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IMPORTANCE OF THE NETWORK
The saying goes, “It is not what you know but who knows.” You never know who will have the power to give your dream job.
Networking is a lifelong process that can involve using business contacts, friends, or family members to provide job search advice and information. Your network could range anywhere from close associates all the way up to professional connections you have met before in your life.
Research and what it shows
When you have a network, it’s easy to find jobs for those who are qualified. In many cases, these uninvited positions might be made available through personal contacts and family members which can lead them to find the right position even without spending hours on Google or other job sites looking hopelessly lost in an endless sea of potential employers’ profiles.
Find as many contacts as possible
If you are a small business owner, it is important to find someone trustworthy. Eliminate any worries of finding the right applicant by interviewing your current employees or referrals so that all speculation can be put behind them and get back into running smoothly without wasting time on applications when there’s no need.
Who are you connected with?
Under ideal conditions, you want to make connections in all kinds of industries and companies related to your industry. You can also join a professional association which will help with contacts for sure! Stay connected by following professors; employers; interns; former classmates – it never hurts jumping back into school or work-related networks once in a while if nothing else does the trick.
Prepare a script
If you want to connect with the network properly, then be prepared and do it. To get started create a script that explains who I am and what kind of service or help we’re looking for in this situation:
One way would be by starting off like so: “I’m (name) from XYZ company,” followed by some information about our business such as how many employees work here etcetera.” You could go even further than just saying ‘We’ if there were specific individuals involved too- maybe add something along these lines at the beginning instead?
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When you start to gather all of the information for a new job, or one where your previous employer is looking at other work histories besides just what’s on their resume consider not only putting in place tasks but also providing more than one list.
This will help ensure that no matter how great someone finds something else about them they might want to be taken into account when considering taking on another employee because there is never too much evidentiary material available even if it seems like overkill – especially with things being so electronically minded these days.
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If you’re a worker in the temporary economy, then it may be time for unpaid work. Whether that’s writing or photographing and project management – workers provide services within their company as well at different times when needed most; all while being compensated with no pay.
The spirit of the entrepreneur
If you are trying to re-enter the industry that has been your home for many years, be sure not only to provide a list of what is most relevant such as work experience and education but also mention any changes in employer or field which may make this new opportunity different from old positions.
Include information on how time management skills can help an individual succeed with self-employment because it will require them to work outside traditional hours more often than not.
You can take training as a way to enter the career field of your choice, and this is an opportunity for those without college degrees. Include any workshops or events attended in order to show that you’re serious about getting involved with work opportunities.
Volunteering at your local church or homeless shelter can be a great way to show that you’re more than just an employee. Hanging out in the community and giving back not only makes for good publicity but also helps people who need help find jobs they’ll love.
It is important to remember that your presentation should reflect what makes you unique, the skills and experiences in which make up who are or could become a successful professional.
So, what can you do to start networking? Well, it’s a lifelong process that involves using business contacts, friends, and family members to provide job search advice and information. Your network could range anywhere from close associates all the way up to professional connections you have met before in your life. Want more info on ACSP jobs or how we can help with your search for an ACSP position? Contact us today.