References, Recruiters and Supporters: What You Need to Know
What you'll learn
- Job seekers find the right supporters, references and working with recruiters
- How Social Media can affect your hiring process.
- Understand the importance of references and a few strategies to help with the process.
- This session provides a perspective on what recruiters can and cannot do for you.
- For the greatest success, complete all of the Job Search Solution courses
- Taking the Job Search Solution Courses
References- The Silent Killers.
People don't expect that the wrong references and the social media aspect can be detrimental to a getting a job interview and ultimately a job offer. Hiring authorities want to find the reasons to Not hire you and not to make a mistake. The fear of making a mistake makes the hiring authority find out everything they can about a candidate. Do not take references for granted. This tutorial will teach you how to be prepared to provide the best references and when.
These days, the biggest “reference check” problems have to do with the permanent nature of the Internet and the intermingling of personal, social interaction, and business information that it encourages.
Supporters- Great Assets or Your Worst Nightmare
Although many are well-meaning, sometimes a supporter can be your worst nightmare. This session covers working with supporters and how best to manage this part of the process. In this tutorial you will learn how to have your supporters help you during this job search process.
There are many different types of recruiters. We will discuss the reasons you should or should not work with a recruiter. This course will help you understand what roles a recruiter can and can not do for you. And understanding the realtionships a recruiter has with an employer and also with you, the job searcher.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone looking for a job
- Job applicants needing help with supporters, recruiters and references
- Anyone actively involved in the job interview process
Tony Beshara is the owner and president of Babich & Associates, established in 1952 and is the oldest placement and recruitment service in Texas. It is consistently one of the top contingency placement firms in the DFW area, as recognized by the Dallas Ft. Worth Business Journal. He has been a professional recruiter since 1973 and has personally found jobs for more than 10,000 individuals. He sits behind a desk every day, working the phone literally seven hours of the twelve hours a day, making and receiving 200 calls a day. He is in the trenches on a day-to-day basis. Tony has personally interviewed more than 26,000 people on all professional levels and has worked with more than 23,000 hiring authorities. Babich and Associates has helped more than 100,000 people find jobs using Tony's process. Tony is one of the most successful placement and recruitment professionals in the United States. Tony received his Ph.D. in Higher Education from St. Louis University in 1973.
Tony has written four best selling books on how to find a job: The Job Search Solution, now in its second edition; Acing the Interview; Unbeatable Resumes; and Powerful Phrases for Successful Interviews. His fifth work, to be published in late summer of 2014, 100,000 Successful Hires, The Art, Science and Luck of Successful Hiring addresses the "other side" of the desk with advice to hiring authorities on the best hiring practices. Tony also hosts a daily radio show, "The Job Search Solution" on KVCE, 1160 AM in Dallas, every Monday thru Friday from 7:30am to 8:00am. Tony and his beautiful wife Chrissy have been married since 1969 and have four grown sons.