33 results for author: Ann Zaslow-Rethaber


5 Surefire Ways to Win Any Negotiation

Based on psychological research, here are some tips to get you what you want!
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Modern Day Challenges Faced by Women Entrepreneurs

Finding success in today’s competitive world as an entrepreneur is hard; a fact made even harder for women entrepreneurs looking to start their own business. Being no stranger to overcoming challenges, many women across the states have established their ...
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How Should I Respond to Salary Expectations Questions?

How should I respond to salary expectations questions on online applications and when recruiters ask? I am a firm believer in the adage of, "Let them fall in love first, BEFORE you tell the what kind of ring you need." Smart candidates make career moves ...
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What Do I Need to Know Before a Phone Interview With a Recruiter?

What suggestions do you have for job seekers who are preparing for a phone interview with a recruiter?  Preparing for a phone interview is essentially the same as preparing for a live meeting, with a few key differences. By its very nature, occasiona...
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Should Out-of-State Candidates Even Apply?

Is being an out-of-state candidate an obstacle when applying for an executive-level position? Generally, the higher up the executive ladder you are, the less important geographic location is, for a couple of reasons. For managers with nationwide ...
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Should I Make a Video Resume?

I'm hearing that some executives are making short videos to serve as a type of video resume and to explain who they are and what they would bring to an employer. What are your thoughts on videos like this? Personally, I think the chances of having a ...
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How Do You Recommend an Older Job Seeker (55+) Approach a Job Search?

How do you recommend an older job seeker (55+) approach a job search? What are the things specific to this group that needs to be done/kept in mind? What type of companies should they pursue, and how should they pursue them? In addition to all the basics ...
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Let Them Fall in Love FIRST, Then Tell What Kind of Ring You Need!

Interview hints from a recruiting pro …the Dos, the Don’ts, and the Don’t Even Think About Its! As a job seeker, it can be exciting yet daunting when you get a call from one of the companies on the top of your list to set up a job interview with ...
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The Business Case for Gender Diversity in the Workplace

With the arrival of International Women's Day today, companies and individuals worldwide will be reviewing gender parity, progress, and future projections for women in the workplace. The positive benefits of a gender diverse workforce have created a solid ...
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Thought-Provoking Interview Questions Guaranteed to Provide Valuable Insights

In order to gather the information you need when assessing applicants, it is critical to ask the right questions. In order to get the truest, broadest picture of your potential applicant, ISC has provided this list of six compelling questions that should ...
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What Do I Tell Interviewers About the Illness That Stalled My Job Search?

I recently signed up with ExecuNet to seek assistance with my job search. I left my position in mid-November and two weeks later I was diagnosed with cancer and required an operation. I am fine now but needed a couple of months to recover before starting ...
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10 Tips to Increase Your YES Rate

In every executives heart of hearts, there is always a "Dream Team," a list of highly qualified individuals that he or she would love to have on their team. One would assume that when introduced, those candidates and those hiring managers would be a match ...
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