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Does Experience Predict a New Hire’s Success?

Chad H. Van Iddekinge of Florida State University and his colleagues did an investigation on the relations between an employee’s prior work experience and his or her performance in a new organization by reviewing 81 studies. The studies revealed that the two variables have no significant correlation. It is also said that even though people[...]
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Unemployed? 10 Ways to Fight Depression in Your Job Search

Job loss and unemployment hit their victims hard. When people lose their jobs, they also lose a significant component of their identity, along with their daily routines and financial security. Job loss and unemployment upend people’s feelings of self-worth, comfort, security and personal control. “In the current economic environment, job loss is a serious trauma,” says[...]
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How to Prepare for a Behavioral Job Interview

What is a behavioral interview? Candidates for employment often ask what the difference is between a regular job interview and a behavioral interview. What should you do to get ready if the employer is going to ask you behavioral based interview questions? There isn’t a difference in the actual format of the job interview. You will[...]
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Things to do Immediately After a Job Interview

When it comes to impressing a potential employer, performing well during the interview is only half the battle. In fact, bestselling management author Suzy Welch said that it’s actually what you do after an interview that can “make or break your chances of getting an offer.” Below, she shares the steps that every candidate should take within 12[...]
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