August 18, 2014

10 Things You Need to Do In Your Job Search

Ten Things You Need to Do In Your Job Search

Ten Things You Need to Do In Your Job SearchDo you find yourself looking for a new career opportunity? Has it been a while? Here are ten things you should do in your job search.

1. Set aside time every day to perform your job searching activities.

An active job search requires dedication. How much time will it take? That depends on your situation and your motivation. If you are working, it may be only 30-60 minutes per day; if you are out of work and are motivated to find a job soon, then you should consider your job search a full-time activity.

2. Do Some Self-Assessment.

Take a good hard look at yourself. What are your best attributes? What are your least developed ones? Where do you excel? What do you bring to the table? What are you accomplishments?  Quantify these. This exercise is imperative for re-vamping your resume and preparing for interviews, but more importantly this type of self-assessment should allow you to take a fresh look at the kind of work and industries that you want to pursue. (more…)

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June 30, 2014

Empowering Employees With Technology

Empowering Employees With Technology

Technology is an integral part of life in the workplace, and integrating the right technology for your employees can lead to better productivity and morale. A study by the Society of Human Resource Management found that 27 percent of employees found networking to be very important to their job satisfaction. This study also suggests a link between improvements in technology and networking. Bearing this in mind, here are ways that your employees can be empowered and your workplace improved by technological developments. (more…)

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October 14, 2013

Market Yourself by Creating Your Image and Telling Your Story

Market Yourself by Creating Your Image and Telling Your Story

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Anna Mathieu, Marketing Communications

By Anna Mathieu, Marketing Communications Manager, Redfish Technology
 

As you start circulating your resume around for companies to see, keep in mind almost 40 percent of employers now search social networks when screening applicants, writes Forbes. Another 34 percent said they passed on a candidate because of content they found on the social media sites. These stats say you need to create an image, and be in control of it. Otherwise, the image people find of you online may not be the one you want.

 

Decide What Image You Want to Portray

 

The three questions to understanding the image you want, according to the Daily Muse in Forbes, include:

  • How do you affect the people around you?
  • Who benefits from what you do?
  • What actions do you take to generate that benefit? (more…)
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June 17, 2013

High Employee Turnover Equals High Costs. Can You Afford to Ignore Your Online Reputation?

High Employee Turnover Equals High Costs

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Can You Afford to Ignore Your Online Reputation?

By Robert Teal, CCP, CBP

In today’s environment of ubiquitous social media, job seekers have unprecedented access to information about an organization’s workforce stability, turnover, and culture. As much as an out-of-work employee may need and want a job, many talented workers shy away from an employer with a poor workforce reputation.

Paul Shread, writing for Time’s Business and Money on March 01, 2013, stated, “Want to hire great employees and keep them happy? Make sure you have a good social media reputation.” (more…)

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March 14, 2013

Recruiters Square Off to Settle the Redfish Office Squabble Once and For All in “The Run Off”

Recruiters Square Off to Settle the Redfish Office Squabble Once and For All in “The Run Off”

The Run Off - One Recruiter Will Be Left Standing

The Run Off – One Recruiter Will Be Left Standing

Win a $100 Starbucks Gift Certificate

 

Eight days from today, the recruiters at Redfish will settle the office squabble once and for all. The Redfish debate “Who Can Run Farther” will be settled in “The Run Off”. Play on Redfish’s Facebook page to enter drawing for a $100 Starbucks gift certificate.

 

Office squabbles are common-place enough, but at Redfish Technology the squabblers are taking it to the street. In an all-out race to the finish, Greg Schreiner and Logan Knight, IT Recruiters, will face off to settle the question of who can run farther once and for all in “The Run Off” on March 22. The last man running will earn eternal bragging rights.

 

You can win! As the recruiters at Redfish Technology prepare a race to the finish, the public is invited to participate – the lucky winner will receive a $100 Starbucks gift certificate. (more…)

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