Blog Spotter Seven

by Richard , updated on September 10, 2012

I know you thought Blogspotter had disappeared but fear not!  Here’s what I’ve found for you that’s funny, interesting and clever in the Careers, HR and Recruitment blogosphere.

Often it’s the little things that go so wrong in an interview.  And they can be too numerous to count. The 7 Deadly Job Interview Sins by Donna Fuscaldo at The Savvy Intern might just help you to avoid doing or saying some of the wrong things. And in this extremely competitive and tight job market it might just give you the edge you need.

When it’s time to separate from your military service, how in the world do you translate all your military skills into a civilian resume? Not to fear my patriotic heroes, How to Rewrite Your Military Resume for Civilian Jobs has it all right here and some of the tips are just as relevant for us civilians too!

InterviewIQ has always been an advocate of Employee Attachment theory but we realise that it’s also up to the employee to fit in as well. Over at The Wall Street Journal, Ruth Mantell wants you to know Why Co-Workers Don’t Like You. Read this revealing article and check-yourself-before-you-wreck-yourself on the job.

Negotiating your salary can be an intense experience! Read Afraid to Negotiate? 6 Steps to Getting the Salary You Deserve by Barbara Mannino at Fox Business and you’ll see how being afraid to negotiate can get you less salary and effect your future development. “You don’t get what you don’t ask for” has never been truer!

I’ve saved the best for last with this Funny Job Interview, because sometimes if we don’t laugh we’ll cry!


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Undercover Recruiter (@UndercoverRec) (@UndercoverRec) May 23, 2012 at 10:23 pm

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