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Inappropriate Questions Interviewers Need To Avoid (Part 1)

Posted by Thanh Le on Apr 27, 2015 3:08:00 PM

Interviews plays one of the most vital stage of employment process. Therefore, a lot of caution needs exercising. The main role of interviewers is to identify and select the best person for the position on the base of principles of non-discrimination and affirmative action. The following suggestions of changing inappropriate questions into more appropriate ones will help you approach the subject you want to involve your candidates.

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Topics: right hiring, recruiting, hiring

5 Big mistakes recruiters should avoid

Posted by Thanh Le on Apr 21, 2015 11:38:00 AM

Mining the Internet for candidates is certainly one method recruiters use. However, the process that is used to filter potentials is where there are 5 common mistakes recruiters ought to avoid.

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16 Personalities of MBTI and Career Opportunities

Posted by Thanh Le on Apr 17, 2015 10:20:00 AM

The theory of psychological types was introduced in the 1920s by Carl G. Jung. The MBTI tool was developed in the 1940s by Isabel Briggs Myers and the original research was done in the 1940s and '50s. The essence of the theory is developed on the basis of random variation in behaviour which, through studies and research, is proven to be actually consistent.

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Which Career pie for Ambiverts?

Posted by Thanh Le on Apr 16, 2015 9:43:00 AM

Studies have found out that 40% of us tend to be introverts while extroverts count for the remaining 60%. Although, people at the extremes of introverts and extroverts are not that many, it’s also hard to specify the proportion of those who stand somewhere in the middle. Many of us lean one way or the other, but there are some who are quite balanced between the two tendencies. These people are called ambiverts.

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6 Career Fields For Introverts And Extroverts

Posted by Thanh Le on Apr 9, 2015 11:38:00 AM

The image of introverts and extroverts has been commonly defined in our minds. Extroverts tend to be outgoing while those who are shy and reserved are described as introverts. Is this really true?

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Career Orientation Instruction Manual

Posted by Thanh Le on Apr 7, 2015 2:47:00 PM

I doubt you’d operate a highly complex machine without an instruction manual. So wouldn’t it be useful if there was an instruction manual to help with your own career orientation that tells you who you really are and thus can align you with what you should really do? Thankfully, there are a wide range of career orientation tools available online from simple multiple-choice tests to comprehensive assessments to help you discover who you really are as well as what career paths you ought to consider as they fit you better than others.

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Topics: career orientation, ability, strength, goal, success, manual, instruction, talent, job, understand yourself

Common misconceptions to avoid during career self-orientation

Posted by Thanh Le on Apr 1, 2015 4:20:00 PM

Career orientation is an important phase of your life. It is said that you shape your destiny the moment you make decisions. Therefore, a serious consideration would always be appreciated in order to avoid wasting time and creating regret. In other words, there are misconceptions that you need to avoid during career self-orientation.

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Take The Wheel To Career Wonderland

Posted by Thanh Le on Mar 31, 2015 9:55:00 AM

If your career is a journey, are you going the right way?

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Topics: career orientation, direction, talents, dicover yourelf, wonderland

7 Types of intelligences and career opportunity

Posted by Thanh Le on Mar 31, 2015 9:32:00 AM

For many years, Dr. Howard Gardner of Harvard University has conducted research on what are considered ‘intelligences’ and many people accept his theory. There are at least 7 types of intelligence, based on which people are acknowledged with job types that match them. This theory has a positive effect on societal awareness as it supports the diversity of talent and encourages people to seek for jobs that best fit them.

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Ikigai Or What Brings Out The Motivation In You

Posted by Thanh Le on Mar 30, 2015 8:48:00 AM

Nearly isolated from the rest of the world, the island country called Japan turns out to have interesting different concepts from that of the continents. One of them is known as “Ikigai”, or simply ‘life purpose’. Close enough to the translation, Ikigai is about how you orient not just your career but your life.

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