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How to Prepare for an Online Interview

October 15, 2013 in Career and Job Search Tips, Interview Tips

 

In part seven of our interview series, we share tips on how to prepare for an online interview.  More and more, organizations are using real-time technology such as Skype to screen candidates and conduct initial interviews.  Online interviews deliver several benefits, allowing interviewers to “meet” candidates without incurring substantial travel expenses. For candidates like you, […]

 

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How to Prepare for an Interview

October 1, 2013 in Career and Job Search Tips, Interview Tips

 

In part four of our interview series, we provide pointers on how to prepare for an interview. The purpose of thorough interview preparation is to have the best possible shot at getting the job offer. The Basics Check out the client’s website. Dress your best; announce yourself five minutes early; make a strong opening (good […]

 

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The Virtual Office

August 5, 2013 in Career and Job Search Tips, Food & Beverage Industry Information, HR Best Practices

 

The virtual office idea came from a combination of technological innovation and the Information Age. It’s concept is an evolution of the executive suite, that posh area on the top floor of premier real estate where the CEO and other top company leaders have offices. However, the inflexibility and cost of an executive suite lease doesn’t work for many business models and […]

 

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Have You Ever Experienced the Dreaded Panel Interview from a Potential Food & Beverage Employer?

June 3, 2013 in Career and Job Search Tips, Interview Tips

 

The good news?  You’ve been called in for an interview. The bad news?  It’s the dreaded panel interview. Fielding questions from not one, but an entire team of interviewers is enough to put even the most stalwart candidate’s stomach in knots.  After all, whether or not you land the position will depend largely upon how […]

 

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The Literal Career Move: What You Should Expect in an Executive Food & Beverage Relocation Package (Part 1)

April 10, 2013 in Career and Job Search Tips

 

You’ve been offered a position with a new food & beverage employer.  The job has everything you’re looking for: more money, greater responsibility and a better potential for advancement. It also requires you to relocate. The employer has offered you a relocation package – but is it enough? Before you decide, you must first consider […]

 

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Walking Through Fire: Tips for Handling a Counter Offer from your Food & Beverage Employer the RIGHT Way

April 3, 2013 in Career and Job Search Tips

 

Receiving a counter offer from your food & beverage employer is flattering.  And tempting.  Watching your boss scramble to keep you in the fold by offering more money and/or responsibility certainly sounds like a good deal – but is it really the right choice? Probably not.  Here’s why: Your reputation with your boss may be […]

 

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Your Political Balance Sheet

October 8, 2012 in Career and Job Search Tips

 

How is a run for the White House like your quest for career development? To succeed in either endeavor, you need the right people in your corner. When it comes to furthering your food & beverage career, having the right mentors, sponsors and advocates on your side can mean the difference between stagnation and success: […]

 

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