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Giving Thanks… How do you follow up after the interview?

We’ve all been there… you just finished an interview for your dream job. Your confidence is high, the conversation went well, and you feel so close to closing the job. The hard part is over, but the process isn’t quite complete. It’s time to follow up with your interviewer, but what’s the best way to convey your message? Here are some tips on getting back in touch after the interview.

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Get Noticed for your Dream Job on LinkedIn

By – Molly (Sollenberger) Zizzi – Client Relations Specialist at JFC Global

By now, everyone knows a professional photograph is one of the key elements to creating a better LinkedIn profile. In fact, LinkedIn research shows that simply by adding a picture, your profile is 14 times more likely to be viewed by others.

… but don’t stop there!

Recruiters, headhunters, and sourcers don’t find fitting candidates by searching an image. We take a much more targeted approach.

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5 Steps to an Effective Recruiter Relationship

Published on August 1, 2019

By – Molly (Sollenberger) Zizzi – Client Relations Specialist at JFC Global

The job market is much more different now than it used to be, so my goal here is to help you take steps towards building a relationship with a recruiter whether you’re in an active job search or not. Recruiters do not exist solely to fill open jobs, or at least that’s not how we see it at JFC Global; we are career advisers.

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Maximizing a Career Fair

In the tight labor market we’re currently experiencing, many times, the best way to gain more applicants isn’t social media or other online options.  It’s the good, old fashioned, meet them in person approach.  One way to consider getting your company in front of candidates is participating in career fairs.  Career fairs are an excellent way to interact with a diverse talent pool and pre-qualify potential candidates.

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Dress to Impress

You may have heard that first impressions are important, but do you know how much time you have to make one?  Seven seconds; within the first seven seconds of meeting someone, they will have formed a solid impression of who you are.  

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Making Your Company an Employer of Choice

With unemployment rates the lowest since 1969 and the official unemployment rate at or below 4 percent for more than a year, attracting the best talent to your company can be a challenge.  Not being clear about how and where to find the best employees can lead to high turnover and wasted resources.

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Why Work with a Recruiter?

Your recruiter will have constant, open conversations with you about what you are learning through your job search and what they know about the current job market.  Your recruiter  will take proactive efforts to promote your skills while you continue your job search too.  It’s a combined effort with you and your recruiter both working to find you the position you’re looking for. 

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