Glassdoor’s annual list of the Top 25 Companies for Career Opportunities has just been published. It is based on the reviews and ratings of Glassdoor’s 10 million members, these 25 companies rank highest for career advancement.
Day/Date: Wednesdays (starts November 2 and runs through December 28)
Time: 12:30 PM Pacific (1 Hour)
Attendees will learn how to use ReferenceUSA as part of their Career Searching Strategy. Included will be information on the importance of having accurate information for applications and resumes, creating engaging cover letters, assembling a network of references and referrers, finding key persons at a business to act as mentors, building datasets of potential employers based on skill set, work history and preferences as well as how to prepare for interviews and interactions through thorough research.
To register for any of the session dates, go to Uncover the Hidden Job Market and choose a Wednesday to attend.
Glassdoor’s annual list of 50 Best Places to Work is now available. What makes this list unique is that it’s the “Employees’ Choice” of workplace awards – the winners were selected by the 150,000+ employees that completed a company review on Glassdoor during 2010.
Glassdoor can be found on the library’s website under Search by Topic – Careers & Education.
Yes, I know… another New Year’s resolution post, but sometimes a book is a great way to make that resolution last (at least until March). Here are some great titles from our eMedia Catalog to motivate you in all aspects of your life:
Diet & Exercise:
Business & Career:
What are your New Year’s resolutions? Are there any books that are helping you stay on track?
Starting this month we have a four part series of workshops to get your started with job hunting online. We cover everything from filling out an online job application, developing a resume, and posting a resume to an online job application.
Make your reservation online today! Seating is limited. Visit our Events and Galleries list of workshops – Looking for a Job and reserve your seat.
- New Year, New Ways to Job Hunt Online (abcnews.go.com)