Do you want to make a difference in someone’s life TODAY?
If you know someone who is between jobs, you can do just that.
I rarely (never?) promote something we are doing at WorkMatters on this Blog. But today, it’s imperative.
If you are located in northwest Arkansas, The Joseph Project is hosting FIVE HR leaders this Wednesday to answer the difficult, always wanted to ask questions of those looking for their next great job. The details are here and on our website. Make the effort to ensure that you or your friend attend this session!
Join us from 8:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
John Brown University Rogers Center
New Member Orientation:
If you are new to The Joseph Project, please join us for a 30 minute orientation from 8:30am-9:00am. You’ll gain valuable information about our mission and vision from the leaders of our organization.
October 13, 2010
Panel Discussion: “Tricks of the HR Trade”
On the Panel:
Kris DeLano: Human Resources Director for Marshalltown Company
Denise Cate: Senior Vice President/Human Resources Manager, Arvest Bank
Rhonda Houser: Human Resources Manager, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art
Carol Jones: Personnel Manager of Employment Services, University of Arkansas
Debbie Wheeler: HR Generalist, McKee Foods Corporation
Here’s a sneak peak at some questions that will be answered:
At what point will you need to explain a “gap” in your employment?
If you were “fired” from a job, should you avoid talking about it or should you mention it?
What are the best ways to respond when told that I am “overqualified?”
What is the secret for getting my resume noticed and searchable on line? What can I do to get noticed by a potential employer? How can I get my “foot in the door”?