Salary Transparency in Job Posts Makes Recruiting More Efficient

May 10, 2019 | Tri-Valley Career Center
Listing salaries in job postings has long been an area of contention between employers and job seekers. As an employer you might feel that not revealing salaries up front gives you more flexibility in considering a wider range of candidates. However, more employers are realizing that salary transparency in their job posts can actually make their recruiting process more effective and efficient.

2020-05-12T20:19:29-07:00May 10, 2019|Employers, Hiring, LinkedIn|0 Comments

How to Write a Great LinkedIn Recommendation

April 10, 2019 | Tri-Valley Career Center
One of the best ways to get a recommendation on LinkedIn is to offer to write one in return. You have probably worked with others over the years who you would be happy to recommend, and the LinkedIn Recommendations feature provides a perfect forum to endorse others. The challenge for most of us is finding the right words that will honestly express your feelings about the person in a clear and concise way.

2020-05-12T20:23:08-07:00April 10, 2019|Hiring, Job Seekers, LinkedIn, Networking|0 Comments

LinkedIn Recommendations are an Important Job Search Tool

April 10, 2019 | Tri-Valley Career Center
We live in a networked world in which relationships and reputations matter. Since a high percentage of recruiters and employers read LinkedIn profiles to evaluate candidates, LinkedIn recommendations are an important feature that can enhance your reputation and boost your chances of getting a job. LinkedIn recommendations validate your reputation based on endorsements from people who know you and have seen your work in action.

2020-05-12T20:28:41-07:00April 10, 2019|Hiring, Job Seekers, LinkedIn, Networking|0 Comments

Write Job Descriptions that Job Seekers Will Actually Read

March 10, 2019 | Tri-Valley Career Center
Your organization probably spends a good amount of time and energy crafting job descriptions that accurately reflect your open positions and hopefully attract high quality applicants. Unfortunately, many candidates are likely ignoring large sections of your job descriptions and focusing on only a few key details. They’re looking at the job title and a few key bullet points, and then deciding if the job is just enough of a fit before applying

2020-05-12T21:53:43-07:00March 10, 2019|Employers, Hiring, LinkedIn, Recruiting|0 Comments

Leveraging LinkedIn Could Open the Door to Your Next Job

February 14, 2019 | Tri-Valley Career Center
If you aren’t using LinkedIn as part of your job search and career development strategy, now is the time to begin. With nearly 600 million members and 30 million companies in over 200 countries (as of the first quarter of 2018), LinkedIn is the leading social network for hiring by a very wide margin.

Make the Most of Social Media to Boost your Job Search and Career

December 14, 2018 | Tri-Valley Career Center
You are probably well aware of how social media can help your job search and career, but maximizing your use of social media may be even more important than you think. Brook Torres, Social Media and Community Manager at The Muse, urges job seekers not to underestimate the power of your social media profiles to help you land your next job.

2020-05-12T21:24:32-07:00December 14, 2018|Hiring, Job Seekers, LinkedIn|0 Comments
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