put in detail your accounting experience on your resume. Typographical and grammatical errors are serious no-no's. It is also ideal to keep the length of the resume' to at least a page and a half long.      

Tip #2:
 Appear Professional

A survey conducted by a staffing and consulting firm based in California which corresponded with 1,400 chief financial officers concluded that candidates for employment were impressed by candidates :

1)        Arriving on time
2)        Having good knowledge about the company
3)        Having good knowledge about the position applied for
4)        Having self confidence


The body language of the applicant must also denote that he is confident yet not overpowering. He must maintain eye contact, have a strong handshake, and avoid looking defensive by the act of crossing the arms. Wearing the right clothes is crucial for projecting a confident stance. As they say, it is better to go to an interview over-dressed than being under-dressed.

Answer questions smartly
 
It is important to research the company and the position applied for to prevent being side-tracked during the interview.

If you do not know the answer to the questions being asked, it is better to admit you don't know the answer to the question and add that you can research about it.  Look for the skills or expertise that the company is looking for so that when interview day comes and the interviewer asks about your strengths and core competencies, you will be able to match it to what they need.            

Getting the necessary referrals    

Having a referral from one of the company employees can go a long way toward landing an interview.  A typical company may receive job applications in the hundreds and usually 35% to 60% of all job vacancies are filled by referrals. The odds of getting hired when you have a referral are very high if you have another 200 to 500 applicants vying for the same position.

If you do not know anyone from the company that may give you a referral, it is a good idea to network the alumni of your college or university, trade groups, social networks, and professional associations. Remember, having a referral greatly increases your chances of getting the position.

Tip  #3:
Apply Correctly

With the current trend of technology and its merging with business processes, more and more companies are now requiring prospective applicants to submit their application online.  Thus, first impressions are relayed not by your first appearance but by the quality and content of your e-mail. E-mails regarding job application should be polished and well-articulated.

When applying on-line, use the following tips:

Complete your sentences and do not abbreviate.

Employers do not like when you send them application letters that seem to be too casual. It is important to make a letter that is both formal and well written. This gives a good impression regarding your capabilities and skills.

Get directly to the point

When writing an application letter, you must be concise and straightforward. Do not put a story on the letter just to get the attention of the employer, chances are he or she will just get irritated with you and this only reduces your chances of getting hired.  

Consider potential issues that may hinder you from getting the job

You may find instances wherein there is a lot of need for a job but the requirements for the position may entail training programs that may bar you from getting the position due to its highly competitive nature. Some require a lot of experience even at least 3 years of work experience. Some may have no barriers to entry but the job itself may entail a very routine work flow.

Getting the job you want may be a challenge but never lose hope. It is better to wait a while and get a job that you will enjoy rather than get a job as soon as possible but ending up dissatisfied and unhappy. Make the right decision then act on it.

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Tip  #4:
Showcase Skills

When applying for a job, it is ideal that you identify your strengths and weaknesses and get prepared to address them.

By knowing your advantage, the chances of getting the job that you want will surely get easier. But you should not get too confident since this is one of the common mistakes that plague job applicants. Appearing too confident or as somewhat of a know it all person will only get you labeled by your interviewer as unfit for the job.

Identifying your skills

First thing's first. You should identify your skills. This is your ticket to get that job and you should be able to articulate your abilities and expertise as best as you can. Many people have a hard time telling their skills and abilities as this may seem to be bragging. But you should not be shy or afraid to discuss your skills.

In fact, it is important that you convey to your potential employer what your talents are. You should be able to sell your abilities to your employer. That is how you will get the job that you want.

It is important that you don't appear arrogant or condescending but you should also avoid selling yourself short. If the interviewer asks you about your strengths or what separates you from the other applicants, you should be able to readily give a good answer. But before you even go to the interview, your resume should highlight your skills and talents for your prospective employer to see.

Tip  #4:
Set Clear Objectives

To achieve a goal, there is a process that you should implement.  This process is to streamline and analyze your objectives.  Begin at the very beginning at the smallest, specific part.  These are the most important steps to take to meet the guidelines.  

An objective is a way of knowing what action or plan is to be taken and identifying the expected results.  This plan provides a set of directions so that making the decision will not be as complicated as when the goal is just being considered.

It should be SPECIFIC.  It is better to accomplish one goal at a time rather than thinking of several different plans at one time.  A single objective cannot be derived if there are two or more results expected.  What’s important is that there is a need to clarify what is to be achieved and should have your full attention.    

It should be MEASURABLE.  A lot of things that are not tangible are hard to measure and there are things that are really measurable for the mere fact that it includes numbers or ratings.  Take the service crews for example, it is hard to measure how the service was delivered but if the number of complaints is counted then there is a specific number that can be used to rate the effectiveness of the service.

It should be ATTAINABLE.  The resources available give information on how an objective can be attained.  This must be something that is derived from fact and very realistic.  It could be that a certain objective is indeed realistic but the time frame to reap the result may not be.  It is better to say objectives that can be factual for this promotes motivation rather than an objective taken from belief as this may cause unexpected failure and feeling of discouragement.

It should be RESULT-ORIENTED.  An objective should be stated clearly so that the expectation is clear.  Focus on the end result as this will be the guide whether or not the objective to reach the goal is effective and meaningful.  Is this objective going to help an individual grow or succeed?  Will it be beneficial to all concerned?  Once the success has been attained and all the plans were completed then it is a success.

To sum it all up, develop an objective that is easily measured, can be attained, with a limited time, this will help in determining if the objective is realistic enough, meaningful, and proven to be worthwhile to everyone involved.

A successful objective helps motivate the individual or the group involved toward greater achievements.

Tip #5:
 Prepare for interviews

Prepare and practice for an interview.  After the date and venue has been set, allow time for enough preparation for the big day.  Remember that first impressions do last, so the way an applicant look really does matter.  Employers could easily give the verdict based on the manner of dressing during the initial interview.  

Better questions and service can be received if the appearance itself commands respect.  It is important to consider the surroundings of the company granting you an interview.  There is no reason to be over dressed or poorly dressed during this very significant day.  In fact, it is a good rule of thumb to always dress appropriately for any situation.  All to often appearance is glossed over.  Some might say that the inner characteristics of the person matter more, but in reality, you only have one opportunity for a first impression.  Make it count!

Although there are specific guidelines that can be followed, these does not apply to all states like New York for example, where people wear trendy up to extreme styles that are far away from the usual fashion rules common people know.  The rule of thumb should be to wear something that could boost more confidence.

Tip #6:
Follow Up

It is extremely important to follow up on all contacts. It is not good to just sit and wait for results to come pouring in when you think that you've already done your part because your contact information has been distributed.

Consider two men applying for a prime position at a company. After the interview, the first applicant just sits around waiting to hear from his prospective employer.

On the other hand, the second applicant distributes his contact information to some people that he met in the company. Furthermore, applicant number two does a follow-up on the results of the job interview a few days later. The first applicant has not been heard from, because he just relies on the basic "We'll call you" routine. Who do you think will have a greater chance of getting the job?

Even though the first applicant is more qualified, since he did not follow up or even send a thank you note to the interviewer, in the end, he does not get the job.

If you are still waiting for that job offer and you do not follow up on your contacts, your chances of getting hired become slimmer. In business, following up on all of your contacts is a sure-fire way to spread the word about you, your business sense and expanding your horizons.
 
Tip  #7:
Think Outside the Box

Thinking out of the Box or usually known as creative thinking seeks to design new and really creative arrangement of elements to produce a work of art.  Being an out of the box thinker can be a rewarding profession.  This is dangerous, but it could be one of your strengths in no time.  If the herd is going to the right, you go the other way.

Remember that you could be genius in your own way.  Your thoughts come from deep reaches and these totally different ideas are clever enough to make a difference in the end.  

Being creative and out of the box is wild sometimes, but could move you through growth and self-development.  You'll be surprised at how easy and differently it will be for you to fix and try to solve things away from the tried-and-true habits.  Let your thinking out of the old box be your guide to a new and better, wonderful approach to life.

Results Are Everything

With the third quarter just under way, I wanted to 
share a few thoughts that impact your results and 
overall performance.

The year is now 50% complete.

If you had ambitions of making $250,000 this year,
you should NOW have $125,000 in the bag.

If you set a goal of paying down $20,000 in debt,
you should be $10,000 lighter by now.

If you started the year overweight and determined 
to lose 30 pounds, you should have dropped 15 pounds
by this date.

Are you on track with any of your goals or resolutions?

Have you surpassed your expectations?

Are you even close?

There is only ONE reason for under performance and...

IT'S YOUR OWN FAULT

Your year-to-date results aren't dependent upon your
background, your company, your spouse, the economy,
the latest bestseller on the self-help charts, or who's
sitting in the Oval Office.

Your results ARE dependent upon, one thing...YOU and
your ability to deliver, and right now you have NOT 
delivered the goods.

It's time to shine a flashlight to your soul, acknowledge
that your current strategies are NOT working, and wake
up to the fact that if you continue along this line of 
behavior that your future is in serious jeopardy.

Your year-to-date results speak for themselves. You've had
a full 6 MONTHS, which in anyone's book is more than enough
time to perform, to display your talents, and to show the
world how good you really are.

ANSWER THIS QUESTION

If you've gotten this far and can acknowledge that your results
are not worth bragging about and that you are capable of being,
doing and having so much more, then what are you going to do
differently to redeem yourself and ensure bigger, better results
in the THIRD QUARTER?

YOU cannot possibly believe that if you keep on doing things
just as you've been that your results will somehow turnaround
and improve.

As mentioned, your future is in serious jeopardy if you do not 
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P.S. The third quarter is already in play, and you are about to 
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Monday, July 6, 2015

Looking for a student with skills in project managment and german language

Hi,
 
Hope life is treating you well!
 
I wanted to share opportunity that I have come across recently and was wondering if you might be interested to work, or refer potential candidate in your circle.
 
Well the opportunity is related to Project Management Job, and confined to German Speakers only.
 
The selected candidate will be paid daily fee for its services and had to report parent company.
 
Further details will be shared with the interested candidates.
 
Let me know if this opportunity excites you, so I can share further details with you.
 
Regards, 
T.