Posts Tagged: Anchorage recruiters

What to Put in the Job Offer Letter

After your company has made an offer to a job candidate, the next step is usually sending the person a formal offer in a letter. This is the last step in the hiring process, and there are several things that need to be included in the letter. Human resource experts say that companies should make… Read More »

Asking the Right Questions

During the interview process, career experts all counsel that the person being interviewed needs to ask questions about the job they are applying for and about the company. Not doing so gives the hiring manager the impression that you aren’t really interested in the job. Asking questions also gives the candidate the opportunity to show… Read More »

Tips to Get the Job You Want

It seems that as the Internet has grown, so has the number of web sites and other portals offering job hunters foolproof advice for finding a job. The job market is in a constant state of flux, and so advice that may have applied in the recent past may now be considered obsolete. So, in… Read More »

Energizing Employee Engagement

 Recent studies have shown that only about 30 percent of employees are really engaged with their work. That means the other 70 percent either don’t care about their work and are simply going through the motions or are downright mad about their work environment. Companies realize the importance of having an engaged workforce. Companies with… Read More »

Acing the Job Interview

There is a lot of advice out there on how to do well at a job interview. But, because of the changing nature of workplaces, the needs of employers, and the workforce itself, some of the advice is a little shopworn, confusing and sometimes contradictory. What career experts advise is that you need to help… Read More »

Sprucing Up Your Skills

In today’s business climate, self-improvement is no longer optional. We need to be continually improving if we want to make ourselves marketable to employers or if we want to get ahead in our career. Acquiring new skills is essential. So, we know what we need to do, but what is the best way to go… Read More »

When You Lack the Experience for Your Dream Job…

It’s the decades-old conundrum: you need a job but you don’t have a lot of experience and employers want to hire people with experience! So what can you do? Read below for some tips on how to boost your resume when you don’t have a lot of professional experience behind you. Volunteer! If you can’t… Read More »

Interview Styles

Having a lot of good candidates to choose from for a job opening is an enviable position for any business to be in. But the flip side is that it becomes much more difficult to sort through them to find the best. In this case, the traditional interview may not be as helpful as you… Read More »

Learning about a Possible Employer

As you prepare for a job interview, your focus is on answering the employer’s questions, selling your knowledge and skills, as it should be. But it is important to remember that a job interview is a two-way street.  You need to make sure that this is a place where you want to work, a place… Read More »

New Ways to Keep Talent

Now that the economy is picking up steam, more employees are looking at other job opportunities. Replacing a top performer can be difficult, so what can you do to keep your top talent?  You may be wondering if there are any innovative ways of keeping your talent, especially on a tight budget. It’s good to… Read More »