If you aren’t prepared to handle these unreasonable demands, you’re likely to say “Yes!” and agree to something you shouldn’t.
That’s a problem for three reasons:
1. When you say “Yes, I’ll gladly oblige your unreasonable request” you train the organization to mistreat you further. They won’t stop until you say “Enough!”
2. When you give up your power during the hiring process, you also give up your negotiating leverage if they make you a job offer. Read More.
The jobs including full-time, part-time positions and those flexible shifts work well for those between jobs, students, working parents or others who want to earn extra cash this holiday. Looking to try something new? Look no further. Read More.
As far as holiday traditions go, one employment practice is nearly as familiar as gift-giving and overeating: Companies always have seasonal jobs available to satisfy swelling crowds of customers.
These temporary jobs, typically lasting from a couple of weeks to a couple of months, can be a great way for you to check out the industry and test-drive the position. And if you play your cards right, you may be able to parlay that seasonal gig into a permanent job. Read More.
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Step 1 in the Ready To Work NJ Program – Job Readiness Workshops!
Improve your chances of getting a new job and complete the first step after registering (and being accepted) by taking advantage of the Ready To Work NJ 2 Day Workshop! These 2 day workshops help with resume & cover letter writing, interviewing techniques, networking & social media tips.
Upcoming workshops are scheduled at:
- Passaic CC (Wanaque Campus) – Oct. 23 & 26 – Contact Jaci Teune
- Essex CC – Oct. 25 & 27 – Contact Monica Rock
- Middlesex CC – Oct. 25 & 26 – Contact John Radvany
- Brookdale CC – Oct.27 & 28 — Contact John Radvany
Candidates may also receive a phone call from the participating Colleges. Note: if email link doesn’t work, please use the first initial last name @ njworkforce.org to send an email.