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Nick Corcodilos
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If you think you can get more money by pointing out that another company has made you a better offer, then use that as leverage. Don't fall for the double standard.
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Totally agree with you, Nick.


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How do you go about communicating your value to an employer -- after your job interview -- without risking going too far?
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Such ridiculous screening practices tell you a lot about an employer and what it would be like to work there. Smarter companies are coming to realize how this kind of nonsense reflects on them.
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Has an employer ever misled you with a job offer that was no job offer at all? Ever quit your old job to take a new job that... disappeared? Was it the employer's fault entirely... or did you jump the gun without having the offer in writing?
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How many people are willing to pay the price of growing up? I think our nervous-nelly society is too quick to deprive our kids of the chance to learn the price of success.
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Job hunting has changed because people have been seduced by the idea that you can apply for 400 jobs instantly by clicking your keyboard and zapping your resume to 400 companies on some dopey jobs site on the Internet. But we all know how that works.
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What happens when you tell an employer to pound sand when it demands your salary history?
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You know the drill. A networker sends you an e-mail citing your "mutual connections," asks you to play career coach and to explain how your company is organized, wants suggestions about getting a job there - and puts you on notice that they will call you in 3 days. The time-suck begins.
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Think about the presentation a consultant makes to win your business. It's loaded with info about your business, and specific plans and proposals to improve it. Why should you expect any less from a person you're going to hire full-time with benefits?
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Maybe, if more people would take the lead in their performance reviews with their bosses, these meetings would change for the better.
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Does your company deliver steak, or sizzle? In today's world, where big data and analytics drive marketing, some companies forget what customers are really buying. It ain't sizzle.
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Do crank recruiters waste your time? If you want to lure calls from the best headhunters, then you must use the right bait. This isn’t easy and it’s not for everyone. (Headhunters don’t want everyone.) + DISCOUNT CODE
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The new facility is a marvel -- but what makes HHAH wonderful is the doctors and staff. You and your pet are treated with respect and real care, and a visit will take "as long as it needs to be." There's no rush, no sense that you're just a customer. You're a patient that they care about. Does your own doctor call you after a visit to check on you? The docs at HHAH do. Kudos to the docs and staff for keeping our pets healthy. We've been patients for almost 20 years and recommend HHAH highly.
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